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This meeting will bring together individuals who are actively working on drug/xenobiotic research in diverse fields including basic and clinical pharmacology and therapeutics, toxicology, oncology, endocrinology, physiology, biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, molecular and structural biology, and genetics. If you work in the fields of toxicology, pharmacy, or molecular biology or if you study xenobiotics, you can’t afford to miss this meeting!

  • The program begins on Monday, 26 June with optional short courses in the morning and afternoon. The meeting officially begins that evening with an opening presentation, keynote lecture, and reception with exhibitors.
     
  • On Tuesday, 27 June, six sessions will be presented in three concurrent session blocks. Attendees will present posters and a state-of-the-art lecture will be presented.
     
  • Wednesday, 28 June will offer attendees a second state-of-the-art lecture and another four sessions in two concurrent session blocks. A banquet will be held that evening.
     
  • The program wraps up on Thursday, 29 June after three final sessions, the presentation of the ISSX Awards, and a final state-of-the-art lecture.

Attendees will enjoy multiple opportunities to present their latest research in the areas of study related to drug metabolism, drug action, drug safety, and drug development in abstract poster and podium sessions. International exhibitors will be on-hand to showcase new products and services.

By attending this meeting you will:

  • Learn the latest information in this dynamic and specialized field through our short course program, a variety of scientific symposia on topical themes, and stimulating keynote and plenary sessions.
     
  • Expand your knowledge of drug metabolism and disposition by learning from our outstanding faculty assembled from leading experts in the field.
     
  • Gain recognition and feedback on your research by submitting an abstract and presenting a poster. All accepted abstracts will be printed in a special supplemental issue of Drug Metabolism Reviews. Students and postdocs may enter the poster competition and compete for prizes and recognition.
     
  • Engage in substantive conversations with scientists from nations around the world. 
     
  • Visit with our exhibitors who will showcase products and services important to you in your research and development.

past European Meeting Attendees' Perspectives

I particularly enjoyed the lectures given by industrial scientists. As an academic, it was very useful to hear about their perspectives and experiences.
Inspiring talks and discussions, excellent for networking.