Abstract and Bursary deadlines 31-Jan-2017: Big Data & the Development of New Medicines


ITMAT in Edinburgh

Big Data & the Development of New Medicines

Friday 17 March 2017, Edinburgh, UK

 

Registration and abstract submission are open for the Institute for Translational Medicine & Therapeutics (ITMAT) in Edinburgh Meeting, which will be held on ‘Big Data & the Development of New Medicines’ on Friday 17 March 2017 at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh conference centre.

The one-day programme will bring together a faculty of internationally-recognised speakers, thanks to support from the British Pharmacological Society and the Royal Society of Edinburgh. The organisers look forward to welcoming both early and established researchers, from across science and medicine.

Meeting organisers

  • Dr Neeraj Dhaun, British Heart Foundation Intermediate Clinical Research Fellow, University of Edinburgh, UK
  • Professor Garret FitzGerald, Professor of Medicine & Systems Pharmacology & Translational Therapeutics and Director, ITMAT, University of Pennsylvania, USA
  • Professor Sir John Savill, Chief Executive, Medical Research Council, UK and Professor of Experimental Medicine, Vice Principal and Head of College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine, University of Edinburgh, UK
  • Professor David Webb, President, British Pharmacological Society and Christison Professor of Therapeutics & Clinical Pharmacology, University of Edinburgh, UK

Further information about registration and the programme is available www.bps.ac.uk/ITMAT.

Registration fees 

Register online.

Abstract submission deadline: 31 January 

Full details about how to submit your research before the deadline are available online.

Bursary application deadline: 31 January

Applications are welcome from members of the British Pharmacological Society who have submitted research for presentation at the ITMAT Meeting. Further details about the application process and criteria are available online (member sign in required).

About ITMAT 

This is the first time that the ITMAT Meeting has been held in Europe: ITMAT is directed by Professor Garret FitzGerald HonFBPhS and based at the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, and was the first institute for translational medicine in the world. It supports work at the interface of basic and clinical research, focusing on developing new and safer medicines.

Please do not hesitate to contact the Society’s Meetings Team (meetings@bps.ac.uk / +44 (0)20 7239 0183) if you have any questions.

Best wishes,

David Webb MD DSc FRSE FMedSci PBPhS
President, British Pharmacological Society

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Big Data & the Development of New Medicines


ITMAT in Edinburgh

Big Data & the Development of New Medicines

Friday 17 March 2017, Edinburgh, UK

Registration has begun for the Institute for Translational Medicine & Therapeutics (ITMAT) in Edinburgh Meeting, which will be held on the theme of ‘Big Data & the Development of New Medicines’ on Friday 17 March 2017 at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh conference centre.

The organisers look forward to welcoming attendees from the UK and Europe, both early and established researchers, from across science and medicine. Book your place for what promises to be an exciting and engaging meeting.

This is the first time that the ITMAT Meeting has been held in Europe: ITMAT is directed by Dr Garret FitzGerald and based at the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, and was the first institute for translational medicine in the world. It supports work at the interface of basic and clinical research, focusing on developing new and safer medicines.

The one-day programme will bring together a faculty of internationally-recognised speakers, thanks to support from the British Pharmacological Society and the Royal Society of Edinburgh.

Dates for your diary

Abstract submission deadline: 20 January 2017

British Pharmacological Society member bursary deadline: 20 January 2017

Registration deadline: 10 March 2017

Further information about registration and the programme is available www.bps.ac.uk/ITMAT. In addition, you are welcome to contact the Society’s Meetings Team (meetings@bps.ac.uk / +44 (0)20 7239 0176) if you have any questions.

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Exploratory Medicines Development: Innovation And Risk Management, London, May 2017 – registration open

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Registration for the EUFEMED 2017 conference – Exploratory Medicines Development: Innovation And Risk Management has now opened.

