"Personalized Medicine and
Individualized Drug Delivery"
June 11-14, 2013
UBC Pharmaceutical Sciences Building
A joint conference of:
Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences (CSPS)
Canadian Chapter - Controlled Release Society (CC-CRS)
The conference will concern all aspects of personalized medicine and its anticipated impact on the health system, along with parallel sessions focused on issues related to challenges for individualized products, biopharmaceutics, nanomedicines and gene delivery and protein drug delivery systems and devices.
NEW! Industry-Sponsored Workshops on Tuesday, June 11, will address the important questions and interests of the industrial sector in the rapidly emerging areas of personalized medicine and individualized drug delivery. The workshops will offer a forum where the perspective of pharmaceutical companies and biotechnology companies will be presented, and their scientific and/or technological advances in this area featured.
HEALTH ECONOMICS AND THE BEST OF CARE: Special Workshop on Friday, June 14, 2013, 1:00-4:30 PM
Separate registration is required to attend this session. There is no charge if you are attending only the "Health Economics" Workshop, but you must register.
This workshop is made possible through a generous educational grant support from Roche Canada.
Revised: 2013 June 7
Online Registration ends June 7
Poster Presentation Schedule
Posterboards are 4 feet by 8 feet.
Pushpins will be supplied for posters.
You have been assigned to either Poster Session 1 or Poster Session 2.
Plan to be at your poster for all your scheduled sessions.
Our block of rooms at the Walter Gage Residence on the UBC Campus is almost full. Room block can be held only until May 10. However, you can contact the Walter Gate Residence directly as there may be rooms available that are not in our block (tell them you are with the CSPS/CC-CRS Conference for booking.
Phone: Vancouver Area 604-822-1000; North America Toll Free 1-888-822-1030.
("Walter Gage" link includes map, driving & transit instructions to get there)
Opportunities at the Conference: