The Asian Pharmacometrics Network (APN) was established in September 2012. The APN’s objectives are to enhance and expand regional development and networking opportunities in pharmacometrics by holding annual symposiums outside Japan, China and Korea, and provide training opportunities to future pharmacometricians by holding educational workshops regularly.
The Global Bioequivalence Harmonization Initiative is intended to support the process of global harmonization via scientific discussion among international stakeholders. Therefore, a series of international conferences were founded by EUFEPS in collaboration with AAPS supported from the beginning by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) as well as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The Virtual Quantitative Systems Pharmacology Week is an hourly, weeklong free event featuring speakers and poster presentations from different sectors of the QSP field. QSP week aims to bring together the community for a scientific discussion, to brainstorm and share perspectives on the current and future of QSP.
The theme of ACoP13 is “Together Moving Mountains” to align with ISoP’s vision to promote and advance the discipline of Pharmacometrics and broaden its impact. It also embraces the pillars of the 5-year strategic plan: Scientific Expertise and Innovation, Influence, Education, Tools and Resources, and Internationalization, all of which are better done together. ACoP13 will feature a pre-conference on October 30 followed by the main conference which will leverage and build on our past experience both virtual and in-person and feature numerous exciting scientific sessions, poster presentations, awards, SIG events, dedicated activities for students and trainees, as well as ample networking opportunities.
ACS Meetings & Expositions are where chemistry professionals meet to share ideas and advance scientific and technical knowledge. By attracting thousands of chemical professionals, the meetings provide excellent opportunities for sharing your passion for chemistry, connecting with the world’s largest scientific society, and advancing your career in this ever-changing global economy.
Since 1987 PKUK, as a non-profit organization, has been responsible for arranging an annual meeting to serve as an open forum for discussing PKPD-related matters concerning research, development, application & usage, methodologies, conduct, practice & policy etc. The PKUK meetings are organized in the form of 4 half-day sessions and include plenary lectures and short oral presentations of scientific reports.
The Liver Meeting brings together clinicians, associates, and scientists from around the world to exchange information on the latest research, discuss new developments in liver treatment and transplantation, and network with leading experts in the field of hepatology.
American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists 2022 PharmSci 360 Annual Meeting. PharmSci 360 combines all the energy of a large scientific conference with the intimacy of a small niche meeting. It features six tracks, five of which are split equally between chemical and biomolecule drug programming.