International Symposium of Drug Delivery Systems (SDDS-2022)

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The 10th Annual International Symposium of Drug Delivery Systems (SDDS-2022) will be held during May 11-13, 2022 in Tokyo, Japan.

The SDDS-2022 program will follow the path of the drug delivery system development and showcase some of the cutting edge technologies, latest developments and efficient methodologies.

The following sessions are planned:

Segment 1: Frontiers in Drug Delivery Research
Session 1-1: Enhancing Bioavailability with New Technologies and Strategies
Session 1-2: Sustained-release, Controlled-release, and Modified-release
Session 1-3: Transdermal and Intradermal Delivery

Segment 2: Novel Drug Delivery Technologies, Systems and Devices
Session 2-1: Advances in Drug Delivery Technologies
Session 2-2: Nanotechnologies for Drug Delivery
Session 2-3: Nucleic Acid Delivery and Vaccine Delivery
Session 2-4: Peptide and Protein Drug Delivery
Session 2-5: Medical Devices for Drug Delivery, Surgery and Therapy
Session 2-6: Pharmaceutical Packaging and Drug Delivery 

Segment 3: Latest Advances in Targeted Drug Delivery
Session 3-1: New Oral, Transmucoadhesive, and Buccal Drug Delivery
Session 3-2: Inhalation & Respiratory Drug Delivery
Session 3-3: Brain Drug Delivery
Session 3-4: New Ocular, Nasal, Pulmonary Delivery
Session 3-5: Targeting Cancer Drug Delivery

Segment 4: New Materials and Carriers for Drug Delivery
Session 4-1: Polymers for Drug Delivery
Session 4-2: Nanoparticles and Nanocapsules in Drug Delivery
Session 4-3: New Carriers for Drug Delivery
Session 4-4: Nanomaterials and Nanocarriers for Drug Delivery

Segment 5: Advanced Formulation, Drug Delivery and Therapies
Session 5-1: Molecule Drugs Formulation
Session 5-2: Immunotherapeutics, Gene and Cell Therapy
Session 5-3: Polymer Therapeutics Delivery
Session 5-4: Computational Methods and Technologies for Optimization of Formulation Development and Drug Delivery

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