Regional Delivery

Scientific Session 2

Date/Time: Monday, July 23, 2018 - 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

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This session covers the science of delivery technologies that are applied locally, as often occurs in delivery to the eyes (drops, gels, and injectables), lungs (inhalation), nose (sprays/drops), brain (implants, local infusion), female reproductive tract (rings, gels, solutions), mouth (e.g., buccal patches), and other site-specific local applications. This session is open to all aspects related to regional delivery. Examples are basic science to product development, new biomaterials, formulation strategies, small and large molecules, nucleic acid therapies, vaccines, new devices, clearance of controlled release systems, safety of new materials/excipients, in vitro and ex vivo models, animal models, and mathematical and computational modeling.