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SELECTBIO Conferences Formulation and Solubility

Formulation and Solubility

Date: Tuesday, 13 March 2012 - Wednesday, 14 March 2012
Location: Munich, Germany

Keynote Speakers

Jennifer Laurence

Jennifer Laurence
Associate Professor, University of Kansas


Welcome to the Formulation & Solubility track of the Discovery Chemistry Congress and exhibition. This year's event will be held in Munich, Germany.

Other conference tracks at this event include Fragment-Based Lead Discovery, Structural & Computational Chemistry and Chemistry Outsourcing. Registered delegates will have access to all four meetings ensuring a very cost-effective trip.

Agenda Topics

  • Formulation strategies
  • Identifying ways of improving drug solubility
  • Modifying solubility of drug compounds
  • Optimisation of bioavailability through formulation
  • Pre-formulation studies
  • Toxicology studies of enhanced solubility compounds

Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities

Exhibition Team,
+44 (0) 1206 501654

Confirmed Speakers to date

Jamshed Anwar, Professor, University of Bradford
Paolo Avalle, Senior Research Chemist, Merck
John Comer, Chief Scientific Officer, Sirius Analytical Instruments
Nikoletta Fotaki, Lecturer, University of Bath
Rene Holm, Head, H Lundbeck A S
M Kumar, Professor, University of Strathclyde
Lennart Lindfors, Principle Scientist/Adjunct Professor, AstraZeneca/University of Gothenberg
Robert Luxenhofer, Professor, Technische Universitat Dresden
Rosie McLaughlin, Technical Director, Catalent Pharma Solutions
Afzal Mohammed, Senior Lecturer, Aston University
Randall Mrsny, Professor, University of Bath
Zoltan Nagy, Professor, University of Loughborough
Christian Schoneich, Professor, University of Kansas
Sven Stegemann, Director, Capsugel
Teofilo Vasconcelos, Researcher/Formulation Scientist, Laboratorios BIAL
Alan Wilson, Vice President, Lexicon Pharmaceuticals

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