Submit your proposal for PharmSci 360 by April 17

If you’re hoping to present your work at the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists’ PharmSci 360 meeting, it’s time to get serious about your proposal. Submissions for presentations at the November conference will be accepted through April 17.

The meeting, which will be held in San Antonio, has five tracks. Each track has two subtracks: biomolecular or chemical. The subtracks have primary topics and, within those, subtopics.

The call for submissions that we received via email emphasizes that proposals that fit within the thematic/track framework will have a competitive advantage.

Below are the high-level themes to get you started, but more details on the programming structure are available here, and we strongly recommend you study them.


  • Next-generation technologies in preclinical development
  • Emerging research tools for high-quality candidate selection
  • PK and PD modeling in effective preclinical-to-clinical translation


  • Innovative bioanalytical solutions and future of bioanalysis
  • Advances in precision/personalized medicine & biomarkers
  • Dialogue on emerging regulatory guidelines and experiences


  • Role of modeling and simulation in dose and dosing regimen selection
  • Clinical pharmacology paths for small populations
  • Lessons learned from regulatory interactions in clinical pharmacology for innovative new chemical
    entities, complex generics, and biosimilars


  • Transition from clinical to commercial manufacturing
  • Innovation in conventional manufacturing technologies
  • Continuous processing in synthetic and biologics manufacturing


  • Formulation development: new challenges, approaches and solutions
  • Novel analytical methods for characterization and life-cycle management
  • Advances in drug delivery and device technologies

Here’s the meeting homepage.

Here’s the call for poster abstracts.

Here’s the registration page, which has the fee schedule. (Note: “On-site registration” rates kick in in October, but the event is in November.)


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