PharmSci Press Release

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PharmSci 360 Presents Research from Across Drug Discovery Delivery Pipeline
Event Covers the Entire Continuum of Pharmaceutical Science

Arlington, VA—AAPS has released the program for the 2023 PharmSci 360 event taking place Oct. 22-25, in Orlando, FL, at the Orange County Convention Center.

Symposia, keynotes, speaker spotlights, panel discussions, Hot Topic presentations, and Rapid Fire talks examine current trends in the pharmaceutical sciences. Topics include AI and machine learning in drug development, continuous manufacturing, cell and gene therapies, patient centricity, and new approaches to tackle health disparities in research, among others.

Currently, early poster abstract titles are available in the PharmSci 360 program. Late-breaking poster abstracts will be added in the coming months.

Dr. Thomas Hartung of The Johns Hopkins University delivers the opening plenary on Sunday, Oct. 22, and Dr. Julie DeMartino, an independent consultant with more than three decades of experience in basic research and translational medicine, delivers the closing plenary on Wednesday, Oct. 25.

“The goal of PharmSci 360 is to bring scientists together to exchange insights. To this end, the Scientific Programming Committee has developed strong themes with the aim to provide attendees a ‘hear and discuss it first here’ experience,” AAPS 2023 PharmSci 360 Scientific Programming Committee Chair Otilia Koo, Ph.D., said. “Of particular importance is understanding how new research tools can be leveraged for more efficient drug discovery, and to accelerate discovery and development of new and improved medicines.”

The Solutions Center will house the poster forums as well as presentations on practical science that affects today’s labs and corporations every day, and more than 100 exhibitors. Exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities are still available, and more information can be found on the event website.

To learn more about this year’s PharmSci 360 and to register, visit


American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit association of more than 7,000 scientists and professionals employed in academia, industry, regulatory, and other research related to the pharmaceutical sciences worldwide. Its mission is to advance the capacity of pharmaceutical scientists to develop products and therapies that improve global health, which members pursue through four peer-reviewed journals and a variety of events in person and online.