At Crystal Pharmatech, we have an accomplished Scientific Advisory Board whom we admire. For the past few years, we have highlighted our Board in half-day symposia held in various cities.  The talks are free and followed by a networking session for all attendees.

Stay tuned for new information on our Symposium programs!

2018 Symposium

CMC Symposium: New Drug Development

June 11th-13th, Suzhou, China

          Elizabeth Vadas - New Drug Development: from Molecule to Product

          Steven Hu - Developability Assessment in New Drug Discovery and Development

          Cheng Zhang  - IP Strategy in New Drug Development

          Russ Outcalt - Managing Drug Substance in a Development Program

          Kevin Wang - Organic Synthesis - From Medicinal Chemistry to Scale-up

           Donghao Chen - DPI formulation: the Art of Science and Engineering

          Yanbin Huang  - Long-acting Injectable Solids

          Shanming Kuang - Case Studies of Pharmaceutical Solid Solution

          Joel Bernstein - Facts and Fictions of Polymorphism

         Greg Stephenson - Applications of Diffraction in Solid State Chemistry

2017 Symposium  

Impact of Solid State on Successful Pharmaceutical

Development Candidates

October 24th 2017, Boston MA


          Matthew Peterson, Ph. D.  Biogen

          Andrey Peresypkin, Vertex - Senior Scientific Fellow, Group leader in MDC

          Frank Waligora, MBA, VP Chemistry, manufacturing and Control, Cu

          Jacob Sizemore, Principal Scientist, Agios

Preclinical Development Thru the Eyes of Experts

March 2017, San Francisco CA

          Joel Bernstein,  Ben Gurion University

                    Facts and Fictions of Polymorphism

          Elizabeth Vadas, InSciTech (link to talk: X)

                      Preclinical Formulation Development and the Impact of Solid Form

          Russel Outcalt, R. Outcalt Consulting, LLC (link to talk: X)

                      Managing Drug Substance Supply in a Development Program

          Nair Rodrigquez, University of Michigan (link to talk: X)

                      How Not to be Wrong About Cocrystals 

2016 Symposium

March 2016, Cambridge MA

Solid-State Strategies in Pharmaceutical Development

          Elizabeth Vadas, InSciTech

                    Sane Preclinical Development

          Lian Yu, University of Wisconsin-Madison

                    Stability of Amorphous Pharmaceuticals:  A Key Role for Surface Mobility

          Nair Rodrigquez, University of Michigan

                    How to Fine Tune Cocrystal Solubility

          Kevin Roberts, University of Leeds      

                    Computational approaches for API isolation