New seminar series puts focus on Swedish drug development

2021-02-04

This spring semester, SweDeliver and NextBioForm invite to online lunch seminars. Welcome to experience frontline research with a focus on industrial challenges in drug delivery and the development of biologically based drugs.

“The format with 1 topic, 30 minutes presentation and 15 minutes discussion works perfectly, and by being online we gather participants from all the Nordic countries. In general, we have a large, broad and good representation from both academia and industry, and lectures as well as the subsequent conversations are of very high quality”, states Alexandra Teleki, Center co-Director at SweDeliver, national competence center in drug delivery.

The seminars are led by the two competence centers' postdocs and PhD students; young, promising researchers with the potential to lead the future in Swedish life science - and who already today conduct research at the forefront and continuously generate qualitative publications.

“SweDeliver and NextBioForm have much in common, and we see good opportunities to expand our collaboration. With this seminar series, we want to contribute to new ideas and our ambition is to, as the situation allows, arrange a joint conference and workshop,” says Alexandra Teleki.

The seminars are arranged via Zoom on Thursdays at 12.15–13.00. See SweDeliver's event page for current program and links.

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FACTS

  • SweDeliver is a national competence center in drug delivery. With Uppsala University's Faculty of Pharmacy as the academic hub and 16 industrial partners, SweDeliver conducts research on parenteral, oral and pulmonary administration.
  • NextBioForm is a center with 18 partners, providing cutting edge research on industrially relevant issues for formulation and characterisation of biologically based drug products.

CONTACT

Alexandra Teleki
Center co-Director, SweDeliver
alexandra.teleki@farmaci.uu.se

text: Magnus Alsne, photo: Mikael Wallerstedt

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Last modified: 2021-06-22