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Benefit from the views of Damon Smith on the future direction of innovative drug delivery systems and their growth potential given the multifold increase in the demand of NDDS Capitalise on the growth potential of nanotechnology in the coming years with Mahesh Chaubal and understand quality requirements of an NDDS product developed for the international market Leverage on the various advances made in nanotechnology and evaluate the options to meet formulations and scalability challenges in a case study discussion presented by Shelley A Durazo regulatory Clarifications: Learn the most efficient clinical trial procedures and documentation to achieve smooth and swift approval for NDDS products Innovative Drug Delivery Updates: Explore the new trends in NDDS product demand and align your business strategy with these opportunities Scientific Advances: Leverage the latest developments in existing delivery platforms to improve their efficacy in the most cost-effective way Commercialisation Strategies: Gain techniques to tap new markets and unlock the latent potential to ensure maximum return on your product investment Practical International Showcase: Hear the very latest thinking, trends and innovations surrounding NDDS development taking place across the globe

Damon Smith Senior Vice President Research and Development Labopharm USA

Shelley A Durazo Research Fellow Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences University of Colorado Denver

Mahesh V Chaubal Director Product Development Baxter Healthcare USA

Gautam Ranade Research Fellow Pharmaceutical Development Worldwide Research and Development Pfizer USA

Ensure effective life cycle management of a transdermal patch and understand its technical complexities in the interactive discussion with Gautam Ranade


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Subhash C Mandal, Senior Drug Inspector DIReCtORAte OF DRUG CONtROL WeSt BeNGAL Sumedh Gaikwad, Director Medical Services RICHteR tHemIS meDICARe Rahul Gupta, Senior General Manager Corporate Regulatory Affairs PIRAmAL HeALtHCARe Venkata Ramana, Chief Scientific Officer ReLIANCe LIFe SCIeNCeS Komal Shah Bhukhanwala, Director INNOVARIP CONSULtING GROUP Dange Veerapaneni, Managing Director SPARSHA PHARmA INteRNAtIONAL
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Devaraj Rambhau, Advisor NDDS NAtCO ReSeARCH CeNtRe SP Vyas, Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences SAGAR UNIVeRSIty, INDIA Dhiraj Khattar, Director Formulations FReSeNIUS KABI ONCOLOGy Kapileshwar Swain, Vice President Product Development mACLeODS PHARmA Sougata Pramanick Director Research and Development (Formulation) EMCuRE PhARMACEutICAlS
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Sukhjeet Singh, Senior Vice President Research and Development PANACeA BIOteC Rinti Banerjee, Professor, Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering Centre for Research in Nanotechnology and Science INDIAN INStItUte OF teCHNOLOGy mUmBAI, INDIA Pritam D Kanagale, Manager Product Development JOHNSON & JOHNSON Gaurav Sharma, Senior Manager Business Development and Clinical Research WOCKHARDt

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Research Fellow. Corporate Regulatory Affairs Piramal Healthcare 14. USA 16. Managing Director.CONFeReNCe DAy ONe – thurSDay 11 auguSt 2011 08:30 Registration and refreshments 09:00 Opening remarks from the Chair market Overview 09:10 establishing the current picture for NDDS and forecasting domestic and global markets to identify the future direction of growth and encourage investment • Examining the size of the global NDDS market and the latest developments to determine the learnings and expertise that can be applied to the Indian market • Projecting supply and demand to ensure that India can meet the technological investment and expertise requirements • Understanding the competitive advantages and challenges associated with the development of innovative technology platforms and delivery methods • Evaluating the various product and marketing strategies of key Indian and global players • Adopting a robust R&D process to speed-up regulatory approval and reduce product time to market • Determining the quality requirements of international pharmaceutical markets and aligning product development to meet these guidelines and enable entry into new markets Subhash C Mandal. Senior Vice President. Worldwide Research and Development. Richter themis medicare 12. climate-sensitivity and patient convenience • Adopting a proactive approach for transdermal patch material selection to ensure quality and regulatory acceptability Gautam Ranade. InnovarIP Innovative Drug Delivery Platforms 12:00 Developing effective delivery systems for siRNA based drugs to increase the efficacy of the formulation while maintaining a healthy return on investment • Projecting the current market for siRNA based drugs and forecasting its future growth potential to guarantee positive profit margins • Understanding the formulation rationale and design challenges of siRNA based drugs to reduce resources involved in the clinical trails • Clarifying the regulatory guidelines for the siRNA based drug delivery platform to speed-up the approval procedure • Identifying ways to increase scalability in the siRNA based drug delivery platform to sustain commercial viability • Formulating robust marketing and