CSPS Sponsors

 2014 Annual Conference
 June 10-13, 2014, Montreal 
"Promoting Today’s Ideas for Tomorrow’s Medicines:
Pharmaceutical Science to Regulatory Science"
 A joint conference of  
Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences (CSPS)
Canadian Chapter of the Controlled Release Society (CC-CRS)
Conference Venue:
2200 Mansfield Street
(corner of Mansfield and Sherbrooke Streets)
Montreal, QC
Conference Hotel
A block of rooms is reserved at a special rate of $179.00 plus taxes at:
Hotel Omni Mont-Royal
1050 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec H3A 2R6
Phone: 514-284-1110 

Special trainee event at Conference!

Mentoring Breakfast for Trainees - Friday, June 13

Meet with experienced scientists from industry and academia to discuss the world of work. This breakfast will give trainees (graduate students, undergraduates, and PDFs) an opportunity to openly discuss potential challenges related to future career transitions with professional mentors from academia and industry. Small-group roundtable discussions will focus on various topics.

Registration is required.  Add "Trainee Breakfast" to your registration form when completing your conference registration (cost included with your registration).

Abstracts in all areas of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences will be considered. Abstracts for both CSPS and CC-CRS can be submitted here; on the submission form you will choose to which society you are submitting your poster.
Deadline to submit abstracts:  Closed
Details and online abstract submission

Scientific Program Highlights
This year’s conference will focus on the cross-industry connections and innovative solutions needed to take the Pharma/Biotech industry in Canada to the next level. The conference will be useful for scientists who are working in small and large pharmaceutical / biotechnology industry and academia and dedicated to sharing ideas to improve the pharmaceutical/biotechnology research and development in Canada. 
Topics to be covered at the conference include: 
•  Early Discovery 
•  Latest Topics in Bioequivalence
• Successful Candidate Selection from Druggability to Regulatory
• Regulatory Considerations and Analysis of Subsequent Entry Biologics
• Nanomedicine 
•  Going Beyond Oral Delivery…Strategies to Enable Drugs to Reach New Targets
•  New Trends in Mass Spectrometry for Drug Discovery and Development
• Biomarkers in Pharmacotherapy and Drug Development 
•  Application of QbD and Lifecycle Management to Analytical Procedure 
•  Current Topics in Drug Safety
•  Recent Trends in Material and Biomaterial Research
Unparalleled networking including  an additional day that will be dedicated to an open forum for strategic alliances with Universities, spin-offs, start-ups, research institutions, innovators and funding agencies including venture capitalists.