Meetings/Workshops on Translational Medicine, Clinical Trials in Germany
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Beilstein Talk — Nanomedicine at the crossroads – Why good chemistry is not enough
18 Nov 2020 • Online, Germany
This Beilstein Talk is presented by Prof. Matthias G. Wacker from the National University of Singapore. Nowadays, an emerging number of advanced therapies conquer the global market. Nanotechnology-related drug products show groundbreaking opportunities in cancer therapy. Still the translation of nanomedicines from bench to bedside poses a major challenge to the scientific community. The talk provides a snapshot of his research activities in the characterization of nanomedicines in vitro and in silico. Major hurdles in the development of novel drug delivery systems and their translation into the hospital will be discussed from the perspective of a pharmaceutical scientist.
Event Organizer: Beilstein-Institut; Phone: [+49 69 71673-224]; Email: email@example.com
Nanotechnology, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Drug Development, Translation
ISPSR — 33rd International Symposium on Pediatric Surgical Research
27 Nov 2020 - 29 Nov 2020 • Frankfurt (Main), Germany
The 33rd International Symposium on Pediatric Surgical Research will provide a unique opportunity for young pediatric surgeons and research fellows to present their clinical and laboratory research. This meeting brings together clinicians and basic scientists from all over the world in order to exchange their knowledge on all aspects of pediatric surgical diseases. Over the years, the International Symposium on Pediatric Surgical Research has become a global research forum for presenting high quality research.
event lab. GmbH | Tamara Bähr; Phone: [+49 (0)341 30 88 84 89]; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
surgery, pediatrics, pediatric surgery, necrotizing enterocolitis, short bowel syndrome, surgical research
ECSR — European Conference on Schizophrenia Research
23 Sep 2021 - 25 Sep 2021 • Berlin, Germany
European Scientific Association on Schizophrenia and other Psychoses /ESAS)
The European Conference on Schizophrenia Research is a biennial thematic conference that has been established as a forum for scientific exchange on current issues and controversies in schizophrenia research and clinical care. The ECSR 2021 will be held 110 years after the introduction of schizophrenia as a diagnostic class. Thus, it seems appropriate to look back and forward to evaluate the facts and unsolved questions concerning this complex disorder. From the beginning on the organiser of this congress’ series – the European Scientific Association on Schizophrenia and other Psychoses (ESAS) - aims at enhancing the visibility of the European schizophrenia research. Accordingly, the scientific programme will be designed in order to update knowledge, discuss findings with experts in the field, and figure out emerging topics for further research. The ECSR shall also serve as a forum for young scientist to present own data, and socialize with senior colleagues. The interactive scene of the ECSR also provides the opportunity to initiate consortia for research projects. Accordingly, the active contribution of (basic, clinical, health services) researchers, clinicians and therapists to the scientific programme is most welcome. Colleagues are cordially invited to submit their proposals. For respective deadlines and further information, please visit www.schizophrenianet.eu
ESAS Geschäftsstelle, c/o Kiniken für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie der HHU Düsseldorf, Tel.: 0211-922-2773, E-Mail: email@example.com
or CPO HANSER SERVICE GmbH, Büro Barsbüttel, Tel.: +49-40-6708820, E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Last updated: 16 October 2020