Optimising drug delivery and formulation

October 12, 2005

Brussels, 11 Oct 2005

A conference entitled 'Evaluation of drug delivery systems: issues and perspectives' will take place in Versailles, France, from 20 to 23 November.

Organised by the European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences (EUFEPS), the conference will provide a discussion forum for scientists from the pharmaceutical industry, regulatory agencies and academic institutions.

The event will focus on the tools that can be employed to better characterise and evaluate the different drug delivery systems at all stages of their creation, from the first concepts in designing the delivery systems, to the assessment of the formulation progress and the testing of the final medicine.

For further information, please visit:
http:///www.eufeps.org/document/con_versa illes_nov05.html

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities
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