Program

The program of the event will have relevant and current issues in the area of therapeutic drug monitoring and clinical toxicology, promoting discussions within the theme: "Therapeutic Monitoring of Drugs and Clinical Toxicology for a Globalized World." The activities will be mediated and presented by Brazilian and international scientists and professionals, who are actively involved in this theme, with a view to improving patient care in a wide range of economic and social settings. 

Preliminary Program
 
22/09/2019 - Sunday
18:00 - 19:30
Welcome address: Rafael Linden, 2019 Congress Organizing Committee
Presidential Welcome address: Teun van Gelder, President, IATDMCT

Plenary presentation: Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Clinical Toxicology for a Globalized World
(Pierre Wallemacq, Belgium)

IATDMCT awards: Loralie Langman, Past-President, IATDMCT
19:30 - 21:00
Welcome reception
20:00 - 23:00
Young scientists night out
 
23/09/2019 - Monday
07:45 - 08:40
Room 1
Morning session Anti-infective
Clinical use of PK/PD for individualization of antibiotic therapy
at the ICU (Birgit Koch, The Netherlands)
Room 2
Morning session
Pharmacogenetic of tamoxifen


Prospective Studies of Tamoxifen Pharmacogenetics and Metabolism: what have we learned (Jesse Swen, The Netherlands)

PGx of tamoxifen: metastatic advanced patients in Japanese population (Yusuke Tanigawara, Japan)
08:45 - 10:30
Room 1
Symposium TDM in oncology
Exposure-response relationships of commonly used Mabs

TDM of biologics in oncology- what can we learn from biologics used in inflammatory disease and how to apply in oncology?
(Annick de Vries, The Netherlands)

Exposure-response relationships of commonly used Mab
(Fabienne Thomas-Jean, France)

Modeling of PK-PD relationships of monoclonal antibodies in Oncology: benefit for the development of the drug, benefit for the patients
Room 2
Symposium Immunosuppressive Drugs TDM of Immunosuppressive Drugs-personalized therapy

Tacrolimus intracellular concentrations: improving patient and graft care
(Florian Lemaitre, France)

Update of immunosuppressive drugs TDM in pediatric population (Tomoyuki Mizuno, USA)

Insight anti-infective drugs in transplant recipients
(Andrea Diniz, Brazil)
Room 3
Symposium Biologicals
Proactive therapeutic drug monitoring of biologics in inflammatory bowel diseases: induction treatment and cost


Induction anti-TNF concentrations and primary nonresponse in adult IBD patients
(Niels Vande Casteele, USA)

Is there a place for therapeutic drug monitoring of drugs other than infliximab for inducing response in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases?
(Erwin Dreesen, Belgium)

Financial implications of anti-TNF therapeutic drug monitoring
(Murray Barclay, New Zealand)
10:30 - 11:00
Coffee break at the exposition area
11:00 - 12:15
Plenary session
Irving Sunshine Award Winner
Patsalos Award Winner
12:15 - 13:30
Poster presentation and Industry workshop - Symposium Waters
Poster Presentation List
13:30 - 14:45
14:45 - 15:15
Coffee break at the exposition area
15:15 - 17:00
Room 1
Symposium Young scientists

Alternative sampling strategies to support therapeutic drug monitoring of anti-TB drugs in TB endemic areas.
(Samiksha Ghimire, The Netherlands)

Study design and reporting matters: why IATDMCT members work was not included in important Systematic Reviews of TDM
(Jana Stojanova, Chile)

Challenges and opportunities for model-informed precision dosing in very young children (Tomoyuki Mizuno, USA)
Room 2
Symposium: Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in developing countries

Therapeutic monitoring of immunosuppressive drugs
(Renato Foresto, Brazil)

How can we bridge the gap between developed and developing countries in TDM?
(Paula Schaiquevich, Argentina)

Improving the old and in with the new: the expanding role of TDM in the management of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
(Andres Felipe Zuluaga, Colombia)
Room 3
Symposium Anti-infective agents and therapeutic drug monitoring: the ultimate precision medicine when no two patients are alike

The role of the laboratory in achieving personalised anti-infective TDM
(Danijela Kocic, Australia)

Renal replacement therapy and antimicrobial therapy: a knowledge vacuum
(Jan-Willem Alffenaar, The Netherlands)

Therapeutic drug monitoring and safety of voriconazole therapy in patients with hepatic disease (Miao Yan, China)
17:00 - 18:00
Room 1
Businesses meetings of scientific committees
Room 2
Businesses meetings of scientific committees
Room 3
Businesses meetings of scientific committees
18:00 - 20:00
Room 1
Brazilian Cocktail
 
24/09/2019 - Tuesday
07:45 - 08:40
Room 1
Morning session
Alternative sampling strategies

Dried blood sampling techniques distinct from dried blood samples: what’s available and what’s the status?
(Christophe Stove, Belgium)
Room 2
Morning session
Immunosuppressive Drugs