commercialisation strategies for siRNA based drug delivery platforms to enter new geographical areas Venkata Ramana. Director Research and Development (Formulation) emcure Pharmaceuticals 13:00 Lunch and networking Oral Controlled Drug Delivery Systems 14. osmotic. Research and Development Panacea Biotec regulation global regulation technologies Innovations case study transdermal Drug Delivery System 14.30 Designing pharmacokinetic studies for new oral controlled drug delivery systems to ensure speedy approvals and reduce the challenges of largescale production • Understanding the effect of single dose.40 Updating on the latest government policies and plans currently in place and in development to increase the growth of NDDS in India • Recapping on NDDS guidelines for generic and new product approvals • Identifying the financial incentives and different initiatives designed to support NDDS development in India • Understanding the clinical trials and related documents critical to the successful approval of products and technologies • Clarifying guidelines and identifying the various offices and auditing boards for specific NDDS platforms and coordinating with them accordingly to ensure compliance • Evaluating the parameters of bioequivalence studies to ensure that clinical trials are focused in the right areas Sumedh Gaikwad. Pharmaceutical Sciences. trends and likely future developments to identify new market opportunities Rahul Gupta. Come armed with your live challenges and take away practical implementable solutions. Chief Scientific Officer.20 Overcoming the scalability challenges around various release mechanisms in transdermal delivery systems to ensure commercial success and increase bioavailability • Establishing the business case for transdermal patches instead of oral controlled drug delivery systems for the sustained release of drugs • Comparing the different types of release mechanism available – matrix.10 • • • • • Scalability Ipr formulation 10. emerging markets and India • Understanding the specific processes involved in the approval of NDDS products to ensure compliance and successful exportation from India • Analysing the particularly challenging regulatory requirements of the UK and Japanese markets and developing strategies to overcome these and gain approval • Evaluating international regulatory requirements.10 • • • • • evaluating and leveraging advances in osmotic oral controlled drug delivery systems to improve efficacy and reduce costs Establishing the class of drugs and plasma profile suitable for oral controlled drug delivery Identifying and developing the specific technologies required to achieve the following release mechanisms and ensure commercial success: - Pulsatile - Gastro retentive - Gastro intestinal therapeutic systems - Other implants using matrix mechanisms Streamlining the processes involved in the manufacturing of oral controlled drug delivery systems to lower investment costs and increase efficiency Maximising the potential and overcoming the technical challenges of SMEDDs to increase solubility and permeability of class IV drugs Developing new distribution channels for oral controlled drug delivery systems to drive commercialisation and enter new markets Pritam D Kanagale. Manager Product Development Johnson & Johnson nDDS Market 10:50 morning refreshments and networking 11. 17.50 Selecting the most appropriate and innovative materials in the design and formulation process of transdermal delivery patches to increase safety and efficacy • Evaluating polymers used for transdermal delivery systems to maximise overall patch performance and ensure external and internal compatibility • Examining the challenges regarding adhesives used in transdermal plasters to overcome problems related to pliability. Senior General Manager. Director.20 examining global regulatory processes and requirements to ensure the smooth and speedy approval of NDDS products and enable entry into international markets • Comparing regulatory bodies and guidelines around NDDS in western countries. USA case study exploring new therapeutic applications for transdermal delivery systems to drive development in this area Understanding the current domestic market for transdermals and forecasting the therapeutic areas in which demand is likely to increase in the future Tackling the various technological scalability issues in making transdermals commercially viable for therapeutic application Evaluating cosmeceutical application of transdermal therapeutics to meet evolving consumer and market demands Determining the use of transdermal systems in chronic ailments like diabetes and to overcome BBB and MDR challenges to increase drug delivery through non-invasive techniques Balancing the expense of transdermal systems with the overall medical benefit – ensuring new therapeutic applications are commercially viable Damon Smith. Director Medical Services. Pfizer.30 Navigating the complexities of the IPR system in India to promote innovation in NDDS development • Mapping out the current IPR scenario in India to establish the importance of IPR and identify the difficulties involved • Understanding the current Indian IPR framework and leveraging this to ensure quality within NDDS developments and support future progress • Maximising the potential of technology patents in avoiding infringement and protecting competitive advantage • Overcoming the roadblocks to IPR protection