This is to inform that due to some circumstances beyond the organizer control, “9th Edition of Global Conference on Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery Systems” (PHARMACEUTICS 2023) Hybrid Event scheduled during June 12-13, 2023 | Rome, Italy has been postponed. The updated dates and venue will be displayed shortly.
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Any substrate employed in the drug delivery process that improves the selectivity, efficacy, and/or safety of drug administration is referred to as a drug carrier. Drug carriers are generally employed to regulate a drug's release into the bloodstream. Therapeutic drug carrier systems are designed technologies that allow medicinal drugs to be delivered with precision and/or controlled release. Many chronic diseases, including cancer, have a substantial impact on the treatment and potential cure of a range of drug carrier systems. Nasal and pulmonary routes of medication administration are becoming increasingly important in the treatment of human diseases. These methods, especially for peptide and protein therapies, offer intriguing alternatives to parenteral drug administration. This can be performed either by slow drug release over time (usually diffusion) or by triggering drug release at the drug's target by a stimulus, such as changes in pH, application of heat, or light activation.
Title : Manufacturing outlook on Cell and Gene and Aseptic Processing according the EU GMP
Richard Denk, SKAN AG, Switzerland
Title : Antimicrobial electrospun fibrous scaffolds and their potential application as skin drug delivery systems
Luis Jesus Villarreal Gomez, Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico
Title : Limiting factors in implementing pharmacovigilance principles in the elderly
Jasleen Nagi, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Title : Micellar Biomimetic Chromatography in studies of pesticides’ mobility in soil and bioconcentration in aquatic organisms – are pesticides’ bioconcentration factors, soil-water partition coefficients and human placenta permeability interrelated?
Anna Weronika Sobanska, Medical University of Lodz, Poland
Title : Digital health: Education in clinical pharmacy and implementation in practice
Aysu selcuk, Ankara University, Turkey
Title : The Role of Non-Antibiotic Drugs on the Development of Antibiotic Resistance
Mujde Eryilmaz, Ankara University, Turkey