30th September 2010, London, UK
Find out how the application of nanoscience and nanotechnologies to the delivery of drugs is being used to address a number of important clinical challenges!
The Institute of Nanotechnology is pleased to present a one-day short course “Nanotechnology for drug delivery” in association with Pharmidex. The course will provide an insight into how knowledge at the nanoscale and the application of nanotechnology is revolutionising the effective targeting of precise levels of drugs to treat a wide variety of diseases. The course will be invaluable to medical professionals, industry researchers, regulators and others interested in gaining knowledge of this rapidly developing area of nanomedicine. The course will cover, amongst other topics:
- drug delivery routes – challenges and possible solutions
- a review of the different types of novel nanoparticles and targeting systems being developed for the delivery of drugs
- novel multifunctional particles and systems
- theranostic approaches
- toxicology, risks and benefits
- regulatory aspects
Who Should Attend?
This course will be invaluable to clinicians from a broad range of disciplines, medical researchers, regulators, technology assessment and technology transfer professionals, industry researchers and other related professionals.
Thursday 30th September 2010 (10.00 – 16.30)
Northwick Park Hospital, London
Student: £100 + VAT
Clinician / Academic: £200 + VAT
Industry: £300 + VAT