specific to the various NDDS platforms • Identifying and applying global copywriting and trademark policies to protect and maintain brand equity Komal Shah Bhukhanwala. and geo matrix • Determining how different release mechanisms can be effectively used in transdermal patches and if they are commercially viable • Effectively managing the costs involved in scaling-up the transdermal delivery system when using different release mechanisms Dange applications . West Bengal Regulatory Landscape 09.40 roundtable Discussions: An opportunity to join in with facilitated group discussions around the key issues raised during the course of the day. Reliance Life Sciences 15:10 Afternoon refreshments and networking 15. multiple dose. special dosage and food studies to increase the efficacy of a drug while reducing toxicity • Setting the acceptance criteria in pharmacokinetic studies to decrease project resources required and meet the regulatory guidelines • Reducing the toxic effects caused by dose dumping in controlled release delivery systems to increase systemic efficacy • Identifying the correct procedure for submission and documentation of clinical trial results to address the regulatory requirements and avoid duplication of efforts Sukhjeet Singh. Sparsha Pharma International 16.30 Close of Conference Day One Email: conferences-india@ubm. Senior Drug Inspector Directorate of Drug Control.30 exploring parenteral dispersed systems to identify and overcome their development challenges and maximise their commercial potential • Recognising the most appropriate technologies to effectively manage the developmental life cycle of parenteral dispersed systems • Understanding the characterisation for various formulations in parenteral suspensions and emulsions to minimise resources involved in clinical trials and time for approval • Comparing aseptic and terminal sterlisation techniques employed in parenteral dispersed drug delivery systems to understand their limitations and identify the most suitable methods to improve efficacy and commercial viability • Maximising throughput and overcoming scalability issues to cost-effectively produce parenteral dispersed drug delivery systems Sougata Pramanick. Senior Vice President Research and Development Labopharm.

Professor.40 • • • • • • • examining the various nanocarriers available to ensure the most cost-effective and efficient means of drug delivery Establishing the nanocarriers available for oral and parenteral drug delivery Analysing different polymeric nanocarriers to enhance the performance of drug delivery systems Achieving improved penetration of the drug through membranes using nanocrystals and amorphous nanoparticles Determining how solid lipid nanoparticles contribute to better efficacy and reduced toxicity of tumour surrounding cells Identifying how liposomes help to maximise drug concentration in the targeted area through nanotechnology Developing best practice methods of encapsulation and entrapment of drug molecules into nanocarriers to ensure efficacy at the targeted site Clarifying regulatory guidelines on clinical trial requirements for liposomes and nanoparticles as drug delivery platforms to achieve regulatory clearance Devaraj Rambhau.30 • 12. Director Product Development Baxter Healthcare. Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering. This programme may change due to unforeseen circumstances. USA 13. reduce toxicity and minimise cost • Determining the present market demand for nanotechnology and estimating the future size of the industry and the investment required • Achieving pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic correlation for targeted drug delivery technology • Identifying the most appropriate dosage and method of administration for different therapeutic uses to increase efficacy and reduce surrounding cell toxicity • Ascertaining the requirements for clinical trials of nanotechnologies to demonstrate bioequivalence and achieve smooth regulatory approval • Ensuring reproducibility and minimised costs when scaling-up every specialisation of targeted drug delivery to achieve commercial success • Understanding the characterisation for various formulations for faster clinical trial results Mahesh V Chaubal. Centre for Research in Nanotechnology and Science Indian Institute of technology. Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Sagar University. mumbai.20 Lunch and networking Liposomes and microspheres NDDS INDIA 2011 • • • • Understanding the latest advances in lipid based drug delivery systems to improve absorption and reduce toxicity and ensure their commercial viability Identifying the current market and future requirements of lipid based drug delivery systems in special therapeutic areas Meeting the expertise and investment requirements necessary to commercialising lipid based drug delivery systems as forms of NDDS Overcoming the technical drug loading challenges encountered when using liposomes as a carrier in targeted drug delivery Examining the efficacy of liposomes and microspheres in anti-cancer injectibles Developing processes and techniques to tackle the instability of liposomes as a carrier in nanotechnology Rinti Banerjee.10 exploring and maximising the potential of nanotechnology drug delivery platforms in new therapeutic and diagnostic areas • Understanding the potential use and efficacy of nanotechnology in implanted delivery systems • Summarising the