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Tuesday 20th November 2018
The pharmaceutical analysis research awards and careers symposium 2018
Royal Society of Chemistry, London
Based on the great success of the inaugural meeting, JPAG presents the second pharmaceutical analysis symposium for postgraduate students and early career stage scientists, including those in industry. This will provide the opportunity for delegates to showcase their work and network with peers, academics and industrial scientists through oral and poster presentations. There will be a £1,000 first prize and £250 second prize for the best oral presentations as well as £200 first prize and two runner-up prizes of £100 for the best posters. Authors who submit an abstract that is accepted for spresentation (oral or poster) will receive a complimentary registration.

The closing date for submission of abstracts has now passed. Watch for details of the 2019 event.

In addition, there will be a Networking and Careers Fair with the opportunity to meet with big industry pharma and other key contacts and take advantage of the great networking opportunities.

This could be the event to provide a step-change to your professional career. Perhaps your future employer will be here.

There will be a presentation from the Royal Society of Chemistry's Careers Specialists Julie Franklin and Sarah Salter on 'Job hunting in the pharmaceutical industry'. They will also conduct a 'CV Surgery' for RSC members; these are one-to-one discussions for members to find out how to present a good CV. So be sure to bring your CV along!

Professor Gino Martini, Professor of Pharmaceutical Innovation, King's College London
Professor Martini is Chief Scientist for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
Professor Martini trained in Community Pharmacy before becoming a registered practicing Industrial Pharmacist and a Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. Professor Martini divides his time between the Pharmaceutical /Med Tech Industry and King’s College London as a Visiting Professor in Pharmaceutical Innovation, after having held the Chair in Pharmaceutical Innovation at King’s for 5 years. Prior to that Professor Martini spent over 20 years working in Pharma at GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals, Roche Product Ltd and Shire Pharmaceuticals working in a variety of Commercial, Innovation and Medical Affairs roles, directing groups in the US, Europe and Emerging Markets.
Professor Martini has a MBA specializing in SME success and business failure awarded with Distinction from the University of Liverpool.
Professor Martini was the former Chair of the Industrial Pharmacists Group of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and Past President of the European Industrial Pharmacists Group and a Liveryman of the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries.
In 2016, Professor Martini was appointed a Fellow of the European Industrial Pharmacists Group.
Professor Martini will deliver the Keynote speech.

Julie Franklin, Royal Society of Chemistry
Julie is a Career Management Specialist with the Royal Society of Chemistry. She is a chemistry graduate herself, a member of the RSC and Chartered Chemist. Julie initiated the RSC Careers Service back in 1997 after working with Essex Careers Service in a science role from 1993 until 1997. She left the RSC in 2004 to pursue her own career in Senior Management and has worked as a Professional Development Consultant for the Institution of Engineering and Technology. Julie has returned to the job she always loved the best, working directly with RSC members to support their career development. Julie is currently based in Cambridge but travels extensively throughout the UK, running careers events and presentations for RSC members and chemistry students.

Sarah Salter, Royal Society of Chemistry
Sarah is the Careers Executive with the Royal Society of Chemistry. She supports the Career Specialists across a range of projects and services, reviewing CVs and writing careers information for members. Before joining the Career Management team in 2017, Sarah worked at Cambridge Judge Business School coordinating and supporting one-year MBA students in their career development across a wide range of industries. Before changing careers, Sarah worked in the publishing industry for 10 years at Cambridge University Press and the Royal Society of Chemistry in a number of editorial, project management and sales roles. She has a BAHons English from Anglia Ruskin University, enjoys travelling and helping individuals in their career development.

The day’s event will finish with a free wine reception and further networking opportunities.

This could be the event to provide a step-change to your professional career. Perhaps your future employer will be here.

Registration will open at 8:30am for a 9am start, and the day will end with a Careers and Networking wine reception starting at 6pm.

