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Industry organizations including those that sponsor conferences 4 January 2023 Inhalation OrganizatiOns Drug Delivery Partnerships Tel. +1 212 600 3450 Website: https://informaconnect.com/biopharm-america/drug- delivery-partnerships e Drug Delivery Partnerships Conference, which includes virtual content, is part of Biotech Week Boston and is pre- sented by BioPharma America Digital, Informa Connect and the EBD Group. Drugs in the Lungs Network King's College London 150 Stamford Street London SE1 9NH United Kingdom Email: ben.forbes@kcl.ac.uk 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) Website: www.epag.co.uk EPAG is a non-profit consortium of pharmaceutical companies and a valued contributor to the pulmonary and nasal product development and regulation arena. International Pharmaceutical Aerosol Consortium (IPAC) 1500 K Street NW Washington, DC, 20005, United States Tel. +1 202 230 5133 Website www.ipacinhaler.org IPAC seeks to ensure that global environmental policies relevant to inhaled therapies appropriately balance both patient care and sustainability objectives. International Pharmaceutical Aerosol Consortium on Regulation & Science (IPAC-RS) 1500 K Street, NW Washington DC 20005, United States Tel. +1 202 230 5607 Website: www.ipacrs.org IPAC-RS is an international association focused on the advance- ment of scientifically-driven approaches that enhance product quality of OINDPs for the benefit of patients. International Society for Aerosols in Medicine (ISAM) e.V., Stockumer Stra├če 30 D-59368, Werne, Germany Tel. +49 2389 9038905 Website: www.isam.org ISAM advances the exchange of information on aerosol research in medicine. It organizes international congresses, workshops, etc. and has an official journal for publications. 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 Website: www.aerosolschool.com 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 PO Box 226 Bristol, BS20 1EG, United Kingdom Tel. +44 1275 849019 Email: info@ddl-conference.com; admin@aerosol-soc.com Website: www.ddl-conferencecom; www.aerosol-soc.com 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. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) and AAPS Inhalation and Nasal Community (INC) 2107 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 700 Arlington, VA 22201, United States Tel. +1 703 243 2800 Website: www.aaps.org 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. Association of Inhalation Toxicologists (AIT) Website: www.aitoxicology.org 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) PO Box 819 Harrogate HG1 9XF, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom Tel: +44 7894 123533 Website: www.bstp.org.uk e BSTP is a registered charity, established to advance all aspects of toxicologic and experimental pathology for patholo- gists, toxicologists and bioscientists by providing high quality educational opportunities for those working in the field of toxicological and experimental pathology.

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