SDU: Joint UNGAP & NordicPOP hybrid/hands‐on training school, 20 to 23 June 2021
This training school provides a state-of-the-art overview on in vitro techniques applied in the field of oral biopharmaceutics along with an opportunity to get hands-on training on laboratory tools for studying the intraluminal and absorptive behavior of candidate-enabling drug formulations.
For this purpose, leading scientists, active in the design and evaluation of novel in-vitro tools for the oral bioavailability toolbox,will provide detailed and critical insights into the application of a variety of in-vitro technologies such as dissolution and permeation models.
The primary aim of this workshop is to initiate and stimulate collaboration between the different UNGAP and NordicPOP partners with corresponding or complementary experiences and needs. For this reason, the program leaves ample time for panel discussions and face-to-face exchange of experiences. A table-top exhibition of commercially available tools will run alongside with the training course.
The official flyer and pre-liminary programme can be found here.
The programme is still subject to change due to adjustments to current status of pandemic situation.
Maximum number of participants 100 (on-site & online)
Hands-on training: Maximum number of participants 50 (whereof 25 each from UNGAP and NordicPOP)
Registration is possible via the https://www.conferencemanager.dk/ungap-pop-2021/signup. You can fill in your preferences (online/ on site & preferred hands-on training). Admission will be granted according to COST criteria for the UNGAP audience and on a first submit-first serve basis for the NordicPOP audience.
For each of the audiences (UNGAP / NordicPOP), every hands-on training will be run at least once.
Summer school is co-organised by:
- University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
- National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
- University of Greifswald, Germany
- University of Oslo, Norway
- UIT The Arctic University of Norway, Norway
- Uppsala University, Sweden