ESCDD

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM 15th ESCDD

WEDNESDAY 11 APRIL 2018

Opening Lecture

Vincent Rotello
Direct cytosolic delivery of proteins and nucleic acids through membrane fusion: Who needs endosomes? 

Targeted Drug Delivery

Jan van Hest
to be announced

Hans Börner
Solving problems: Learning from peptides how to solubilize small molecule drugs

Andreas Lendlein
to be announced

Julien Nicolas
Vinyl polymers for biomedical applications

Ophthalmic Delivery

Subbu Venkatraman
to be announced

Sara Nicoli
Peptides in ocular delivery: drugs and potential carriers

Francine Behar-Cohen 
Electrically-assited gene delivery for the sustained production of therapeutic proteins in the eye: From bench to bedside

Sehoon Kim
to be announced

POSTER SESSION

Presentation of the POSTER AWARDS

THURSDAY 12 APRIL 2018

Targeted Drug Delivery

Hans-Joachim Galla
to be announced 

Patrick Stayton
to be announced 

Fenghua Meng
Polymersome nanomedicines for delivery of hydrophilic drugs for cancer therapy

Ruchi Bansal
to be announced 

Crossing Barriers / Brain Delivery

Hans-Joachim Galla
Suitability of in vitro blood-brain-barrier  models to predict drug delivery to the brain

Marcelo Calderon
to be announced 

Massimiliano Caiazzo
Generation of neural cells by cell reprogramming of somatic cells for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases

Novel concepts, materials and techniques in controlled drug delivery

Oren Scherman
Suitability of in vitro blood-brain-barrier  models to predict drug delivery to the brain overcoming the blood-brain barrier: post-resection drug delivery to glioblastoma multiforme using supramolecular hydrogels

Maria Jose Alonso
Intracellular delivery of therapeutic and antigenic proteins

SYMPOSIUM BANQUET

FRIDAY 13 APRIL 2018

Translational Drug Delivery Research

Heinrich Haas
to be announce

Marjo Ylippertula
to be announced 

Krzysztof Wicher
to be announced 

Ana Pêgo
to be announced 

Paolo Decuzzi
Nanoconstruct softness: A physical targeting strategy in drug delivery and biomedical imaging

Closing of the Symposium