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SCT-SFNano Joint Meeting

SCT-SFNano Joint Meeting

06/01/2014 14:43

The French Medicinal Chemistry Society (Société de Chimie Thérapeutique – SCT) and the French Society for Nanomedicine (Société Française de Nanomédecine – SFNano) have combined efforts to propose to a large audience topics of common interest, in order to facilitate communication among scientists from both societies, and to develop new contacts and research opportunities.
This one-day meeting is dedicated to medicinal chemists, pharmacists, pharmacologists and scientists involved in drug metabolism and pharmacokinetic.
Aim of the symposium
The attention is focused on one major area where molecular and mechanistic aspects prevail and serve as a dominant strategy for drug optimization: targeting - activating - delivering systems of drugs.
The activation, in particular of carriers and linkers, leading to drug delivery is a rather complex process since sequential steps need to be fine-tuned in order to achieve the desired drug delivery with a high safety margin.
Physico-chemical, pharmacokinetic, or specific mechanism based approaches for the design of drug delivery systems are progressing, leading to new generations of targeting strategies.
Preclinical and clinical aspects will be developed and illustrated by early and mature targeting systems. Proof of concept studies, recent progresses and perspectives with examples of new conjugates strategies will drive the symposium.

Check the full programme

List of Speakers
PK/PD Challenges for Antibody Drug Conjugates Development 
Dr Antoine DESLANDES (SANOFI R&D, Paris, France)
Mechanism Based Delivery Systems
On the Cutting Edge: Proteolytically-induced Drug Delivery in Imaging and Photodynamic Therapy 
Prof. Norbert LANGE (UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA, Geneva, Switzerland)
Chemical and Physiological Considerations in the Design of Nanosized Drug Carriers for Cancer Chemotherapy 
Prof. Jean-Christophe LEROUX (ETH ZÜRICH, Zürich, Switzerland)
Homogeneous Conjugated Antibody with Single Point Mutation Using Bacterial Transglutaminase 
Dr Florence LHOSPICE (INNATE PHARMA, Marseille, France)
Polymer Nanosized Systems (Tentative title) 


For more information and registration, we refer to the symposium website

SCT-SFNano Joint Meeting Symposium Secretariat
LD Organisation Scientific Conference Producers

Tel : +32 10 45 47 77 
Fax : +32 10 45 97 19

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