3D Tissue Models
Speed and Safety in Drug Discovery
The Royal Society 6-9 Carlton House Terrace

London SW1y 5AG,
Speed and Safety in Drub Discovery
The Royal Society 6-9 Carlton House Terrace
London SW1y 5AG

Schedule of Presentations:

Wednesday, November 26, 2008
08:45:00 Welcome & introduction Margaret Clotworthy
08:55:00 Predicting human hazard
08:55:00 Drug Discovery and Development Tomorrow: Changing the Mindset Bob Coleman
09:25:00 Humanising drug discovery to make earlier & better Stop/Go decisions in Pharma R&D Paul Newbold
10:05:00 Networking coffee
10:30:00 Human tissue solutions
10:30:00 Chair's opening remarks
10:35:00 Testing efficacy and sensitivity using small human isolated tissue Chris Hillier
11:05:00 Hurel, an in vivo surrogate assay platform for cell-based studies Gregory Baxter
11:35:00 Use and value of in vitro technologies in metabolism Johannes Doehmer
12:00:00 New Presentation
12:05:00 Networking lunch
13:05:00 Chair’s opening remarks
13:05:00 In vitro & in silico solutions
13:10:00 The latest technologies to 'open up' and 'read' what's going on in cells Quin Wills
13:40:00 Virtual Patient technology to improve drug safety: A personalized medicine test case Zvia Agur
14:10:00 A clinical trial in a test tube Russell Higbee
14:40:00 Networking coffee
15:05:00 Chair’s opening remarks
15:05:00 Testing safely in volunteers
15:10:00 ADDME – Avoiding Drug Development Mistakes Early Katya Tsaioun
15:40:00 Monitoring tissue drug levels by microdialysis markus Mueller
16:10:00 The best model for humans is human – how to accelerate early clinical development safely Mark Seymour
16:40:00 Closing remarks & Discussion
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