In Vivo Predictive Dissolution Conference
A portion of the Conference materials are available HERE.
The science of oral drug product dissolution has developed and advanced over the past 40 years, as has the field of gastroenterology, and this has led to the development of the nascent field of biopredictive dissolution methodology. This new field, resulting from fundamental scientific developments in the fields of drug and drug product, in vivo dissolution and gastroenterology, has many implications for optimizing and insuring oral drug product in vivoperformance. The implications for optimizing oral drug product performance in vivo and insuring in vivo oral drug product equivalent performance; i.e., bioequivalence (BE), certainly stand out as major potential applications of a biopredictive science and methodology.
While there are substantial public policy issues involved in the potential uses of this developing science, from drug discovery to regulatory, and including, most significantly, clinical medicine, this workshop will focus on the science of biopredictive dissolution science and methodology. It is through the development of sound fundamental science in this oral biopredictive field that the implications will have a sound scientific basis upon which to further develop. It is the goal of this workshop and related faculty retreat that a ‘white paper’ be developed that will set the tone and direction of this field over the next 10-20 years.
- In Vitro Dissolution: Mythology and Method
- CO2/Bicarbonate: The Magic Buffer
- Dissolution Media, Methods: Not One Size Fits All
- In Vivo and Ex Vivo GI Fluids
- Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) of the Gastrointestinal Tract: Fasted and Fed
- Critical Gastrointestinal Variables
For additional questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (734) 764-2226.
- Registration: $1,250/person*
What's included in the cost?
-Opportunity to contribute to future public policy directions
-Continental Breakfast (all days)
-Poster Presentation & Reception
-Snacks & Other Refreshments
*Government rate: $500.
The government rate is available to federal, state, and local government employees, and state-owned universities. Valid ID required.
*Student rate: $250.
The student rate is available to current students. Valid ID required.
- Poster Presentation
Our poster session will be held on Monday, August 4, 2014 from 6pm-8pm.
There is limited availability for the poster presentation. If you are interested in presenting a poster at the conference, please forward a proposed title to email@example.com by Monday, June 30, 2014. We will confirm availability and request an abstract by Monday, July 7, 2014.
- Travel & Accommodations
The In Vivo Predictive Dissolution Conference is being held at Rackham Auditorium.
Address: 915 E. Washington Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109
The Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport (DTW) is within the closest proximity to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Travel time from DTW to Ann Arbor is approximately 25 minutes.
DRIVING DIRECTIONS (to Rackham)
A complete list of driving directions can be found HERE.
The Palmer Structure is open 24 hours.
The Palmer Drive Parking Structure is a U-M parking facility. It is adjacent to Palmer Commons at the intersection of Washtenaw Avenue and Palmer Drive.
Visitor Parking Palmer Drive Structure
From Washtenaw Avenue, turn on Palmer Drive, proceed approximately 100 yards to the 2nd parking entrance on your left that is marked "Visitor Parking".
- The North elevators open at 7:30 AM
In the elevator, push the PL Level (Plaza Level)
Exit the elevator and there will be a set of doors on your right that lead to the pedestrian walkway towards the Rackham Building.
Directions from US-23 Exit Washtenaw Ave (west) at exit 37B. Follow Washtenaw Ave west for approximately 4 miles. Continue (past Hill, South University and Geddes) around the curve and turn left into Palmer Drive. As you travel down Palmer Drive you will see a red sign for Visitor Parking directing you to turn left into the parking structure. As you turn left, approach the gate on your far right (as you look at the three entrance gates). It is also marked with a red sign saying Visitor Parking. Within the structure, drive around to your left and park.
Directions from M-14 Exit Main Street (south) at exit 3 toward downtown Ann Arbor. Follow Main Street south for approximately 2 miles passing Summit, and Ann Streets. Turn left on Huron Street, this becomes Washtenaw Ave at the junction with Glen Road. Continue straight ahead on Washtenaw Ave and then turn right into Palmer Drive. As you travel down Palmer Drive you will see a red sign for Visitor Parking directing you to turn left into the parking structure. As you turn left, approach the gate on your far right (as you look at the three entrance gates). It is also marked with a red sign saying Visitor Parking. Within the structure, drive around to your left and park.
Additional information about parking can be found with Parking & Transportation Services.
Hotel Address Contact
300 South Thayer
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
3050 Jackson Rd
Ann Arbor, MI
615 E. Huron St
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Additional hotel information can be found at the Ann Arbor Area Convention & Visitors Bureau.
- Ann Arbor Visitor Information
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- Refund Policy
Cancelations must be received in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org according to the following schedule:
Through July 3, 2014
Full refund less $50 administration fee
Between July 4, 2014 and July 27, 2014
On or after July 28, 2014 No refund