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Webinars

09.12.2019

What is Medicinal Cannabis? Worldwide overview of Scientific Research, Production, Application

17:00 - 18:00

Zoom

Gebeurtenisgegevens

09.12.2019

What is Medicinal Cannabis? Worldwide overview of Scientific Research, Production, Application

 

The webinar will be hosted via Zoom platform on 9th of December (17.00-18.00 CET, 11.00-12.00 EST, and 05.00-06.00 NZST). The discussion will be led by Ziya Erdem (Environmental Engineer Consultant, USA), Ali Seyfoddin (Senior Lecturer, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand) and Jan Zorgdrager (Principal Consultant, ProPharma Group, the Netherlands) on the topic of medicinal cannabis.

Cannabinoids have been shown beneficial for a range of clinical conditions, including pain, inflammation, epilepsy, sleep disorders, the symptoms of multiple sclerosis, anorexia, schizophrenia and other conditions. The development of cannabinoid based drugs requires well-controlled clinical trials to be carried out in order to objectively establish therapeutic efficacy, dose ranges and safety. The low oral bioavailability of cannabinoids has led to feasible methods of administration, such as the transdermal route, intranasal administration and transmucosal adsorption, being proposed. The highly lipophilic nature of cannabinoids means that they are seen as suitable candidates for advanced nanosized drug delivery systems, which can be applied via a range of routes. Nanotechnology-based drug delivery strategies have flourished in several therapeutic fields in recent years and numerous drugs have reached the market. It is rapidly growing field in Canada, USA, Australia and Europe. 

During this webinar, we will be focusing on the worldwide situation, scientific research, production challenges, applications, benefits and future perspective. 


Registration to the webinar

Registration to the webinar can be done via this link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_K1jJ5X9xSwKhLWVDzT2Xxw. You can register and reserve a spot prior to the webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. 


PC: Please click the following link to download the Zoom program on your PC that you will use to join the webinar as soon as you read this instruction or well before the webinar starts: https://zoom.us/download.


Mobile: You can either follow the PC instructions above or download the app Zoom Cloud Meetings on your phone app store as soon as you read this instruction or well before the webinar starts. Once your app is opened you can click on "Join a meeting", enter Meeting ID: 154393543 and click "Join". If you have not registered yet then enter your Name and Email Address, otherwise, you will be directly joining webinar.


We hope you will enjoy it!

17:00 - 18:00

Zoom

Past Workshops

05.11.2019

Novel and innovative product and production processes for pharmaceuticals

13:00 - 20:00

Kiadis Pharma, Amsterdam

Gebeurtenisgegevens

05.11.2019

Novel and innovative product and production processes for pharmaceuticals

As novel products and processes are rapidly expanding in the pharma industry, various new developments in the fields of Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products and insights from technology providers will be discussed. With topics such as personalized medicine, modular production technology and increasing levels of automation and integration for biosimilar production, you will be informed about exciting new trends within the

pharmaceutical industry in the Netherlands.


For more information and registration please visit:

https://www.ispe-events.eu/index.php/en/component/eventbooking/affiliate-events/16-novel-and-innovative-product-and-production-processes-for-pharmaceuticals

13:00 - 20:00

Kiadis Pharma, Amsterdam

07.11.2019 - 09.11.2019

Steering the Clinical Translation of Delivery Systems for Drugs and Health Products

09:00 - 18:00

University of Catania, Italy

Gebeurtenisgegevens

07.11.2019 - 09.11.2019

Steering the Clinical Translation of Delivery Systems for Drugs and Health Products

Besides the feasibility for industrial scale-up, accelerating the translation from bench-to-bedside of new technological strategies for controlled delivery and targeting of drugs and other actives relevant for health management, such as medical devices and nutraceuticals, would benefit from an even earlier evaluation in preclinical models and clinical settings. In the same time, translational medicine also performs in the opposite direction, incorporating clinical needs and observations into scientific hypotheses and innovative technological proposals. With these aims, the sessions proposed for the 2019 CRS Italy Chapter workshop will introduce the experience of Italian and worldwide researchers on how to foster the actual work in controlled release and drug delivery towards a reliable pre-clinical and clinical assessment.


http://www.itcrs.it/it/content/steering-clinical-translation-delivery-systems-drugs-and-health-products

09:00 - 18:00

University of Catania, Italy