Transdermal and Intradermal Drug Delivery Systems, 2018



Advanced Design, Development, and Delivery of Skin-Mediated Therapies and Vaccines

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 by 2020. The industry is on the threshold of bringing into commercial production a new generation of transformative TDD and IDD therapies and delivery systems. That is 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 16 Featured Speakers, Including:

  • Conor O’Mahony, Tyndall National Institute
  • Lisa Dick, 3M
  • Harvinder Gill, Texas Tech
  • Yasmine Gomaa, Georgia Tech
  • Ajay Banga, Mercer University
  • Narasimha Murthy, Ole Miss
  • Jon Lenn, MedPharm, Inc.
  • Soo Hyeon Shin, FDA

With Comprehensive Coverage on:

  • Product Development and Quality Control Expectations with Respect to Transdermal and Topical Systems
  • Key Formulation Considerations for Skin-Mediated Therapies and Vaccines
  • Latest Advances in Microneedle Technology for Biologics
  • Semisolids to Patches to Delivery Technologies: Unique IVPT Challenges As We Adapt the Franz Cell
  • Novel TD Patch Designs and Technologies
  • Heat Effects and IVIVC in Transdermal and Topical Drug Delivery
  • In Vitro Permeation Testing of Dermal Products
  • Understanding Regulatory Issues & Requirements for TDD & IDD Systems
  • Overcoming Barriers to Large Molecule Delivery and Expanding the Range of Compounds for Use in TDD & IDD
  • Scale-Up to Manufacture of TDDS and IDDS
  • Risk-Based Strategies for TDD & IDD System Design
  • Mechanisms of Dermal and Transdermal Absorption of Drugs
  • In Vitro Release Studies for TDD & IDD
File Type

MP4, Slide Deck


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