By Stacey May
One of the most interesting aspects of my job at AAPS is to review all of the screened abstracts for targeted outreach to the scientific community, the media, and the public. I’m particularly excited about the science coming out of this year’s AAPS National Biotechnology Conference (NBC), not only in the submitted abstracts but in the scientific program and affiliated workshops as well.
Starting this week, the AAPS Blog will be highlighting issues and techniques that will be featured at NBC, including research and discovery, chemistry manufacturing and controls (CMC), pharmaceutical excipients, protein aggregation, antibody drug conjugates, biological stability, design of experiments, and more … .
Stay tuned for some exciting science, and we hope to see you at the 2015 AAPS National Biotechnology Conference this June in San Francisco!
Stacey May has served as AAPS director of Public Relations, Outreach, and eLearning since 2002. She has a Master of Arts in molecular and cellular biology and biochemistry. When not meeting with graduate students, she enjoys teaching her young kids about science.