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The Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences (APS) is the UK-based professional membership body for Pharmaceutical Scientists.

We represent individuals and organisations from around the globe, throughout their development, in the delivery of excellence in the Pharmaceutical Science sector.
 
 
Forthcoming meeting

APS Alternatives to Antibiotics
16 June 2016 - Loughborough

The time to seriously examine viable alternatives for tackling
multi-drug resistance pathogens has arrived

Urgent action is needed to tackle the "catastrophic threat"
of antimicrobial resistance, according to England's Chief Medical Officer

The Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences Microbiology and Anti-infective Focus Group presents a stimulating programme on the new antimicrobial agents in the pipeline.

These include:

  • Bacteriophage therapy

  • Probiotics

  • Antibody technology

  • Vaccines and Immune intervention

Keynote speaker at this highly topical meeting is Dr Lloyd Czaplewski (Co-Chair of a Wellcome Trust & Dept of Health (England) sponsored review into Alternatives to Antibiotics).
An international opinion leader and successful scientist entrepreneur in the antibacterial R&D sector, Dr Czaplewski is currently a champion of the Alternative to Antibiotics pioneering approaches for treatment of infectious diseases and he will be speaking specifically on this topic.

To find out more about this important event and to register, please visit https://www.apsgb.co.uk/Events/20160616/
and use the code A2A15 to take advantage of a 15% discount

