Dermatology Forum

Basic&Applied Dermatology Forum- Fall 2011

Posted on August 18, 2011 by biosciencecollaborative | Edit

These programs are hosted by the Center for Dermal Research, at the Life Sciences Building, Rutgers Busch Campus. Each is free with registration- Join us 12:30-2:30 (presentation 1-2). We’ll send driving directions and a parking pass in advance- GPS will get you lost!

For Details and Registration:

September 27, 2011- “Patient-to-Patient Variability of Pharmacokinetics When Using Transdermal Drug Delivery” – Jules T. Mitchel, MBA, PhD, Target Health Inc. Click Here

October 11, 2011- “The New US Sunscreens Regulations”- David C. Steinberg, Steinberg and Associates Click Here

The Basic&Applied Dermatology Forum was founded in 1995 by Otto Mills, PhD, FCP, Adjunct Professor of Dermatology at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. This ongoing series provides a platform for presentations by academic and commercial researchers, as well as practicing dermatologists, product developers, and licensing professionals.

 

May 24, 2011, 8-3:30 at Rutgers: Zatz, Steinberg, and Mills –

Introduction to Skin Product Development

Click Here for Full Information

The Basic & Applied Dermatology Forum was founded in 2009 to support ongoing programs at Rutgers University’s School of Pharmacy and UMDNJ, the University of Medicine and Dentisty of New Jersey.

Since 1995, Dr. Otto Mills has been convening seminars to invite internal and external researchers to present their work. Formerly called the Skin Club, the Dermatology Forum works with multiple offices, researchers, and companies.

Coming May 24, 2011- Introduction to Developing Skin Products Click Here to Register. Click Here to Receive Updates.

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