Transdermal and Intradermal Drug Delivery Systems, 2015



The growing interest in alternative routes of drug administration has experts predicting that the market for transdermal and intradermal drug delivery systems will exceed $30 billion in 2015. That’s why you cannot afford to miss this two-day intensive conference. Pharma Ed brings together leading researchers in the field to share the most recent advances in the design, formulation, and delivery of skin-mediated therapies and vaccines.

Over 15 Featured Speakers, Including:

  • Thean Yeoh, Assoc. Research Fellow, Pfizer
  • Mikolaj Milewski, Sr. Scientist, Merck
  • Ajay Banga, Professor, Mercer Univ.
  • Narasimha Murthy, Assoc. Prof., Ole Miss
  • Susan Ciotti, Dir. Of Formulations, NanoBio
  • Audra Stinchcomb, CSO, F6 Pharma
  • Bobby Singh, Chief Technology Officer, Corium
  • Thakur R.R. Singh, Professor, Queens Univ.

With Comprehensive Coverage on:

  • Key Formulation Considerations for Skin-Mediated Therapies and Vaccines
  • Latest Advances in Microneedle Patches for Self-Administered Vaccinations
  • Optimizing TDD & IDD for Efficacious Delivery and Patient Compliance
  • Understanding Regulatory Requirements for Product Quality and Performance Testing, Including the New Proposed Changes to USP General Chapter <3>
  • Novel TD Patch Designs and Technologies
  • Enhancement Techniques for Drug Delivery and Efficacy
  • Designing the Future: Dissolvable Polymeric Microneedle Arrays
  • Overcoming Barriers to Large Molecule Delivery and Expanding the Range of Compounds for Use in TDD & IDD
  • Lowering Production Costs for TDD & IDD Therapies and Vaccines
  • Mechanisms of Dermal and Transdermal Absorption of Drugs
  • Development of a Novel Antimicrobial Nanoemulsion Therapy
  • Disposal of Transdermal Patches Containing Abuse Potential Drugs
  • Case Study: Phase Two Study of Transdermal Patch Delivering Abaloparatide for Treatment of Osteoporosis
  • And more!
File Type

MP4, Slide Deck


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