There are just a few free places available. These are strictly for students. Go to Register now and use the Access code NOV111

Prof Luigi Martini - Royal Pharmaceutical Society
Julie Franklin - Royal Society of Chemistry
Sarah Salter - Royal Society of Chemistry


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This is an opportunity to win a prize for your research work and meet your future employer all at the one event. It is a real chance to give your career a big lift to a new level.

Following the success in 2017 of the inaugural pharmaceutical analysis symposium for postgraduate/undergraduate students and early career stage scientists, JPAG announces the 2018 event. This will take place on Tuesday 20th November 2018 at the Royal Society of Chemistry, Piccadilly, in central London.

The symposium will provide the opportunity for delegates to showcase their work - either as an oral or poster presentation - and to network with peers, academics and industrial scientists. This is the time to showcase your work to a friendly, sympathetic audience. Presentations that have been given at another conference within the last 12 months are eligible. Free registration is available for all those whose abstracts are accepted.

The event will finish with a complimentary wine reception.

The Geoffrey Phillips Analytical Science Award *, with a bursary of up to £1,000, will be awarded for the best oral presentation, and there will a cash prize of £ 250 for the runner-up. There will also be a cash prize of £200 for the best poster presentation and two cash prizes of £100 each for the runners-up.

* The winner of the Geoffrey Phillips Award is presented with a bursary of up to £ 1000 to enable the recipient to attend a relevant major analytical scientific conference in the twelve months following the presentation of the Award. The bursary is to cover the conference registration fee, travel expenses, accommodation and meals. Full terms and conditions may be found here.

Early career stage scientists with less than 10 years postgraduate experience are eligible for all the prizes.

Abstracts for oral or poster presentation should relate to the analysis of drugs in all forms. This is interpreted very widely and includes:
• method development
• the novel use of techniques
• pharmaceuticals
• material science
• forensics and enforcement
• process chemistry
• therapeutic drug monitoring
• in silico prediction
• excipient characterisation
• formulation and development
• any other related drug topic

The closing date for submission of abstracts has now passed.

» More details, including how to submit an abstract, are found by clicking 'Abstracts' on the blue tabs above.

Networking and Careers Fair
There will be several opportunities to meet one-to-one with representatives of the major pharmaceutical companies and other organisations to discuss your possible career with them, as well as networking opportunities during the coffee and lunch breaks.

It is not necessary to submit an abstract to attend the Careers Fair.

There will be a presentation from the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Careers Specialists on 'Job hunting in the pharmaceutical industry'. They will also conduct a 'CV Surgery' for RSC members; these are one-to-one discussions for members to find out how to present a good CV. So be sure to bring your CV along!

This could be the event to provide a step-change to your professional career. Perhaps your future employer will be here.

Registration and concessions
Complimentary registration is available for all those whose abstracts are accepted.
» To register, click on the REGISTER NOW button below.

Student bursaries are also available and details can be found below:
» Information on travel bursaries can be downloaded here.

For others, the delegate fee is £35

The 2017 symposium
What did delegates say about their experience of the 2017 symposium?
• The symposium provided an opportunity to learn more about pharma and current developments.
• The careers fair was excellent and informative.
• The opportunities to speak to careers advisors were very useful.
• The company representative gave tailored advice and asked for a CV.

Companies and organisations attending the event were:
Almac, AstraZeneca, Envigo, GlaxoSmithKline, MHRA, Mylan and Pfizer