Members of AHPPI get substantial savings on the non-member prices ranging from £37 (early-bird workshop only) to £103.20 (early-bird workshop and conference) when including VAT.

  • Pre-conference workshop, 17 May – link
  • Conference programme – link
  • Registration page – link

The pre-conference workshop will be followed by a welcome reception and opportunity to register for the conference itself, even if you don’t attend the workshop.

The conference dinner will be at the Museum of London.

A sponsorship and exhibitor pack will be available soon.

Hope to meet you there!

The AHPPI Committee.

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EUFEMED Clinical Pharmacology Conference, London, May 2017 – Web site goes live!

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Letter from the President:

Dear Colleague,

On behalf of the Organising and Scientific Committees it is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 1st conference of the European Federation for Exploratory Medicines Development (EUFEMED), to be held from May 18 – 19, 2017 in London, United Kingdom.

This conference is the result of a continued joint effort of the founding associations of EUFEMED: BAPU (Belgium), Club Phase 1 (France), AGAH (Germany) and AHPPI (United Kingdom). Indeed, after organising successful joint meetings in Berlin (2011), Nice (2013) and Brussels (2015) we are proud to present to you this exciting scientific program.

Following the tradition of previous conferences, this 2-day meeting provides an excellent opportunity to hear about recent advances in early clinical drug development. To that end a mixture is offered of focused scientific sessions, interactive workshops and open forum panel discussions. Being aware of the importance of safety in exploratory medicines development, the focus of the 2017 meeting is on innovation and risk management in early phase clinical trials.

A 1-day preconference workshop takes place on 17 May and is dedicated to practical aspects of assessing and mitigating risk in early clinical drug development.

It is our intention to offer a stimulating scientific atmosphere in which you can meet old colleagues and make new friends, inspired by the lively city of London.

We welcome you to EUFEMED 2017!

Conference Website

 

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Revising the guideline on first-in-human clinical trials

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The EMA yesterday published a guideline:

Draft guideline on strategies to identify and mitigate risks for first-in-human and early clinical trials with investigational medicinal products

The document can be found here.

The consultation period ends 28-Feb-2017.

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Exploratory medicines development – Innovation and risk management

First EUFEMED Conference

Joint Meeting of European Human Pharmacological Societies
Wednesday 17 May – Friday 19 May, 2017, London/UK


Assessment and mitigation of risk are most challenging in exploratory drug development when a promising new compound is to be characterised in early phase clinical trials.

  • How can we make best use of the results from nonclinical studies to better predict the risk in healthy subjects and volunteer patients?
  • How can combined protocols safely and successfully include healthy volunteers and patients in one trial?
  • Can assessment of target engagement via PD markers help to minimise risk in early development?
  • Is physiology-based PK useful to mitigate risk?
  • How do risks differ between biologicals and small molecules?

These and related topics will be addressed by the first conference of the European Federation for Exploratory Medicines Development (EUFEMED) focusing on

Exploratory medicines development – Innovation and risk management

In the tradition of previous Joint Meetings, AHPPI, the AGAH (Germany), Club Phase 1 (France) and BAPU (Belgium) have again connected to present you with state-of-art lectures and break-out groups discussing hands-on solutions.

The conference will take place in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea at the Kensington Conference Centre.

Details will be available on our website soon.

Please save the date of 17-19 May 2017 now.

Proceedings of last year’s meeting in Brussels can be found here.

Hope to meet you there!

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Safety & Regulation in Early Clinical Drug Development, 02-Dec-2016

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The BAPU (Belgian Association of Phase I Units) board is pleased to invite you to the BAPU Symposium: “Safety & Regulation in Early Clinical Drug Development”, which will take place on Friday December 2, 2016 at the Marriot Hotel in Gent.

Please find enclosed the programme, registration information and address. Last registration date is Friday, November 11.

