Join us for the Ninth Annual HT-ADME Conference!

HT-ADME 2019 

June 20th, 2019

Biogen 
300 Binney Street, Building #9 
Cambridge, MA 02142

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Plenary Speaker

 

Dennis Scott, Executive Director, Pfizer

Passive Distribution of Drugs to Intracellular Targets: Moving Towards an Understanding of the Passive Determinants of Cellular and Sub-Cellular Drug Distribution

     

 

Invited Speakers 

 

Hua Gao, Principal Scientist, Amgen

Evaluation Of Deep Learning Algorithms In In Silico ADME Modeling

  

Li Di, Research Fellow, Pfizer

In Vitro and In Vivo Approaches and Applications of Tissue Kpuu

           
        

John Janiszewski, NIH/NCATS (National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences)

ADME-Omics: The Evolving Role of High-Throughput LC/MS in Drug Discovery

           
 

Chang Liu, Research Scientist, SCIEX

High-Throughput ESI-MS Enabled by the Acoustic Droplet Ejection to the Open-Port Probe Sampling Interface

    

Robin McDougall, Principal Scientist, DMPK, Alnylam Pharmaceuticals

General ADME Properties of the GalNAc-siRNA Conjugates 

           
 

Chris Nasveschuk, Vice President, Chemistry, C4 Therapeutics

Degrader Drug Space: What Rules?

    

Timothy Olah, Group Director at Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Innovative Small Molecule Drugs: How Novel Strategies for Biotherapeutics will Expand the Design of Future Small Molecule Therapies

           
   

Archana Simmons, Research Investigator II, Lead Profiling Division, Leads Discovery and Optimization, Bristol Myers Squibb

In Silico ADME Modeling Approaches: Are We there Yet?

 

Meihua Tu, Associate Research Fellow, Computational Chemistry, Pfizer

Medicinal Chemistry Design Principles for Liver Targeting Through OATP Transporters


Session Topics Proposed for 2019 include:
 

New Modalities

New Technologies and Approaches in ADME Science

Computational ADME Approaches

Tissue Targeting

 

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Workshops

Session I:  New Modalities

Session II: New Technologies and Approaches in ADME Science

Session III: Computational ADME Approaches

Sessin IV: Tissue Targeting

 

Registration

Click here to register for the HT-ADME conference online.

HT-ADME 2019 will take place June 20, 2019 at:

Biogen

Cambridge, MA

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