AIT Webinar Series October 2020: Please see our events page for more details
Webinar 1: Tuesday 13th October 2020 – 50 minutes commencing at 13:00 GMT
Inhalation Delivery and SARS Preclinical Models. Presented by J. McDonald (Lovelace Biomedical).
Webinar 2: Thursday 15th October 2020 – 50 minutes commencing at 13:00 GMT
Early De-risking Approaches for Identification of Anti-Fibrotics for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) Treatment. Presented by C. Roper, M. McElroy and J. Aarbiou (Charles River Laboratories).
Webinar 3: Tuesday 20th October 2020 – 50 minutes commencing 13:00 GMT
Phase I: The transition from nonclinical to clinical and beyond. Presented by C. Laing (Covance).
Webinar 4: Thursday 22nd October 2020 – 50 minutes commencing at 13:00 GMT
Regulatory Toxicology: Safety Margin Assessments of Inhalation Drug Products. Presented by D. Jones (MHRA, UK) and L. Pei (FDA, US).
Places to attend each webinar will be limited and you will be asked to register for each talk you want to attend. Early registration is highly recommended. Registration details will be posted soon.....
AIT CONFERENCE - Notification of delay 2020
After some very difficult discussions and careful consideration of the expanding coronavirus outbreak, and to ensure the safety and well-being of our organisers, participants and speakers, the AIT has reluctantly taken the decision to postpone the AIT conference for 1 year (Tuesday 19th to Thursday 21st October 2021 in Gothenburg, Sweden).
The AIT committee hope you all stay safe and well during the current pandemic.
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