Poster walks and coffee for early birds start 8 a.m.
Conference start 9 a.m.
Drug Delivery: nanomedicine; gene delivery; functional polymers; intelligent systems; innovative carriers and materials; how to move/ delivery without diffusion and convection; immunotherapy, immonological barriers and vaccine delivery
André Nel/ UCLA: Use of nanocarriers for chemotherapy delivery and immunotherapy in pancreatic cancer
M. Banciu, Babes-Bolyai University: Long-circulating liposomal simvastatin inhibits tumor growth via targeting cancer microenvironment-mediated processes
J. Grzelak, ICMAB-CSIC: Mesoporous silica nanorods as theranostic platforms
A. Paolini, Bambino Gesù Children’s Hospital-IRCCS: PAMAM dendrimer-functionalized polylactic acid scaffolds as microRNA delivery vehicles in biomedical applications
V. M. Kadiri, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems: M13 Bacteriophage Constructs for Bioinspired Penetration of the Gastric Mucus Layer
Patrick Stayton/ University of Washington: Engineering Intracellular Drug Therapies
S. Rossi, Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin: Dendritic polyglycerol sulfates as potential Shh-pathway inhibitors
T. Fischer, Saarland Univeristy: Specific targeting of human macrophages using aspherical microparticles as gene delivery system
E. Holler, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center: Biodegradable polymalic acid conjugated to Angiopep-2 and tri-leucine traverses the blood-brain-barrier and distributes
Peer Fischer/ MPG: Directed Transport with Nanopropellers
Christoph Rademacher, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces: Small molecule-mediated delivery to human Langerhans cells
J. Rejman, CureVac AG: Overcoming extra- and intracellular barriers: polymer-based mRNA delivery systems
AKM Ashiqul Hague, University of Tuebingen: Chemically modified hCFTR mRNAs-Chitosan-coated PLGA recuperate lung function in a mouse model of cystic fibrosis
I. S. Blagbrough, University of Bath: Innovative materials from electrospun polymeric fibres for the controlled delivery of antibiotics for wound healing of skin infections
P. O. Nnamani, University of Nigeria: Gentamicin drug films for topical use
C.P. Agbo, University of Nigeria: Development of lipid-based microsuspensions fro ophthalmic delivery of Gentamicin
M. Leone, Leiden University: Hyaluronon-based dissolving microneedles with high antigen content for intradermal vaccination: formulation, physicochemical characterization and immunogenicity in mice
S. Kerski, University of Wuppertal: Overcoming the Skin Barrier for Transdermal Delivery of Macromolecules Utilizing Physically Induced Microchannels
Jesús Pérez-Gil/ University of Madrid: Surfing the respiratory surface for smart drug delivery
Thomas Crouzier/ KTH Royal Institute of Technology: Modulating the barrier properties of mucus
N. Heuzé-Vourc’h, INSERM: Protective administration of a therapeutic antibody through the airway route in a murine model of acute lung infection
F. Tewes, INSERM: Animal model of chronic lung infection: Are agar and alginate beads interchargeable?
A. Hidalgo, Complutense University: Pulmonary surfactant and drug delivery: vehiculisation of an anti-inflammatory drug in vivo
Eva Roblegg/ University of Graz: Drug Delivery Strategies for Treatment of Oral Diseases
* Guest Speaker of the Galenus Privatstiftung *
P. Gershkovich, University of Nottingham: Intestinal lymphatic system: Important compartment of drug delivery
David Brayden/ University College Dublin: Progress using nanoparticulates and permeation enhancers to deliver oral peptides
End of Conference: 7 p.m.
All attendees of the conference are cordially invited to participate in the conference BBQ which will take place in the area of the conference site.
A poster exhibition with the contributions of the participants will be present during the whole conference.