Cambridge Healthtech Institute's Inaugural

Advancing CNS Biotherapeutics and Crossing the Blood-Brain Barrier

( 血脑障壁 )

Innovation, New Targets, Tools, Delivery and New Research Updates

2018年1月8日 - 9日

 

Cambridge Healthtech Institute's Inaugural Advancing CNS Biotherapeutics and Crossing the Blood-Brain Barrier conference strives to bring you the hottest topics and biggest opportunities in discovering and developing highly efficacious therapeutic agents against CNS disorders and innovative strategies for delivering therapies across the blood-brain barrier (BBB). This new meeting will brainstorm ideas and share new research on topics such as the biologics for CNS targets and biomarkers, brain cancer, neurodegeneration, neuroinflammation, neuroimmunology, alteration of CNS/BBB barriers due to injury or disease, preclinical models, neuroimaging, tools for prediction of brain penetration, and updates from the industry on topics such as antibody delivery and vector-mediated transport across BBB.

This conference will feature stimulating discussions and a friendly place to network with peers. We invite you to submit a proposal to present a talk, a poster, or to attend to learn from and network with the leading experts from around the globe.

We invite presentation proposals on the following preliminary topics:

  • Biologics for diseases of CNS and BBB
  • Drug delivery and molecular transport of biotherapeutics across BBB: Ultrasound mediated delivery, molecular Trojan horses (MTH), receptor-mediated transport (RMT)
  • New CNS and BBB receptor discovery with BBB genomics/proteomics programs
  • New targets and biomarkers for CNS disorders and diseases
  • CNS and BBB at sites of pathology during disease and injury
  • Imaging in BBB and CNS: New techniques, vascular flow, case studies for preclinical evaluation
  • New preclinical tools, models and translations strategies
  • Case studies and research updates from industry
  • Nanotechnology/nanoparticles/quantum dots
  • Differences and similarities of BBB and BCSFB
  • Immune cell trafficking from periphery to central across BCSFB and BBB

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