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17th Symposium on Pharmacokinetics and Drug Metabolism

The overall aim of the symposium series is to highlight hot topics within the field of Pharmacokinetics, Drug Metabolism, Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics, ADME, and Clinical Pharmacology.

The 17th symposium will focus on five key areas within this field that have seen advancement within the last few years.

Session 1: Biotransformation and impact of drug metabolites
Session 2: Drug transporter considerations across drug modalities
Session 3: Pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic considerations in rare disease and special populations
Session 4: Bridging strategies for drug-device products
Session 5: Pharmacokinetics-Pharmacodynamics of drug combination therapies

Additionally, there will be a focus on students, a poster session and the traditional Candlelight Lecture*. Therefore, the scope is broad, but still framed within the aforementioned DMPK field.

Welcome to register to the Symposium, previously known as the Rosenön meeting!

Preliminary Agenda with confirmed speakers

 

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Call for posters

Contributions from the whole field of Pharmacokinetics and Drug Metabolism, ADME, Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics, Modelling&Simulation, Pharmacometrics, and Clinical Pharmacology are invited. Poster abstract submissions should be sent to info@lakemedelsakademin.se by the closing date of September 13.

Abstract instructions
Poster instructions

Schedule and venue

The meeting will start at lunch on the 12th of November, with dinner and a social gathering in the evening and end on the 13th of November. The venue will be at the AstraZeneca site in Mölndal.

Partnership possibilities

Gold sponsor
Fee: SEK 25.000 excl VAT

Benefits
• Exhibition stand with space for one roll-up
• 1 free registration

Exposure
• Special thanks in the opening speech
• Acknowledgement and website link with logo on symposium website
• Acknowledgement in final program

Silver sponsor
Fee: SEK 15.000 excl VAT

Exposure
• Special thanks in the opening speech
• Acknowledgement and website link with logo on symposium website
• Acknowledgement in final program

For questions and registration please send an email to jeanette.jansson@lakemedelsakademin.se

Participation fee and scholarship opportunities

Registration fee: 4.000 SEK

There is an excellent opportunity for PhD students and  PhD degree holders to get registration fee and travel costs covered by Apotekarsocieteten scholarship. More information here.

From September 30 an additional SEK 1000 will be added to the fee.

Included in the registration fee: lunch, coffee and dinner on November 12 and coffee and lunch on November 13.

All prices are excl. VAT

Accommodation

Quality Hotel The Weaver
Address: Göteborgsvägen 91, 431 37 Mölndal.
Phone: +46 31 304 80 58
https://www.strawberry.se

SEK 1 597 per person and night for a standard single room, breakfast buffet and VAT are included.

For reservation contact q.weaver@strawberry.se and use booking number 2144GR008342. Make your reservation latest on October 13. All delegates will make their own hotel reservation.

Organizing Committee

Johanna Haglund, MetaSafe
Suzanne Iverson Hemberg, Toxicology Knowledge Team Sweden
Rasmus Jansson Löfmark, AstraZeneca

Contact

For further questions please contact info@lakemedelsakademin.se.

* The Candlelight Lecture

The Candlelight Lecture is a tradition of the PK-Metabolism Section of the Swedish Pharmaceutical Society. The original Candlelight Lecture wasn’t named that at all, instead it was the Keynote Lecture of that symposium in the late 1990s (then called the Rosenön Meeting due to the recuring location of the meeting on an island in the Swedish archipelago). There was a treacherous snowstorm and, at about the time that the keynote lecture was supposed to start, the power on the island went out. To continue with the lecture, the conference moved to the cafeteria where candles were lit and flashlights were in hand and the lecture was delivered completely analogue, by Prof. Philippe Beaune. Ever since, there has been a so-called Candlelight Lecture where an important contributor to the field of PK and Drug Metabolism has been invited to present their career highlights supported by candlelight, pens and a whiteboard.

 

 

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