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Workshop Summary

The 9th annual AAPS Joint Workshop on Drug Transporters in ADME: From the Bench to the Bedside highlights the next generation of transporters and transport mechanisms that may contribute to ADME properties in disease, drug discovery and development.

Attendees of this state-of-the-art event will:

  • Understand contributions of heteromeric transporters (ABCG5/G8, ABCD2, OSTα/β) to biliary excretion of cholesterol and disease states
  • Explore intracellular mechanisms of lysosomal sequestration, large molecule transport (antibody, siRNA, antisense RNA)
  • Analyze current trends in transporter imaging, 3D culture models, and
  • Discuss in silico approaches to predicting transporter substrate and inhibitor activity

In addition, thought leaders from the International Transporter Consortium (ITC) will discuss implications of recent white papers and the FDA and EMA regulatory agencies will present their perspectives on the newly separated in-vitro and in-vivo transporter guidance.

Featured Speaker

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Our keynote speaker, Professor Per Artursson , is an AAPS Fellow and the head of the Drug Delivery research team in the Dosage Form Design at the Department of Pharmacy, Uppsala University, Sweden. With over 200 publications, Professor Artursson is one of the worlds most cited pharmaceutical scientists.

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Abstracts & Posters
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Call For Papers

Important Dates
Note that all dates are subject to change.

January 15, 2018 Abstract Collection Begins
March 1, 2018 DEADLINE: No Submissions after Midnight ET
March 16, 2018 Notification: Accept/Reject/Poster Schedule to Authors
March 26,2018 DEADLINE: Presenting Author Registration

Exhibitors and Sponsors

We welcome exhibiting partners and sponsors to engage with us and support this workshop! 

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Contact Information:

Sales

Kate Hawley

 HawleyK@aaps.org

 +1.703.248.4785

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Registration Information

Registration Type Early Registration
(November 15-March 26, 2018)
On-Site Registration
(March 27-On-site)
Member $1,295 $1,495
NonMember $1,695 $1,825
Academic/Government  $580 $675
Student $215 $240

Registration Fee Includes:

    • Full participation in the workshop, including access to posters & exhibits
    • Lunch on Monday and Tuesday
    • Morning and afternoon beverage breaks

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Cancellations

Cancellations must be submitted to AAPS in writing by April 2, 2018 and faxed to +1.703. 243.5582 or sent via email to registration@aaps.org.

Cancellation requests received by this date will be refunded less a $250 administrative fee for members and non-members, and $30 for student registrants. Refunds will not be issued for requests received after April 2, 2018. All approved refunds will be issued after May 2, 2018.

Substitutions

Registrant substitutions from the same company may be submitted in writing at any time without penalty. If the membership status of the substitute differs from that of the original registrant, a refund or additional charge may apply. Send substitution requests to registration@aaps.org or fax to +1.703.243.5582.

Last updated: February 16, 2018

Housing

Hyatt Regency Dulles

2300 Dulles Corner Boulevard

Herndon, Virginia 20171

Special group rate of $165/night is available until March 25, 2018.


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You may also phone the hotel directly at 1.888.421.1442
(group name: American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists).


Driving & Parking Information

Featured hotel amenities

  • Complimentary parking
  • Complimentary wifi
  • Complimentary shuttle to/from Dulles Airport & Reston Town Center
  • Indoor pool

Location

Approximate distances:

  • 5 miles - IAD  (Washington Dulles International Airport)  
  • 6 miles - Wiehle-Reston East Metro station
  • 26 miles - Washington, DC               
  • 27 miles - DCA (Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport)
  • 56 miles - BWI (Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport)

Program Committee

Steven Louie, Ph.D.
Amgen Inc.

Bjoern Bauer, Ph.D,,
University of Kentucky

Patrick Ronaldson, Ph.D.,
University of Arizona