Friday, December 2nd, 2016

  • 12:30 Registration and Coffee
  • 13:30 Introduction by the BAPU Chairman Delphine Malisse

Part I: Safety Aspects in Early Clinical Development

Chair: Jan de Hoon, Annick Van Riel

  • 13:40 What makes FAAH so attractive as a CNS target? From bench to clinic. Mark Schmidt, Johnson & Johnson
  • 14:20 The BIAL 10-2474 Accident: Investigator Site Perspective. Alain Patat, Biotrial, France
  • 15:00 Safety Aspects in Phase I Clinical Research: Regulator’s perspective and Recommendations. Walter Janssens, FAHMP
  • 15:30 Panel discussion. Walter Janssens, Mark Schmidt, Alain Patat, Jan De Hoon
  • 16:00 Coffee Break

Part II: EU Regulation – most recent updates

Chair: Sylvie Rottey

  • 16:30 EU Regulation: Considerations on Implementation and effects on Early Clinical Research. Diane Kleinermans, Ministry of Health
  • 17:15 Discussion. Diane Kleinermans, Sylvie Rottey
  • 17:30 Goodbye and Reception

Programme and registration information

See also the BAPU Web site.


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Discount for AHPPI members at ACCP Meeting in Bethesda, MD, Sep-2016

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Registration is open for the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology (ACCP). The meeting runs from 25th – 27th September at the Bethesda N Marriott Hotel & Conference Ctr in Bethesda, MD.

The title of this year’s meeting is Clinical Pharmacology: Discovery & Application in the Era of Precision Medicine.

AHPPI gained ‘Sister Organisation’ status with ACCP when it federated together with AGAH (Germany), BAPU (Belgium) and Club Phase 1 (France) last year to form EUFEMED, the European Federation for Exploratory Medicines Development.

Sister Organisations are entitled to discounts off the registration price for the meeting which brings the Early Bird 3-day pricing down from $1,220 to $960 and the Advance pricing down from $1,515 to $1,275 – well worth the
price of annual AHPPI membership!

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EMA stakeholder activity – User Acceptance Testing of new EU portal

EMA_LogoQ1 2016 saw the User Acceptance Testing of the new EU portal/Clinical Trial Application system begin.

BioKinetic Europe, Niche Science & Technology and Richmond Pharmacology, all of whom have a network of active members in AHPPI are registered testers on behalf of AHPPI and EUFEMED. The new portal is hoped to harmonise the reporting and approval system for the regulatory process for clinical trials across Europe. More information on the Clinical Trial Regulation and EU Portal and Database can be found here.

Release 0.1 covered the functionality to prepare and submit an initial clinical trial application as well as the process of the Member State appointing the reporting Member State. Feedback was consolidated by SGS Belgium.

We look forward to continuing the feedback process and providing input into such an important development for clinical trials as a whole in Europe.


15e87c0Written by Aaron Clements, Associate Project Manager at BioKinetic Europe.

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Evening with the Experts

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This year we shall be offering a new benefit for members.

We are looking to host two hour meetings held in the evening (e.g. 18:00 to 20:00) up to four times a year. The venues would probably be a Phase I unit, Clinical Research Facility, biopharmaceutical company, biotech hub, university etc., or a neighbouring and convenient venue chosen by the host.

The goal is to visit the regions – Cardiff, Manchester, Leeds, Nottingham, Liverpool, Belfast, Edinburgh, Oxford, Cambridge, Guildford and any other notable ‘pharma valleys’ out there.

We’d be looking to arrange for 2 – 3 speakers with at lease one slot offered to the host.

We are expecting the meeting to be free to members. Numbers would be limited by the size of venue and places would be offered on a first come, first served basis.

Some of the topics may shadow elements of the forthcoming EUFEMED human pharmacology diploma curriculum and we will be covering other topical and current issues.

The AHPPI will be coordinating the mailing, marketing etc. and chairing the event in partnership with the host.

Would your company like to host an ‘Evening with the Experts’?

Contact us at info@ahppi.org.uk to express your interest.

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