On Tuesday 28th November 2017, ninety delegates gathered at the Royal Society of Chemistry, London, for the Inaugural Pharmaceutical analysis postgraduate research awards & careers symposium. Over half of the delegates were students representing 13 different academic institutes from all corners of the UK: Bath, Greenwich (London), Hertfordshire, Imperial (London), Kings (London), Kingston (London), Liverpool John Moores, Manchester Metropolitan, Newcastle, Nottingham, Queens Belfast, UCL (London) and Wolverhampton. Also in attendance were academic staff from most of these universities and in addition staff from Oxford university were present.
Delegates were treated to two Keynote lectures, from Professor Trevor Jones CBE, whose topic was “Pharmaceutical innovation; change is NOT a choice” and Professor Melissa Hanna-Brown, Pfizer Global R&D who spoke on “Driving future acceleration in the molecule to medicine journey”.
The symposium provided the opportunity for early-career scientist to showcase their work, and to network with peers, academics and industrial scientists. Eight young scientists presented their work in podium presentations to a sympathetic audience, and there were 20 poster presentations for delegates to view. By general consensus these presentations were all of high quality.
In addition, the Careers fair, attended by personnel from the pharmaceutical industry and the regulatory agency, were available to provide advice to young scientist about career opportunities. In total 7 organisations: Almac, AstraZeneca, Envigo, GlaxoSmithKline, MHRA, Mylan global respiratory group and Pfizer provided staff to support this event and the general feedback was very complimentary. Students also thought that the careers fair provided unique opportunities for one-to-one discussion with potential employers and experienced individuals from the pharmaceutical i8ndustry and regulatory agency.
Prizes were awarded for the best oral presentations and for the best poster presentations at the symposium.
Professor Hanna-Brown presented Matthew C Hulme, Manchester Metropolitan University a certificate and a prize of £500 for the best podium presentation “Separation and identification of polyfluorinated regioisomers using 60 MHz benchtop NMR techniques”.
The Commended podium award of £200 was made to Daniel Baker, University of Hertfordshire, for his presentation on “SPME: ex vivo drug distribution in tissues and organs”.
The winner of the best poster award of £200 was James Gooch, Kings College London, for his presentation on ”Fluorogenic substrates for the detection of biological fluids and fingerprints”. Commended poster awards, each of £100, were made to Ms Rhamiya Mahedran, University of Hertfordshire, for a presentation on “Screening the biological activity of stilbene sulphonamide analogues” and to Miss Emmanouela Kampouraki, Newcastle University, for a presentation on “CYP4F2 genotype affects circulating plasma vitamin K concentration in children on chronic warfarin therapy”.


The closing date for submission of abstracts HAS NOW PASSED.

Abstracts submitted for oral or poster presentation should relate to the use of analytical measurements in the characterisation or quality control of active substances and drug products. These include:
• method development
• the novel use of techniques
• pharmaceuticals
• material science
• forensics and enforcement
• process chemistry
• therapeutic drug monitoring
• in silico prediction
• excipient characterisation
• formulation and development
• any other related drug topic

1. Abstracts should include the following: Abstract title, Authors and affiliations (with the presenting author underlined), Objectives or Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusions and References. The abstract, including references, should not exceed one page of 12-point text.
2. Abstracts must communicate a clear scientific message and contain quantitative or qualitative data. Abstracts which promote any product or service will not be accepted.
3. All necessary approvals must have been obtained, including those from industrial sponsors, where appropriate, prior to submission. Any research communicated that required ethical approval must state that approval has been obtained from the relevant local ethics committee.
4. To submit an abstract, click on the SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT button below and complete the details. This will generate an e-mail. Attach the abstract to the e-mail as a Word document attachment and send the e-mail. The abstract will be acknowledged upon receipt and will be reviewed for acceptance.
5. By submitting the abstract the author agrees that the abstract will be made available at the event, and also on the JPAG website.
The corresponding author will be notified of the outcome soon after the submission closing date.

» A sample abstract can be downloaded here.

Oral presentations
Presenters will be allowed 15 minute for the presentation and 5 minutes for questions.

Poster presentations
Posters should be prepared for presentation for display on a poster board 1800 mm high x 900 mm wide (portrait format) and preferably in A0 size. Posters must be clear and self-explanatory. Lettering must be readable at 2 metres (suggested minimum height of characters 8 mm, minimum line width 0.7 mm). Posters should be put up using Velcro (supplied) by 10.30 h on the day of the symposium and taken down by 17.00h. The presenter should be available at the poster board during the lunch and refreshment breaks.

Careers Fair and Networking
As well as the presentation and awards, the event will host a Careers Fair and give all delegates, postgraduate and undergraduate, the opportunity to meet with big industry pharma and other key contacts. This could be the event to give your career a lift to the next level and meet your future employer.

