AAPS PharmSci 360 - What is it?
Advancing Pharmaceutical Sciences
Next year, AAPS will offer a dynamic new format for members to meet and greet: AAPS PharmSci 360. The meeting is designed to raise potential for greater collaboration between small molecule and biologics-focused scientists, to provide conference attendees a meaningful and engaging learning experience, to focus on new research and accomplish business objectives, and highlight the main attribute of the AAPS community: cross-discipline learning experiences on contemporary “hot topics.”
The scientific program will be grouped into five topics:
• Preclinical Development
• Clinical Pharmacology
• Manufacturing & Bioprocessing
• Formulation and Quality
Within each topic, the program will offer parallel tracks covering the chemical entity and biomolecule areas, each offering scientific depth via numerous seminars, keynote talks, and rapid-fire presentations.
In addition, each year two new hot topics will be addressed: one chemical entity critical topic and one a biomolecular critical topic. Each of those topics will be woven into the tracks, and attendees will be able to follow the topic from end to end through the different disciplines, if they wish to gain breadth in that area.