CSPS Sponsors

2015 Annual CSPS/CC-CRS Conference
 May 26-28, 2015
Chelsea Hotel
33 Gerrard Street West, Toronto, ON
 
Drug Discovery and Development
in the Post-Genomic Era
 
General Conference Info Page 
  

POSTER PRESENTERS!
 
Check here for assigned day of your poster presentation
If your poster is not listed, please contact CSPS immediately. 
 

REGISTRATION 
NOTE: Online registration will close Sunday, May 24. After that, you may register on-site at the Chelsea Hotel starting Tuesday, May 26. 
 
Registration fees - Individual:
Members $650 / Non-members $800
Registration fees - Trainees (undergrad, grad students, PDFs)
Members $325 / Non-members $350  
 
REGISTER HERE
 

Our Conference Sponsors
Thank you for your support!
 
 

PROGRAM
  Rev: May 20
 
Sessions include:
  • The Future of Pharmaceutical Sciences (more info)
  • The Evolving Business of Pharmaceuticals
  • Analysis of Peptide and Protein Drug Targets by LC/MS/MS
  • Mucosal Drug Delivery
  • New Methodologies of Genome Wide Target Validation
  • Regulatory Updates and Developments
  • Antibody-based Therapeutics
  • Imaging in Drug Delivery
  • Nuclear Receptors in Drug Discovery
  • IV-IVC Modeling and Simulation as a Tool to Facilitate Drug Development and Marketing
  • Pharmacogenomics in Drug Development
  • Bioavailability of Novel Dosage Forms
 
ALSO:
 
Vaccine Innovation Conference - Tuesday, May 26, Chelsea Hotel (separate registration).
Topics for discussion include: a summary of vaccine research and development in Canada; bacterial vaccines; viral vaccines; formulations, delivery and bioprocessing; and strengths and gaps in the Canadian vaccine landscape.  
  


ACCOMMODATION
 
A block of rooms for conference attendees is available at the Chelsea Hotel at a rate of $159.00 CAD per night. All sessions, exhibits, and poster sessions will be held in the Chelsea Hotel. Please check with the hotel directly if they have space available.
 
 

Sponsors and Exhibitor Inquiries welcome!
 
Conference Sponsor Information and Form
 
Conference Exhibitor Information and Form