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APS and RPS Awards Announcement
THURSDAY, 12 MAY 2016
APS Innovative Science Award Lecture 2016. The Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences present the Innovative Science Award and invite pharmaceutical scientists to submit an application. Entrants are welcome from researchers from across the globe in academia, industry, public service or other scientific establishments. The individual applicant should have demonstrated, through published work, a significant innovation which has the potential for application within the pharmaceutical industry. Prize The winner will receive a Commemorative Award, £1,000 in prize money and an invitation to present the Innovative Science Award Lecture on their work at APS PharmSci 2016. Submission Criteria Applicants are requested to submit their CV and a synopsis of their research of not more than 500 words, focussing on its importance to the pharmaceutical industry. Entries should be submitted via email to Alan Ramsay at info@apsgb.org including ‘Innovative Science Award 2016’ in the subject field. Your email application must include your full name and postal address, a contact telephone number, your email, and your institution or organisation’s name. Entries will be judged by an APS panel. Closing Date for Entries 31st May 2016. . 2016 Royal Pharmaceutical Society Science Award Applications are invited for the 2016 Royal Pharmaceutical Society Science Award. The winner will receive a Commemorative Award, £1,000 in prize money and an invitation to present the RPS Award Lecture on their work at the 7th Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences International PharmSci Conference on the 7th September 2016. Applications are welcome from scientists world-wide who are working in a pharmaceutical or allied discipline in industry or academia. With up to 10 years experience at post-doctoral level in September 2016, applicants must have a proven record of independent research and published work that shows outstanding promise. Applicants are invited to submit the following details by 20th May 2016:. Full CV detailing personal information, past and present appointments, research responsibilities and published work. List of research students who have worked for the applicant and their thesis titles and dates, plus any other instances of research collaborations. Details of research grants awarded and the candidate’s role. Invitations to speak at conferences in the UK and overseas, lecture or symposium titles and names of awards. A brief resume of two pages should also be submitted with the CV, indicating discoveries made. Please note copies of publications are not required. Applications should be made by 20th May 2016 preferably by email (jayne.lawrence@rpharms.com) or by post to: Jayne Lawrence, Chief Science Advisor Royal Pharmaceutical Society 66 East Smithfield, London, E1W 1AW.
APS Manufacturing Classification System
TUESDAY, 10 MAY 2016
Be Part of a Successful Global Partnership –APS Manufacturing Classification System . 'Pharmaceutical Sciences: Improving World Health'. Monday 5th – Wednesday 7th September 2016 at the Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. A roundtable session has been organised on Tuesday 6th September at 12.15-13.30, co-chaired by Kendal Pitt (GSK) and Gavin Reynolds (AstraZeneca) giving you the opportunity to input into the Manufacturing Classification System (MCS) and its implementation.. The MCS is a tool for pharmaceutical scientists to rank the feasibility of different processing routes for the manufacture of oral solid dosage forms, based on selected properties of the Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) and the needs of the formulation. The proposed MCS could be used to develop a risk assessment for manufacturing based on "ideal" ranges for API physical properties and therefore indicate how robust a manufacturing process is likely to be in relation to those properties.. This represents a very successful APS-driven Industry collaboration which has already resulted in a publication entitled “‘A proposal for a drug product Manufacturing Classification System (MCS) for oral solid dosage forms”. This was the most downloaded article in Pharmaceutical Development & Technology of 2015 and the cross-industry authors have been commended for their contribution to Pharmaceutical Development & Technology.. For more information and to register for the conference, go tohttp://www.ukpharmsci.org/register/default.asp on or before 31st July 2016 to take advantage of the Early Bird Rates for the conference..
APS Alternatives to Antibiotics Meeting
THURSDAY, 21 APRIL 2016
APS Alternatives to Antibiotics Meeting Thursday 16th June 2016 Burleigh Court - Loughborough. Keynote speaker- Dr Lloyd Czeplewski, Chairman of the Wellcome Trust/Department of Health funded review on Alternative to Antibiotics. This one day meeting focussing on exploration of possible opportunities for alternative approaches to traditional antibacterial compounds as potential clinical approaches for treating infectious diseases will be held on Thursday 16th June 2016 at Burleigh Court, Loughborough, Leicestershire (http://www.burleigh-court.co.uk/) organised by the APS Microbiology and Anti-infectives Focus Group.. Background to the Meeting:. The withdrawal last Century by the majority of Big Pharma from antibiotic research and development programmes, coupled with other aspects such as a lack of global stewardship over use, has led to the current situation where resistance has left a critical lack of efficacious compounds. The pipeline for development of new antimicrobial agents is critically stagnant and the time to seriously examine viable alternatives for tackling multi-drug resistant pathogens has arrived. The purpose for this meeting will be to allow delegates to hear presentations on a series of alternative approaches including bacteriophage and endolysin therapy, probiotics, antibody technology and immune intervention, which collectively represent the most likely of the alternative approaches to yield genuine clinical impact. Our speakers will highlight the current knowledge base of development in the field in pursuit of discovery of alternatives to antibiotics.. The purpose and aims of the APSGB Microbiology and Anti-Infectives Focus Group is to provide a forum for the discussion of all aspects of microbiology and anti-infectives research and development in the pharmaceutical industry and academia, to underpin the importance of microbiology to the pharmaceutical sciences and innovation, and to provide continuing education, resources and a voice for pharmaceutical scientists in the challenging area of antimicrobials development.. Meeting Format: . We are very pleased to offer a stimulating one day programme of presentations from high profile speakers who are leading experts in their particular fields of research into alternative approaches to traditional small molecule antibiotics, and include representatives of academia, biotechnology SMEs and the pharmaceutical industry.. The Keynote lecture will be delivered by Dr Lloyd Czeplewski, Chairman of the Wellcome Trust/Department of Health funded review on Alternative to Antibiotics, which was published in Lancet Infectious Diseases in January 2016 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1473-3099(15)00466-1). Dr Czeplewski is Founder and Director of Chemical Biology Ventures in and Abgentis, is an international opinion leader and successful scientist entrepreneur in the antibacterial R&D sector. He is currently a champion of the Alternatives to Antibiotics pioneering approaches for treatment of infectious diseases and he will be speaking specifically on this topic.. For more information and registrations, please visit us online at:. http://www.apsgb.co.uk/events/default.asp.
CALLING ALL PHARMACY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE STUDENTS
TUESDAY, 19 APRIL 2016
Pharmaceutical Sciences: Improving World Health 7th APS International PharmSci Conference . Monday 5th – Wednesday 7th September 2016 at the Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. How will you benefit from attending this year’s APS International Pharm Sci Conference?. ‘The conference put the icing on the cake. The APS can provide you with these opportunities to make those valuable connections and help you decide if industry is right for you. It’s really helped kick start my career, I can’t urge you enough to get involved and join today!’. Robert Oakley-University of Nottingham – Quote from a Student who attended last year’s conference. Register now to benefit from discounted rates of £66 for one day and up to £170 for three days for at the early bird rate until 31st July 2015. Additional discounts are available for APS members.. What Pharm Sci offers you?. · Opportunity to present your research work via a poster or being selected for a podium presentation. http://www.ukpharmsci.org/abstracts/default.asp. · Network with a broad range of scientists from fellow students to eminent professors from the key UK Universities. · Learn about the latest innovative science by attending a variety of sessions demonstrating how Pharmaceutical Scientists are striving to improve patient health globally http://www.ukpharmsci.org/programme/default.asp. · Understand how Pharmaceutical Science is applied in the Industry and what opportunities this might present for you by engaging with representatives from the Pharmaceutical Industry including Pfizer, Astra Zeneca, GSK and BMS.. . Pharm Sci includes:. · A session by the Student Association of the APS (SAPS) on Increasing your employability after your degree. · A session by the APS New Scientist Focus Group offering the opportunity for new scientists to present on Novel Approaches for Improving Health. · View and discuss posters and hear selected abstracts presented at the podium. · Visit the conference exhibition to see and talk to a range of companies offering the latest pharmaceutical science technologies and learn about potential career opportunities.. Book now at http://www.ukpharmsci.org/register to be part of this leading Pharmaceutical Sciences Conference and gain an insight into the opportunities within the Pharmaceutical Sciences..
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