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PharmSci 2018: Drug Delivery and the Microbiome Return to listing


The recent academic and industrial interest in the microbiome field stems from its role in regulating both health and disease. As such, there is significant potential in therapies that either directly perturb the microbiome, or harness the microbiome to improve the delivery of therapeutics. We believe this is a timely topic: nationally, many large pharma and start-ups are developing a new generation of microbe-based therapeutics, with a number already in clinical trials. We believe research initiatives that integrate cutting edge drug delivery technologies from pharmaceutical sciences with microbiology is necessary to ensure the success of these next-generation microbe therapeutics. To address the current trend and training needs, the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy will host this year's Chapel Hill PharmSci conference focused on the interface between drug delivery and the microbiome.

  Location: The Friday Center
  Date: Monday, June 04, 2018
  Time: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  Sponsor: UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
  Presenters: Matthew Henn
Sam Lai
Aaron Cohen Anselmo
Leaf Huang
Matthew Redinbo
Lawrence David
Nathan Crook
M. Andrea Azcarate-Peril
Hyun Jung Kim
Bo Li
Zhen Gu
David Alexander Zaharoff
Dave Ousterout
Seyoum Ayehunie
Anushree Chatterjee
  Price: Registrant Specific
  Pay Methods:  Check  Credit Card  UNC Account
  Payment Notes: Please make checks payable to UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
  For more information, contact the event administrator: Chris Hill hillchristopherj@unc.edu