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Organizations Cross-industry organizations and those that sponsor conferences 4 January 2020 Inhalation OrganizatiOns Drugs in the Lungs Network (a sub-group of the Inhalation Focus Group, APSGB) King's College London 150 Stamford Street London SE1 9NH United Kingdom Tel. +44 2078 484823 Contact: Ben Forbes Email: e Drugs in the Lungs Network promotes cross-company and academia/industry collaboration and welcomes anyone interested in the fate of drugs delivered to the lungs. European Pharmaceutical Aerosol Group (EPAG) Email: Website: EPAG is a non-profit consortium of pharmaceutical companies and a valued contributor to the pulmonary and nasal product development and regulation arena. Inhalation Asia, Ltd. 16 D & E, Neich Tower 128 Gloucester Road Wanchai, Hong Kong Email: Website: Inhalation Asia is a free access networking platform for inhalation drug delivery specialists. IA organizes annual meetings and pro- vides free access to its conference database. Follow IA on Link- edIn, Twitter and WeChat. Inhalation Drug Delivery Association (IDDA) Tel. +0086 18019168095 Contact: Anny Shen Email: IDDA was set up in November 2013 in Nanjing, China and is related to the science of inhalation research, industry and education. Inhalation Focus Group (APSGB) The Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences Unit Q, Troon Way Business Centre, Humberstone Lane Leicester, LE4 9HA, United Kingdom Tel. +44 1162 747351 Contacts: Jeremy Clarke, Eddie French Email: Website: A focus group within the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sci- ences, open to all members with an interest in pulmonary and nasal drug delivery. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) 2107 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 700 Arlington, VA 22201, United States Tel. +1 703 243 2800 Contact: Scott Didawick Email: Website: AAPS provides an international forum, helping exchange knowl- edge among scientists to enhance their contributions to health, by offering scientific programs, ongoing education, networking and professional development. Aerosol School Aerosol Research Lab, St Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton 50 Charlton Ave E, T2135 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, L8N 4A6 Tel. +1 905 522 1155 x33597 Contact: Myrna Dolovich Email: Website: A 3-day program, teaching measurements and techniques for characterizing medical aerosols that are used by pharma, reg- ulatory and academic labs. Practical hands-on lab experience is included. The Aerosol Society P.O. Box 34, Portishead North Somerset, BS20 7FE, United Kingdom Tel. +44 1275 818666 Contact: Sheila Coates Email: Website: Organizers of Drug Delivery to the Lungs (DDL) and other aero- sol science conferences, as well as offering funding and grants to researchers in this field. Association of Inhalation Toxicologists Contact: Joanne Kilgour Email: Website: e Association of Inhalation Toxicologists promotes open dis- cussion, exchange of ideas and presentation of high quality scien- tific research in the field of inhalation toxicology. British Society of Toxicological Pathology (BSTP) Website: Email: e BSTP are a registered charity set up to advance all aspects of toxicologic and experimental pathology for pathologists, toxicolo- gists and bioscientists though continuing educational programs.

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