So, even if you do not have any work to present on this occasion, there will be great networking opportunities.

Delegates at the event will be given the opportunity to meet one-to-one with representatives from a number of companies to discuss potential career opportunities and to discuss your CV, so make sure you bring plenty of copies along!
There will also be a presentation from the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Careers Specialists on 'Job hunting in the pharmaceutical industry'. They will also conduct a 'CV Surgery' for RSC members which are one-to-one discussions for members to find out how to present a good CV.

Register for this event today.
» To register, click on the REGISTER NOW button below.

The Careers symposium, running alongside the Research Awards, is a great venue for representatives of your company to meet early career scientists who are looking for advice on how to progress their careers. You will have the opportunity to meet postgraduate students who are carrying out innovative research, of whom are planning their future careers and may be interested in your company.

If you are looking to appoint the best researchers for your company in the near future, this event could provide an excellent opportunity to meet some of the brightest early career scientists and learn about their research work. There will be opportunities for discussions in an informal environment, and to provide advice about career development in the pharmaceutical industry.

JPAG would like to invite your company to attend this symposium and gain the opportunity to meet with some of our brightest students, potentially high quality employees, and offer advice about career development. You will be able to send up to four delegates (subject to availability) who will be able to advise students on career opportunities.

The event is open to all students, some of whom will be presenting their research work and competing for awards. Delegates, postgraduate and undergraduate, will be able to meet informally with leading pharmaceutical and analytical equipment companies to discuss career opportunities in industry and receive advice on career progression.

Gaining access to potentially high quality recruits is important, so we hope that you will choose to attend.

If so then please register now:

Alternatively if you would prefer to discuss the event further then please send your enquiry by email to events@jpag.org

Also, if you have early-career scientists in your organisation who you think might qualify for entry for the award then please encourage them to submit an abstract.


Q. When will the event start and end?
A. Arrival and registration is at 08.30 and the Careers Fair starts at 09.00. Posters can be viewed from 09.30 and the symposium starts at 11.00 with a Keynote address.
The symposium ends at 17.50 with the announcement of prize winners followed by a wine reception and further opportunities to network.
The meeting closes at 18:30

Q. How will the Careers Forum work?
A. There will be a number of 'stations' staffed by careers advisors

Q. What is the timetable? Does it take place at the same time as the presentations at the symposium?
A. The Careers session will take place between the plenary and oral sessions, so you will not have to miss these sessions to attend

Q. How long do I have with each person?
A. We expect you to have 10 minutes with each careers advisor

Q. Do I need to bring copies of my CV?
A. We recommend that you do so

Q. What is expected of me before I am interviewed?
A. Prepare a few questions for the careers advisor in advance; be prepared to give a short statement of your particular skills

Q. How many and which organisations will be present?
A. These details will appear in advance on the JPAG website. Last year we had the following companies: Almac, AstraZeneca, Envigo, GlaxoSmithKline, MHRA, Mylan and Pfizer

Q. How many career interviews can I have?
A. Depending on demand, you should have the opportunity to meet up to five Careers Advisors

Q. Are there any relevant web sites of the organisation concerned that I can look at before I come?
A. Please watch for details on the website

Q. If I can't meet them on the day, how can I get in contact with them after the event?
A. Please watch for details on the website

Q. Will I be offered a job?
A. There is no guarantee that you will receive a job offer. Before finishing the discussion with the careers advisor, be sure you understand what the arrangements are for any follow-up contact

Q. Can I claim free registration?
A. Free registration is available to all those whose abstracts are accepted; prior registration on-line is required

Q. Can I claim a travel bursary?
A. Travel bursaries are available for all those who are giving an oral presentation or presenting a poster, based on a submitted abstract; some additional travel bursaries may be available and will be awarded in the order of receipt of registrations

Q. I wish to submit an abstract; how do I do this?
A. Click on this link to submit an abstract


Q. As a Careers Advisor, how do I register my interest in the Careers Forum and who can I meet?
A. See the information on the 'Careers Advisors' tab. Then register here.

