GGPF announces a very different kind of dinner event for September...
Eight short presentations on Alza-related polymer, chemistry, or drug delivery technologies. As befits a special event of this type and to assist our colleages who are leaving ALZA this October, we will be starting slighly early to allow a bit longer time for the presentations. Please read the details below and plan on attending for a great networking opportunity as well as a fast-paced overview of various drug delivery technologies and related issues.
Speakers and Topics:
Development of Novel Adhesives for Transdermal Applications
Jack Wen, Principal Scientist
Transdermal Delivery of Galantamine
Delphine Imbert, Associate Director
Design of the IONSYS™ Fentanyl Transdermal Iontophoretic System
Janet Tamada, Research Fellow
Molecular Engineering for Life Sciences
Peter Zhu, Research Fellow
Non-invasive Iontophoretic Drug Delivery to the Back of the Eye
Pam De Moor and Kathy Farinas, Research Fellows
Model Predictions of Suspension Storage Stability and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Analysis of Release Rate Variability for a DUROS® Implant
Phillip Lovalenti, Senior Research Engineer
X-Ray Powder Diffraction Applications and Scanning Electron Microscopy for Pharmaceuticals and Biomaterials
Robert Deng, Principal Scientist
Tuesday, September 18
Michael's Restaurant at Shoreline Park
2960 N Shoreline Blvd
Mountain View, CA 94043
5:30 PM social hour
6:30 PM dinner
7:30 PM lecture
$30 with advance registration
Half price for students, retired, and unemployed. (late fee still applies, if applicable)
Free if you attend just the lecture at 7:30PM. (but please let us know for headcount)
$40 after registration deadline, if possible -- please contact us to inquire.
we accept cash or checks, but are unable to accept payment by credit card at this time. You may pay at the door.
Deadline for registration:
5 PM, Monday, September 17
You should receive confirmation of your registration; if not, please contact us again.