advances made in gene therapy through nanotechnology to provide therapeutic options for unmet medical needs • Establishing how nanotechnology can best be applied to oncology drugs to increase their efficacy • Utilising nanotechnology to overcome MDR and reduce surrounding cell toxicity • Applying nanotechnology through oral and patch delivery to chronic therapeutic areas such as diabetes and hypertension • Leveraging nanotechnology for diagnostic purposes in scans. University of Colorado. Ltd. Denver case study Solutions Strategies Developments nanocarriers advances Q &A Session at NDDS 2010 ©2011. UBM India Pvt.10 evaluating the latest developments in nanotechnology and overcoming the specific formulation challenges to increase efficacy.10 Addressing the roadblocks to development in inhalation drug delivery to drive progress and meet growing demand for this platform from specific therapeutic areas • Clarifying the regulatory guidelines and clinical trial requirements for nasal sprays • Identifying processes to meet particle size requirements and increase deposition ratio • Achieving polymorphism to support solubility and permeability in nasal sprays and promote absorption • Evaluating various excipient screening processes including high throughput to ensure the best match to the API and increase the efficacy of the delivery device • Examining the latest equipment and technology to tackle instability and impurity and reduce toxicity • Determining the next steps for inhalation drug delivery to ensure progress and commercial success Kapileshwar Swain.ndds-india. India Sterlisation 11.20 Developing effective commercialisation strategies to increase speed to market.40 Navigating the various sterilisation and filtration challenges encountered when designing a nanotechnology to meet safety requirements • Achieving effective sterilisation of nanoparticles through in situ polymerisation • Leveraging partial polymerisation of nanoparticles to ensure targeted drug delivery meets safety guidelines • Maximising the use of gamma radiation in achieving sterilisation in nanotechnology • Evaluating the effectiveness of API sterilisation and its administration to septic areas in maintaining safety levels • Examining alternative methods of sterilisation of nanoparticles which minimise cost and increase safety SP Vyas. Fresenius Kabi Oncology applications 11. www. Advisor NDDS. UBM India Pvt. MRIs and biomarkers Dhiraj Khattar. Senior Manager Business Development and Clinical Research. reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers. Director Formulations. Professor. India Inhalation Drug Delivery Systems formulation 09. Research Fellow. maximise return on investment and drive the growth of the Indian NDDS industry • Utilising the “ultra lean” manufacturing process to increase the speed of development from lab to market and ensure the delivery of quality at all stages • Adopting the most appropriate clinical trials procedure and using online analytics and controls to reduce investment costs and speed up regulatory approval • Leveraging advanced drug delivery approaches to ensure return on investment of NDDS in development • Mapping out the potential of new markets including international and rural to increase market share • Identifying and meeting the need for developing new distribution channels to support the acceptance of NDDS products in new and existing markets • Applying new marketing techniques and strategies to enhance visibility and acceptance of the NDDS product and brand Gaurav Sharma. Wockhardt 16. Vice President Product Development macleods Pharma 14:50 Afternoon refreshments and networking Commercialisation in Practice 15. .00 Leveraging packaging as a tool to improve the efficacy of the NDDS product and to communicate and promote the brand identity • Identifying and adopting the most suitable packaging materials for different NDDS products depending on their administration characteristics • Sourcing packaging materials which support the shelf-life requirements of specific products and ensure safety and efficacy • Utilising aesthetics in augmenting acceptance of NDDS products • Establishing branding strategies which are communicated through the packaging to protect and increase the brand equity Sponsor led session 16:40 Closing remarks from the Chair and close of conference 10:10 morning refreshments and networking 10. Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences.CONFeReNCe DAy tWO – frIDay 12 auguSt 2011 08:30 Registration and refreshments 09:00 Opening remarks from the Chair Nanotechnology 09.40 Discussing the critical success factors of commercially launched Abraxanet of Celegene Corporation and utilising albumin nanoparticles to increase efficacy in targeted drug delivery platforms • Evaluating the various methods for preparation of albumin nanoparticals to identify the most suitable procedure to increase efficacy and reduce costs • Establishing the quality standards of albumin nanoparticles essential for receiving regulatory approvals • Comparing the delivery advantages of albumin nanoparticles with other carriers and how they can increase the efficacy of the targeted drug • Understanding the role of immunogenicity in the drug to increase the effectiveness of loaded formulation • Assessing the patent landscape for albumin nanoparticles to outline the future direction and scope for development Shelley A Durazo. Natco Research Centre 14.