For any other questions, please contact us at events@jpag.org

If you plan to attend this event as a DELEGATE...
Delegate : £ 35.00

There are 20 places remaining, and if you use the following access code, you can get a 100% discount and attend for FREE...
Select Delegate and apply the discount code NOV111


The Almac Group is a family of six business units: Almac Clinical Services, Almac Clinical Technologies, Almac Diagnostics, Almac Discovery, Almac Pharma Services and Almac Sciences. An award winning organisation and employer headquartered in Craigavon we also have additional facilities across the UK, the USA, Singapore and Japan.
Everything we do supports our core vision: to be the leader in the generation of superior solutions for the advancement of human health. We do this through our four core values: outstanding quality, superlative customer focus, exceptional innovation and inspirational people.
Working at Almac is exciting, sometimes challenging but always rewarding. Over a period of sustained global growth spanning in excess of 45 years, the diligence and dedication of our 3700 strong family have made our company the success that it is today - Together we make an invaluable difference to the health of countless patients all over the world... and this is just the beginning.

Almac Sciences is currently looking for Analytical Chemists to join our rapidly expanding Analytical group in Craigavon, Northern Ireland. We have several opportunities in our Analytical Development Group (supporting API method development and validation), Quality Control (analytical testing for release of API materials) and Analytical Services (providing stability and release for clinical materials).
We prefer candidates with experience of working in a GMP pharmaceutical analysis laboratory, and with analytical experience using HPLC and GC. Please stop by our stand for a discussion with one of our company representatives.

Start a career that will help improve life for millions. Take on real responsibility in a supportive, dynamic environment that's fueled by innovation. Work with brilliant minds to solve important problems.
We are an innovation-driven, global, biopharmaceutical company with a vision to save lives through innovative science, collaboration and exceptional service delivery.

There are many career paths and programmes available to you, whatever your level of study, in locations across the globe. Begin channelling your passion with us.

For undergraduates we have a number Summer and Industrial placements available.

For graduates we run several graduate programs including the following areas: Pharmaceutical Technology & Development Programme (UK and Sweden)
Operations Global Graduate Associates Programme (Global)
IMED Early Phase Drug Discovery Graduate Programme (UK, U.S. and Sweden)

We also run a PostDoc programme within AstraZeneca.

In addition we have many permanent positions available across a wide range of disciplines.

More information on all our programmes and permanent positions can be found on our company website careers and recruitment pages

Envigo provides essential products and research services for pharmaceutical, crop protection, and chemical companies as well as universities, governments, and other research organizations. Our company is founded on the principle that research partnerships depend on unmatched expertise, unwavering dedication to customer service and shared goals, Envigo is committed to helping customers realize the full potential of their products and research which contribute to enhancing the lives of people and animals as well as protecting the environment.
With over 3,800 employees across 50+ locations worldwide, Envigo provides comprehensive scientific expertise and a full service offering in non-clinical research and development, research models and services, regulatory consulting, and analytical support to our customers. Envigo is a privately held global company with corporate headquarters in New Jersey.

GlaxoSmithKline is a global healthcare company who take on some of the world's biggest healthcare challenges.
By delivering a sustainable business, we provide health benefits to patients and consumers, improved shareholder returns as well as supporting wider society.
GSK employ thousands of scientists in many different areas, from China to the USA, India to the UK. Every role is different – but our research teams are united by one thing: a dedication to help patients and consumers.

There are not many jobs where your day-to-day work could directly lead to an outcome that product that will improve the lives of others. At GSK, that is our aim and it means there's a real sense of purpose in R&D. We innovate and apply the latest knowledge and thinking to our work. Our culture is entrepreneurial.
We're constantly learning about emerging areas of science. We focus on the best science and generate clear plans to find out if that science can lead to new treatments. Our people are given opportunities to learn by taking on new scientific projects, jobs or experiences and working with experts in their fields.
We give our scientists responsibility, and their achievements are recognised and rewarded.
So if you want to make a difference to society and grow your career in the most innovative and exciting area of science, now's the time to join us.

