Kensington Conference and Events Centre

London, UK
17-19 May 2017

Call for abstracts

Abstracts are now available to download as an e-book in Frontiers in Pharmacology (Impact factor: 4.418).

01.09.17 – Abstracts have now been published and indexed by Fronts in Pharmacology. View here


Congratulations to the following authors who were presented with their awards at the EUFEMED 2017 Conference dinner at the Museum of London.

Oral Presentation Prize

1st Prize – 3.1 (Awarded €250)
Linde Buntinx (Leuven, Belgium)
Activation of PAC1 by maxadilan: a new human target engagement biomarker

2nd Prize – 3.2
Josué K Mfopou (SGS Belgium nv)
Human challenge studies in healthy volunteers: considerations for practical implementation

3rd Prize  – 3.4
Sylvie Rottey (Ghent, Belgium)
A pilot phase Ib feasibility study of ARGX-110 in patients with nasopharyngeal carcinoma

Poster Prize 

1st Prize– P19 (Awarded €250)
Neil Fawkes (BioKinetic Europe)
A new approach to the performance evaluation of new blood glucose monitoring systems in the hypoglycaemic range for regulatory approval

2nd Prize – P13
David Jung (Bayer AG)
First in Human (FIH) studies in healthy volunteers – a 10 year review

3rd Prize – P9
Iain Fraser  (Abide Therapeutics)
Preclinical characterization and first-in-human administration of a selective monoacylglycerol lipase inhibitor, ABX-1431

Abstracts of the presentations can be viewed in the Final Programme and Abstract Book.





A Presenter rate of £326  + VAT (including access to scientific sessions, refreshments and lunch on day(s) attending and conference materials, attendance at the Welcome Reception on Wednesday 17 May 2017 and a ticket to the Conference Dinner on Thursday 18 May 2017) will be available for presenting first-authors once authors have been notified.

Prizes will be awarded for the best oral presentation and the best poster presentation. Oral presentations will take place on Thursday 18 May during session 3; Innovative methods and imaging techniques in early medicines development. Posters will be on display for the duration of the conference with a dedicated guided poster session during the lunch break on Thursday 18 May. The winner of each category will be announced at the Conference Dinner on Thursday 18 May at The Museum of London. All accepted abstracts will be printed in the Final Programme and available on the conference and EUFEMED websites.