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2nd International Conference and Expo on Biopharmaceutics and Biologic Drugs, will be organized around the theme “”

Biopharma 2021 is comprised of 15 tracks and 76 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Biopharma 2021.

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The globalised pharmaceutical industry is based on gathering information on changing competition structures and greater competitiveness, a lack of brand new drugs despite higher R&D expenditure, growing importance of regulatory issues (registrations, intellectual property rights, litigations), and the rapid consolidation and concentration of the global pharmaceutical industry.

  • Track 1-1Global pharmaceuticals market
  • Track 1-2Research
  • Track 1-3Development
  • Track 1-4Production
  • Track 1-5Distribution

Some people believe that digital skills are crucial not only for pharmaceutical companies' ability to enhance how they roll out new products, but also for improving the pharmaceutical industry's contribution to health care by enabling it to provide novel services that improve patient outcomes. To improve Pharma's perceived value in the health-care system, the industry is working to meet the demands of all stakeholders, including health-care providers, patients, and payers. Meanwhile, the pharmaceutical industry's mentality is evolving from vertically organised departments to cross-functional collaboration.

  • Track 2-1Systems integration
  • Track 2-2Connected devices
  • Track 2-3Connect siloed businesses
  • Track 2-4Improve supply chain efficiency
  • Track 2-5Consumer demand

Drug discovery is the procedure for discovering novel candidate pharmaceuticals in the domains of medicine, biotechnology, and pharmacology. Modern drug development entails identifying screening hits, medicinal chemistry, and optimization of those hits to improve affinity, selectivity (to lower the risk of adverse effects), efficacy or potency, and metabolic stability (to enhance the medication's shelf life).


  • Track 3-1Discovery and Development
  • Track 3-2Preclinical Research
  • Track 3-3Clinical Research
  • Track 3-4FDA Drug Review
  • Track 3-5FDA Post-Market Drug Safety Monitoring

Once a lead molecule has been identified through the drug discovery process, drug development focuses on bringing a new pharmaceutical medicine to market. It may include pre-clinical research on microbes and animals, as well as submitting for regulatory status, such as an investigational new drug application with the US Food and Drug Administration to begin human clinical trials.

  • Track 4-1Hit identification and Validation
  • Track 4-2Moving from a hit to a lead
  • Track 4-3Lead Optimization
  • Track 4-4Late Lead Optimization
  • Track 4-5Target identification and Validation

Pharmaceutical engineering is concerned with pharmaceutical science and technology, which includes the creation and manufacture of pharmaceutical products, procedures, and components (i.e. drugs & biologics). Pharmaceutical product development entails a wide range of specialties (e.g. medicinal chemists, analytical chemists, clinicians/pharmacologists, pharmacists, chemical engineers, etc.).

  • Track 5-1R&D labs
  • Track 5-2Designing quality drugs for diseases
  • Track 5-3Production and quality systems
  • Track 5-4Biopharmaceutical plants
  • Track 5-5Biomedical industries

During storage, transit, exhibition, and until a product is safely consumed, packaging plays a crucial role in providing protection, presentation, convenience, identity information, and compliance. Packaging can be thought of as a mechanism for getting a product from the manufacturer to the consumer in a safe manner. The focus of the subject is mostly on contemporary advancements in packaging technology and packaging design.

  • Track 6-1Primary Packaging
  • Track 6-2Secondary Packaging
  • Track 6-3Tertiary Packaging
  • Track 6-4Cypaks Advanced Medication Monitoring
  • Track 6-5Burgopaks Sliding Blister Pack

Medication development is the process of getting a new drug molecule into clinical use. This includes all stages of the drug development process, from fundamental research through commercialization. The clinical aspects of this process are referred to as development, while the nonclinical research components are referred to as discovery. A promising chemical for development has been discovered by researchers.


  • Track 7-1Drug Interactions
  • Track 7-2Banned Drugs
  • Track 7-3Spurious Drugs
  • Track 7-4Substandard Drugs
  • Track 7-5Misused Drugs

Drug tolerance is a sign of drug use; however it isn't always linked to drug addiction or dependence. Tolerance development is a reversible process that can be influenced by both physiological and psychological variables. Drug tolerance should not be confused with medicine tolerability, which refers to the degree to which a patient can tolerate a drug's side effects.