Hays Life Sciences is a leading global pharmaceutical, medical technology and biotech staffing business that provides mid to upper level staff involved in drug discovery, R+D, clinical development, post-approval services and commercial activities.

Our client portfolio spans the world's leading life sciences companies in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, generics, CRO and medical device industries. These organisations have come to depend on our professional service, innovative solutions and global reach.

With 28 offices around the world and over 350 people working through Hays Life Sciences and a global database of pharmaceutical professionals, we will successfully search and place thousands of pharmaceutical, medical technology and biotech professionals this year. Hays Life Sciences provide the staff that help maximise returns on R&D investments and accelerate the delivery of safe and effective health products to patients, improving the lives of many.

We are delighted to be attending the JPAG second annual pharmaceutical analysis research awards and careers fair. If you are an undergraduate, postgraduate, or early career scientist, and are looking for a new opportunity, then come and find our stall for some industry leading advice.

Inspiring Science, Enhancing Life
Johnson Matthey, a FTSE 100 company, is a global leader in sustainable technologies. With operations in over 30 countries, we employ more than 13,000 people. Today, more than 93% of the group's sales come from products and services which provide sustainability benefits through the positive impact they have on the environment, resource efficiency and human health. In particular, the need for affordable and increasing personalised health care is on the rise. Our Health Sector creates complex solutions to improve the efficiency of products and speed up the route to market, getting more effective treatments to the consumer faster.

We need talented individuals to help shape and lead us into our next century. Johnson Matthey has exciting opportunities to join the Pharmorphix® Solid Form Group of the Health Division, as Solid Form Scientist or Senior Scientist (dependent on experience) as we continue to grow the team. Operating from a state-of-the-art facility in Cambridge, UK, we are world leaders in Solid State Science and Crystallisation Development. Our services include solid-form and physicochemical profiling, salt/polymorph and cocrystal screening and selection, and scale up of forms.

We run a Graduate Programme in the UK. The Programme will help you fulfil your ambition for rapid professional progression and future leadership roles in three streams; Commercial, Operations & Science.

There are additional job openings in the wider Johnson Matthey, do not hesitate to ask us or search our Careers website for more information.

Pfizer Ltd is a major, multinational pharmaceutical business, with a full spectrum of commercial, marketing and R&D activities in the UK and Europe. We will be representing the R&D activities, which are predominantly based in Sandwich, Kent, although we have other facilities in central London and Cambridge. Over 700 people work for and with Pfizer at Sandwich; a significant fraction of those are engaged in the development of manufacturing processes, and the analytical chemistry that underpins such activities. We regularly recruit analytical chemists at postgraduate level to join teams developing novel small molecule drug products that can be evaluated in clinical trials. We are interested to talk with scientists with a passion for lab-work, have great skills in chromatographic and spectroscopic techniques, who are knowledgeable about data management and data modelling, and enjoy working in fast-paced teams.

Pharmaron is a premier R&D service company supporting the life science industry. Founded in 2003, Pharmaron has invested in its people and facilities having established diverse drug R&D service capabilities, ranging from synthetic, medicinal and analytical chemistry, biology, DMPK, pharmacology, drug safety assessment, radiochemistry and isotopically labelled metabolism, chemical & pharmaceutical development to clinical development, including applications of 14C microtracer AMS technology. With operations in China, US and UK staffed by over 5,000 employees, Pharmaron has an excellent track record in the delivery of R&D solutions to its partners in North America, Europe, Japan and China.

Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire. The Hoddesdon site has state-of-the-art Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) standard facilities for the development of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API), formulation development and process chemistry.

The Hoddesdon site is currently undergoing a period of major growth and expansion, as a result we are looking for experienced Scientists in Analytical Chemistry. People interested in joining Pharmaron should send their CVs and covering letter to hrinbox@pharmaron-uk.com

The Royal Society of Chemistry, as the UK's professional body for chemical scientists with a worldwide community, provide you with relevant networking opportunities, support you as an individual throughout your career through our services and membership benefits, and support your organisation through our tailored initiatives.


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