We had a huge success with the completion of “2nd edition of Global Conference on Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery Systems” slated during June 04-06, 2018 at the beautiful city of Rome, Italy. The congress was based on the theme “The multifaceted aspects of drug delivery.”
The scientific gathering’s significance was reached via the gathering of all linked groups of research scientists to exchange their knowledge, research effort, technologies, and moreover trade of global information to the right crowd at the right moment. This congress has gotten a lot of positive feedback from all over the world. This event was held with the goal of encouraging the creation of fresh perspectives and ideas for studying the scientific community's high level of knowledge in the field of pharmaceutical sciences and drug delivery systems. It also featured timely keynote addresses, oral presentations, poster presentations, and exhibitions.
This strategic conference had in-depth plenary talks and interactive sessions that allowed attendees to network with like-minded individuals and discuss how to tackle current obstacles in pharmaceutical product development and synthesis. We appreciate the continued support and participation of all of our Organizing Committee Members, Keynote Speakers, Speakers, Delegates, and all well-wishers at the PDDS 2018. Various scientific sessions and entire presentations were used to organise the conference proceedings. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to all of the participants for helping us to strengthen the research community and making this event a great success.
Title : Impact of inhalation manoeuvre parameters on drug delivery to the Lungs from dry powder inhalers in-vitro and Ex-vivo
El Hassane Larhrib, University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom
Title : Physicochemical characterization of co-crystals and cyclodextrin inclusion complexes of bioactive molecules
Mino R. Caira , University of Cape Town, South Africa
Title : Next generation of drug delivery system: Stimuli-sensitive combination nanopreparations
Vladimir P. Torchilin, Northeastern University, United States
Title : Flexible analyses of population-based pharmaco-epidemiological studies of comparative effectiveness and safety of drugs
Michal Abrahamowicz, McGill University, Canada
Title : Peptide Delivery to the brain: A novel treatment for migraine
Gillian Hutcheon, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom
Title : Drug screening and targeting against the stem subpopulation of cancer cells
Esmaiel Jabbari, University of South Carolina, United States