Prof. Imre Klebovich
Prof. Vinod. P. Shah
Prof. László Endrényi
|Co-Chairs of the Conference
The International Conference on Advances in the Area of Bioequivalence (ICAB 2015) will be held on Margaret Island, Budapest, Hungary, on November 14, 2015. This one-day conference is unique in nature. It will be focusing on bioequivalence – regulatory aspects of bioequivalence, biosimilars, bioanalytics, in vitro dissolution and drug release perspectives, advances in pharmaceutical technology, drug development and beyond. The conference topic will also update on new BCS draft guidance and biowaivers.
The conference will provide ample opportunities for the participants to interact with international speakers on different topics. Researchers are invited to make presentations on new approaches for targeted drug delivery. Interactive panel discussion moderated by well-known professors of the field will provide a platform to answer questions on everyday drug development and registration. Participants could view the exhibition of leading international analytical/bioanalytical and dissolution tester manufacturers, CROs and biological sample transportation companies assuring GLP and GCP-conform conditions. The exhibition will be well-suited to the professional program of the Conference.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all the speakers who have decided to come to Budapest to debate the newest results in this important discipline. Finally, our thanks go to all event partners for helping to make ICAB 2015 a success.
The venue of the conference is the Hotel Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget****Superior located on the beautiful Margaret Island in Budapest, Hungary. We look forward to welcoming you all and your colleagues at this one-day International Conference on Advances in the Area of Bioequivalence.
We wish all participants an enriching stay in the beautiful milieu of Margaret Island with a special atmosphere of the UNESCO protected Music Fountain and Water Tower, and the exciting science that will be presented.