Just call +91 (022) 4046 1466. Ritu Thomas Programme Manager CPhI Conferences P. India Recent reports and forecasts suggest a large opportunity in the Indian NDDS market due to a wide gap between global demand and the rate of local development. and explore new market avenues to pursue and take advantage of the growing demand for NDDS. 10-12 AUgUST 2011 Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport Mumbai. are you geared-up for this challenge and ready to seize this invaluable opportunity? The 2nd Annual NDDS India 2011 brings you the unique chance to clarify your every doubt on regulatory procedures and capitalise on your innovative NDDS products. please visit www. call us on +91 (022) 4046 1466.S. USA about new advances in NDDS on a global platform • Examine the successfully developed and commercially launched NDDS products with Fresenius Kabi Oncology • Explore new opportunities for commercial success of NDDS products with Labopharm USA • Hear Sparsha Pharma International share key learnings on how to overcome the scalability challenges of NDDS • Benefit from practical guidance provided by Piramal Healthcare on the regulatory requirements for NDDS products when entering new markets • Address the roadblocks to development for NDDS products through key insights from macleods Pharma • Evaluate the future trends of NDDS with Johnson & Johnson and learn how best to capitalise on these opportunities Additional speakers from Panacea Biotech. We look forward to meeting you at NDDS India 2011. . Attend NDDS India 2011 to: • Learn from Baxter Healthcare. yours sincerely. The enclosed brochure contains the full list of in-depth topics and outstanding speaker line-up. find answers to scalability challenges. Let our panel of global NDDS experts take you through all the critical developments and innovations to ensure you are up-to-date and fully equipped to make your mark in the industry and drive real progress in the Indian pharmaceutical market. With generic pipelines drying up and support from the local pharmaceutical industry and government encouraging further development in NDDS. With each day offering a host of exclusive networking opportunities. Natco Research Centre and Reliance Life Sciences will also be sharing their exemplary expertise and practical insights. The only conference in India to focus on the niche NDDS market. protect your innovations through to secure your place. this essential learning forum is based on intensive industry research and will provide you with an in-depth solution-packed agenda designed to meet your India-specific business needs. Plus – New for 2011! An entire pre-conference seminar dedicated to showcasing the very latest thinking and trends around NDDS from the international pharma community. Evaluate the formulation and design solutions. Mumbai.ndds-india. this is really an event not to be missed.NDDS INDIA 2011 Dear Colleague. Richter themis medicare. Book your place now for this unparalleled solution-driven conference and seminar to propel your business to new heights. or email conferences-india@ubm. or complete and return to us the booking form in the conference brochure. email 10-12 August. To secure your place at a discounted price.

