Injectable drug delivery is considered one of the most effective routes of administration due to the speed and effectiveness of delivery to the target, as well as the improved patient experience. The global injectable drug delivery market continues to grow and technology is advancing. This, coupled with the ever-changing regulatory requirements, means that it is imperative for companies to stay abreast of the latest developments and challenges within the industry in order to remain compliant, as well as gaining a competitive edge.
This seminar has been designed for all those working in the industry to discover the next generation of injectable drugs and devices and get an update on the latest trends, technologies and applications. Attending this event will provide a great opportunity to network with industry leaders, as well as like-minded professionals, to share common experience and best practice.
Attending this two-day seminar, presented by key industry experts, will:
This meeting runs back-to-back with Pre-filled Syringes and there is a further £200/€280 discount when booked together with this programme.
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This conference will be of particular interest to:
Scientists and management in medical devices, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies working in parenteral delivery. Personnel responsible for device programmes, product development, regulatory affairs and product lifecycle management will find this event beneficial. Previous delegates include: Directors, Senior Executives in R&D, Head of Device Departments, Combination Products Specialists, Drug Delivery Managers, Business Development Executives, Product Development Managers and those in Project Co-ordination and Marketing roles.
Chair’s welcome and introduction
Dr Gregory Berman
The evolving market for self-injection devices, differentiation through patient-friendly drug delivery devices
Assessing injection site pain
Challenges with high-volume and high-viscous drug formulations
Approaches to combination product control
Pre-filled syringes over time
Using polymeric PDC technology to improve auto-injector design
Connected needle-free drug delivery: innovative technology to differentiate your brand
Interactive panel discussion: opportunities for connectivity with hand-held injection devices
Moderator: Dr Gregory Berman
Panellists: Dr Thomas Schönknecht, Chris Muenzer and Barb Taylor
Networking drinks reception
Review of day one Dr Gregory Berman
Demand for large volume injectors for 2-10 ml injection volumes
Challenges of medical delivery in acute and chronic care settings – implications for delivery design
From the treatment chair to the sofa – innovative concept for wearable injection
Update on the Ominpod device
The EU regulatory framework for injectable delivery systems
Planned changes to the 11608 series of ISO standards and their implications on device design
Interactive panel discussion: opportunities with wearable and large volume injectors
Moderator: Dr Gregory Berman
Panellists: Ian Thompson and Stephen Augustyn
Chair’s closing remarks
End of seminar and refreshments
Gregory Berman is an Independent Consultant and Director of Cantab Innovations Ltd. Previously he was Head of the Medical Group at Kinneir Dufort, an award-winning research, innovation, design and product development company, with over 30 years’ experience helping companies discover, create, develop and realise tangible new products, brands and experiences. He helps clients in the life-science, medical and healthcare sectors to develop products in complex situations, optimise life-science R&D and exploit technology strategically.
He led the design and development of SmartJect™; an autoinjector which automatically retracts the needle and was launched by J&J in 2010 with an important next-generation drug.
Worked with Chrono Therapeutics, helping to develop their SmartStop™ based device, the world’s first programmable, wearable transdermal smoking cessation therapy.
Participated in a detailed design review of an autoinjector being developed by a leading pharmaceutical company for a new drug.
Undertook the Voice of Customer study for a leading biopharmaceutical company, as the starting point for developing high volume parenteral delivery devices for lifesaving immunotherapies.
Undertook a technology survey for a company interested in needle-free, transdermal, micro-needle, electroporation and iontophoresis drug delivery devices.