  • Track 8-1Risk of dependence
  • Track 8-2Addiction
  • Track 8-3Overdose
  • Track 8-4 Opioids
  • Track 8-5Reduced reaction

There are numerous reasons for expanding merchandise development outside of mature, developed economies (e.g., the EU and hence the US), and the majority of them are based on the growing markets' large population and market potential. The FDA's clinical investigation and pharmaceutical development advice is becoming increasingly multinational in its approach to emerging markets.

  • Track 9-1Manufactured
  • Track 9-2Distributed
  • Track 9-3Drug discovery: Good Laboratory Practice
  • Track 9-4Drug trials: Good Clinical Practice
  • Track 9-5Manufacturer: Good Manufacturing Practice
  • Track 9-6Distribution: Good Distribution Practice
  • Track 9-7Storage: Good Storage Practice

Clinical research work is directly associated to patient outcomes, such as in clinical trials. People within the clinical research field feel that their jobs are extremely impactful, as they are at the very forefront of wherever science becomes medicine that can improve patients' lives. Regulatory affairs (RA) scientists are involved overseeing the process of getting a drug or product through the FDA review and approval process and onto the market. Since every step in the process of product development is highly regulated, those in RA work at every step to move a drug from research and development through FDA approval.

  • Track 10-1Products are developed
  • Track 10-2Tested
  • Track 10-3Marketed

Many clinically valuable medications have been hampered by toxicity, and Smart Drug Delivery Systems (SDDS) have emerged as a panacea. The discovery of Amphotericin B as a liposome has sparked excitement and prompted massive efforts in the field of SDDS. The concept of toxicity manipulation has spawned a slew of new techniques, including targeted and physico-chemical techniques. Targeting liposomes, drug-loaded biodegradable microspheres, stimuli-responsive drug polymer conjugates, smart hydrogels, polymeric micellar particles, intelligent lipoprotein carriers, and nano carriers are among the SDDS products currently available.

  • Track 11-1Swallowing
  • Track 11-2By inhalation
  • Track 11-3By absorption through the skin
  • Track 11-4By intravenous injection
  • Track 11-5Encapsulates

Novel drug delivery systems include protein and peptide drug delivery systems. The most abundant components of living cells are proteins and peptides. Enzymes, hormones, structural elements, and immunoglobulin all have functions. Peptide bonds connect the twenty distinct naturally occurring amino acids, forming polymers known as peptides and proteins. Because of their unfavourable physicochemical features, such as enzymatic breakdown, poor membrane permeability, and big size, designing and producing a polypeptide medication delivery across the gastro intestinal system has been a persistent issue

  • Track 12-1Higher efficiency
  • Track 12-2• Lower toxicity
  • Track 12-3Bioavailability is very low
  • Track 12-4The transdermal peptide delivery
  • Track 12-5Absorption limitations

In the world of medicine, drug safety is known as medication safety. It has to do with the antagonistic effects of pharmaceutical items, as well as a variety of other logical views, such as medication responses, solution nature, and prescription error in medication use, medication viability, and phoney pharmaceuticals. Pharmacovigilance supports overall health programmes by providing reliable data for the effective assessment of a solution's risk-benefit profile. It also contributes to the evaluation of formal, uses, symptoms, damage, viability, and danger of pharmaceuticals, allowing for the safe, sound, and more viable usage of various treatments. Pharm students receive advanced training, comprehension, and clinical preparation.

  • Track 13-1Type A (augmented pharmaceutical response)
  • Track 13-2Type B (bizarre or hypersensitivity)
  • Track 13-3Pre-marketing safety assessment
  • Track 13-4Frequency of adverse drug

Pharmaceutical biotechnology has become one of the most important fields in medication development. Today, the shape and perspective of pharmaceutical elements and issues have entirely altered, and the word pharma can be regarded as a term for integrated life science techniques spanning from genetics to molecular biology to diagnostics, all with the shared objective of giving the best possible outcomes.

  • Track 14-1 Bio formulations
  • Track 14-2Antibodies
  • Track 14-3Nucleic acid products
  • Track 14-4Vaccines
  • Track 14-5Develop new products

Pharmacogenetics is the science that helps us understand the role that a person's hereditary make-up plays in how well a prescription works, as well as what symptoms are likely to occur, allowing us to better separate the hereditary causes of illnesses and find novel treatments. Pharmacogenetics refers to hereditary differences in metabolic pathways that might influence individual medication reactions, both in terms of therapeutic and antagonistic effects.

  • Track 15-1Study of genes and their functions
  • Track 15-2Heart disease
  • Track 15-3Asthma
  • Track 15-4Diabetes
  • Track 15-5 Cancer