17th Congress of the European Society for Developmental Perinatal and Paediatric Pharmacology


4058 Basel / SCHWEIZ,
Congress Center Basel, Messeplatz 21


28.05.2019 08:00Uhr bis 30.05.2019 18:30Uhr


- How to better use model-based adaptive trial design in paediatrics - Development of an international guideline on paediatric extrapolation (ICH) - Child friendly, age-appropriate formulations: how important are excipients? - Drug formularies for children: time for a global approach! - Adverse drug reactions across the paediatric age continuum - Personalized medicine in children: more than just development? - Pharmacogenomics: a cornerstone of precision medicine for childhood cancer - New emerging therapies for genetic diseases (e.g., mucopolysaccharidoses, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, spinal muscular dystrophies, cystic fibrosis) - Immunotherapy for paediatric cancer - Pharmacology of cannabis in adolescents - Personalized optimal dosing computation in neonates and children with thyroid diseases - How to dose neonates and children during ECMO, haemodialysis and haemofiltration - Alternative avenues to perform Therapeutic Drug Monitoring: use of saliva, dry blood spots and exhaled air! - Implementation of e-health devices in clinical and pharmacological research in kids - The role of the placenta in fetal and perinatal pharmacology - Drug-drug interactions and education of health care providers - How to conduct a successful neonatal clinical trial: the example of inhaled steroids - How to optimize the use of microdosing in the neonatal and paediatric pharmacology - Optimal use of antibacterial agents in the neonatal and paediatric population across the globe - The opioid epidemic: what is new in the area of neonatal abstinence syndrome - How to optimize pharmacotherapy in paediatric obesity - New approaches in the treatment of pulmonary hypertension - Update on research infrastructures across the globe (i-ACT, IMI2, FDA-funded clinical trial research networks) - Post-meeting educational symposium


Dr. Victoria Ziesenitz / Prof. Johannes van den Anker