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AAPS Launches Summer Scientific Forum, July 10-13, in Minneapolis
Arlington, VA—Scientists and members of AAPS are excited for the launch of the association’s new Summer Scientific Forum this July.
This meeting features two tracks dedicated to technical developments in bioanalysis and pharmaceutical analysis. Within these tracks, sessions cover biomarkers, microsampling, continuous manufacturing, the “Lab of the Future,” and clinically relevant specifications, among other current topics. Discussions will cover a wide range of therapeutic modalities, including quickly growing cell and gene therapeutics.
In addition to presentations, the Forum also includes Rapid Fire presentations (ten-minute talks followed by three minutes of Q&A). Industry leaders BioAgilytix, Prolytix, Veloxity Labs, Q2 Solutions, and Gyros Protein Technologies will also deliver sessions designed to help scientists with day-to-day challenges.
The Forum concludes with a session highlighting readouts from session moderators.
“I have been honored to lead the development of this new event,” AAPS 2023 Summer Scientific Forum Scientific Programming Committee Chair Boris Gorovits, Ph.D., said. “My committee has built an important addition to AAPS’ well-known calendar of events that will bring exciting research to the scientific community.
“The Summer Scientific Forum is an opportunity for scientists to gather and discuss the latest developments and challenges in bioanalysis and pharmaceutical analysis. Regulatory experts will also be on-hand to provide their insights.”
The Summer Scientific Forum takes place July 10-13 in Minneapolis at the Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot. For more information and to register, visit www.aaps.org/ssf.
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. www.aaps.org