50 Updating on the latest developments in nanotechnology to capitalise on the future growth potential • Identifying the hot areas of development in nanotechnology to ensure positive return on investment in the next 4-5 years • Understanding the quality requirements of nanotechnology drug delivery platforms developed for international markets • Overcoming the scalability challenges of nanotechnology in practice to deliver a commercially successful product Mahesh V Chaubal. The University basis of this research was focused of Colorado on fabricating and characterising novel layered double hydroxide Denver spherical particles for the delivery of siRNA. He the first sustained release has 20 publications in various Baxter Worldwide chemotherapeutic formulation scientific journals in the areas of Healthcare to . Damon Smith holds a PhD in biological chemistry and pharmacology. a Montreal based biopharmaceutical company specialising in pain and CNS products.10 Understanding and navigating the technical challenges of a transdermal delivery system to maximise the return on investments in the coming years with • Understanding the technical complexities involved in the development of a transdermal patch to minimise investment costs and increase the efficacy of the delivery system • Overcoming bioequivalence challenges in generic transdermal products to ensure speedy regulatory approvals • Ensuring effective life cycle management of a transdermal patch through a case study example of a commercially launched product • Determining the requirements for quality standards of transdermal products for successful launch in western countries Gautam Ranade.20 Closing remarks from the Facilitator and close of seminar 12. drill-down into the newest innovations and discuss the most up-to-date solutions to all your NDDS development and scalability challenges. Worldwide Research and Development Pfizer. He was also on the insoluble drugs.10 Focusing on innovative drug delivery platforms to propel the growth of the Indian NDDS industry • Evaluating different strategies to cost-effectively manage the development life cycle of a delivery platform • Discussing the key factors critical to ensuring a greater number of pipeline hits and the commercial success of an NDDS product • Mapping out the future direction of geno-medicine to leverage on its commercial potential in coming years Damon Smith. Pharmaceutical Sciences.20 Refreshments and networking 15. He has more than 20 years experience in the industry Damon Smith and has presented at various Senior Vice international conferences. Australia Sciences in Dr Max Lu’s laboratory. He has worked in the He has 26 years of scientific field of formulations and drug product development and delivery for more than sixteen managerial experience in years and has published over pharmaceutical research and Mahesh V fifty peer-reviewed articles and Gautam Ranade development. Her undergraduate research was focused on liposomal drug delivery and gold nanoparticle Shelley A actuated release mechanisms. Research Fellow patents in the areas of novel drug Director Product He was a member of the Pharmaceutical delivery. Research Fellow Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences University of Colorado. Healthcare. in 2011. Damon President Research and Smith was Senior Director of Development. His experience Research and dosage form development. Don’t miss your chance to hear the very latest thinking. drug USA Development delivery systems and membrane includes novel drug delivery Pfizer research. Senior Vice President Research and Development Labopharm. USA 17. Worldwide Research and Development at Baxter and Developments. USA.50 Opening remarks from the Facilitator 13. Research at ConjuChem Inc. proteins and planning committee for the joint USA gene-based drugs. mahesh V Chaubal is Gautam Ranade is a Research the Director of Product Fellow in Pharmaceutical Development in Global Research Sciences. Gear-up to take advantage of the potential market opportunities and tackle the expected challenges by gaining key insights into the future trends and direction of the NDDS industry. Durazo Shelley Durazo also had the unique opportunity of conducting Research research at the Australian Fellow Department of Institute of Biotechnology and Nanotechnology (AIBN) at the Pharmaceutical University of Queensland. Shelley A Durazo is pursuing her doctoral degree at the University of Colorado Denver. He has 19 US Chaubal industry reports in this field. Pfizer and Labopharm USA. He was also Executive USA Director of Development at Protherics Limited (formerly Therapeutic Antibodies Inc) based in the United Kingdom. a peptide development and delivery Labopharm company. development of watertransport. Benefit from: • The latest facts and figures and growth opportunities in the international NDDS industry • Key insights into the specifics of quality requirements for NDDS products in international markets • Practical strategies to launch and commercialise NDDS products • The technical developments being uncovered in research work currently in progess on various delivery platforms • Strategic information on the future course of NDDS products and their commercial viability • Essential updates on innovative NDDS products in development and the host of market opportunities these will unearth 15.30 Registration and refreshments 12. in the field of ocular nanopharmaceutics. InternatIonal nDDS ShowcaSe PRe-CONFeReNCe SemINAR – weDneSDay 10 auguSt 2011 Expand your knowledge on the current global NDDS scenario through this dedicated interactive seminar led by top-level experts from Baxter Healthcare.ndds-india. scale-up and FDA-DIA-AAPS workshop on validation of processes for drug transdermal patch development delivery formulation processes. formulation development Development team that brought GliadelDevelopment and polymeric materials. USA 18.00 • • • • • Leveraging the latest advances in nanotherapy for back of the eye diseases in ocular therapeutics Examining the current market size of nanotechnology and understanding its future direction Identifying the various nanomaterials being used in ocular nanotherapy to increase the efficacy of targeted drug Overcoming the key formulation challenges for ocular nanotherapeutics Developing nanotherapy as the most suitable mode of administration in back of the eye diseases Discussing a commercially successful NDDS product utilising nanotherapy and analysing the reasons for success Shelley A Durazo. USA Meet your expertS: Damon Smith is a Senior Vice President for Research and Development at Labopharm. This is a unique opportunity to benefit from the shared learnings of international industry professionals and academics teaming up on a single platform.Research Fellow. Prior to joining Labopharm. Director Product Development Baxter Healthcare. Denver 14. Pfizer. www.

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Act of God. alteration or cancellation/postponement of an event. Andheri East.3% Service Tax = US$1.442 US$695 + 10. MasterCard.000 + 10. you agree to allow UBM India Pvt Ltd. so please book early to avoid disappointment.499 100 .NDDS INDIA 2011 10-12 August 2011 Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport Mumbai.59 1-day Seminar Title: Company Name: Job Title: Address: Tel: First Name: Surname: Department: Fax: Email: Signature: By providing your email address you consent to being contacted by email for direct marketing purposes by UBM India Pvt. Payment: • Full payment is required within 5 working days from receipt of invoice. Orbitz have secured allocations at conveniently located hotels at discounted event with a link where you can pay for your delegate fees securely through our payment portal.236 US$645 + 10. 400072. Pricing and Discounts: • To be eligible for an Early Bird discount. Mumbai. Accommodation: • Please note that accommodation and travel are not included in the conference fee. These rates are held for a limited amount of time.999 5. Your registration will not be confirmed until full payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. speakers or venue.000 .999 250 .999 500 . telephone.US$30 Million US$10 . the signed booking form must be received by close of business on the relevant deadline date.599 US$1. extreme weather or other emergency.090. You will receive an invoice from payments@ubmindia. fire. with full payment received no later than 5 working days following date of invoice. sms. and companies associated with the event to contact you (by post. Andheri East. refreshments as per onsite schedule. You may use this credit for another UBM event to be mutually agreed with UBM.ndds-india. UBM India Pvt Ltd. For invoice queries call: +91 (022) 4046 1466. please contact us at +91 (022) 4046 1466 or by email at conferences-india@ubm. India. UBM India Pvt Ltd. • Fees are subject to applicable taxes as per government rules and regulations.3% Service Tax = INR 54. Line Manager: Secretary/PA: Nature of Business: Number of Employees Please tick one box 50.ambardekar@ubm. Contact Puneet Sah on +91 (0)93216 53017 or email puneet@orbit-star.650 US$1. • In the event that UBM cancels an event for any reason.000 + 10.3% Service Tax = US$766. rescheduled or postponed due to a fortuitous event. unforeseen occurrence or any other event that renders performance of this conference impracticable.000 .500 + 10.708 US$1. the discounted rate will no longer apply and the current rate at that time will be Conference Department. India (Save up to 10%) 3-day Package Indian Delegate International Delegate 2-day Conference Indian Delegate International Delegate Indian Delegate International Delegate Early Bird! Book and pay before 15 July 2011 INR 43.3% Service Tax = INR 15. For more information.69 INR 14.924. Branch Code: 002. Ltd. email or fax) regarding relevant products or services provided. Group booking discounts only apply if all delegates in the group book and pay at the same time.3% Service Tax = US$711. Swift Code: +91 (022) 4046 1466 +91 (022) 4046 1477 conferences-india@ubm. a fortuitous event shall include. This contract is subject to Mumbai Jurisdiction law. Please note that accommodation and travel are not included in the conference fee.39 INR 12. *I have read and agree with the terms and conditions. (where applicable) To pay by bank transfer please send payments to: HSBC Bank.3% Service Tax = INR 39. illegal or impossible. you will be required to provide a credit card guarantee onsite to secure your participation.