Biomarkers in transplantation
(Pierre Marquet, France)
08:45 - 10:30
Room 1
Symposium Anti infective
Not just tuberculosis: the therapeutic challenges of acid-fast organisms


Nocardia, the ultimate opportunist
(Debbie Marriott, Australia)

Mycobacterium abscessus: a rising pathogen (Michael Neely, USA)

Non-tuberculous mycobacteria: does TDM have a place?
(Jan-Willem Alffenaar, The Netherlands)
Room 2
Symposium
New psychotropic drugs


Techniques for Toxicokinetic Studies of NPS (Markus Meyer, Germany)

Epidemiology of NPS consumption by oral fluid analysis (Jose Luiz da Costa, Brazil)

Detection of NPS requires NPS (New Performant Strategies)
(Christophe Stove, Belgium)
Room 3
Symposium
Clinical use of precision dosing software


Current and Future Developments in Model-Informed Precision Dosing (Ron Keiser, USA)

Chances and challenges for implementation of precision dosing software from a pharmacometric perspective
(Sebastian Wicha, Germany)

Use of PBPK model simulator for the individualized therapy (Ikuko Yano, Japan)
10:30 - 11:00
Coffee break at the exposition area
11:00 - 12:15
Plenary session
Advanced TDM of tacrolimus
(Pierre Marquet, France)
12:15 - 13:30
Industry workshop - Symposium Shimadzu
Fully automated sample preparation procedure for TDM by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry
(Marcos Albieri Pudenzi, Shimadzu)

Poster presentation
Poster presentation List
14:30 - 18:00

Excursion to Iguassu Falls
(optional activity, not included in registration fee)

Social activity at the hotel
 
25/09/2019 - Wednesday
07:45 - 08:40
Room 1
Morning session
Clinical Toxicology


Immunotoxicity: drug-induced and herbal-induced hypersensitivity reactions (Manuela Neuman, Canada)

Oxidative Stress and Inflammation in Kidney Transplantation. The effect of immunosuppression (Eberhard Wieland, Germany)

Room 2
Morning session
Toxicology & Environmental Health


Metals/lead poisoning in the 21st century
Changing paradigms: serum vs whole blood lead concentrations
(Souleiman El Balkhi, France)

Lead: The human risk from drinking water
(David Kinniburgh, Canada)
08:45 - 10:30
Room 1
Symposium Pharmacogenetic
PGx in oncology


DPYD and 5-FU
(Teun van Gelder, The Netherlands)

UGT1A1 and beyond. Can a validated molecular signature be used to guide the prescription of irinotecan with associated therapies in advanced colorectal or pancreatic cancers?
(Jean Christophe Boyer, France)

Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors and PGx of ABCG2 (Tomohiro Terada, Japan)
Room 2
Symposium Alternative sampling strategies
What’s new in microsampling


Adduct monitoring in blood microsamples (Lisa Delahaye, Belgium)

Drug monitoring via fingerprints
(Melanie Bailey, UK)

IATDMCT method validation guidelines for dried blood spot assays
(Jan-Willem Alffenaar, The Netherlands)
Room 3
Symposium
Contributed papers
Oral Presentations  -  Click here
10:30 - 11:00
Coffee break at the exposition area
11:00 - 12:15
Plenary session
Biomarkers as primary clinical outcomes markers for the development of new immunosuppressants
(Uwe Christians, USA)
12:15 - 13:30
Industry workshop - Symposium Thermo Scientific
Performing Mass Spectrometry Based Analysis with Confidence : Robust, Reliable, Sensitive Assays for Toxicology
(Xiaolei Xie, Ph.D Manager - Clinical Research Vertical Market)

Poster presentation
Poster Presentation List
13:30 - 14:45
14:45 - 15:15
Coffee break at the exposition area
15:15 - 17:00
Room 1
Symposium
Mass spectrometry in clinical and forensic toxicology


Qualitative and Quantitive Solutions in 24/7 Toxicological Analysis
(Marcus Meyer, Germany)

High-resolution mass spectrometry for fentanyl analog screening, confirmation and discovery
(Michelle Wood,UK)

Ready to use Mass Spectrometry based Solutions for Toxicology (Diego Assis, Brazil)
Room 2
Symposium Toxicology & Environmental Health
Environmental pollutants and health outcomes: an overview of recent evidence


Bisphenols and metabolic diseases
(Nicolas Venisse, France)

Pesticide environmental exposure: molecular and biochemical biomarkers and morphometric parameters in pregnant women, placenta and newborn
(Gladis Magnarelli, Argentina)

Effects of a mixture of persistent organic pollutants on the thyroid function of a Belgian population
(Patrice Dufour, Belgium)
Room 3
Symposium Pharmacometrics

R-shiny tools for pharmacometrics in drug development
(Patrick Nolain, France)

Development and applications of pharmacometric tools for routine clinical practices
(Jean Baptiste Woillard, France)

Implementing model-based dosing in clinical practice
(Birgit Koch, The Netherlands)
17:00 - 18:00
Room 1
IATDMCT AGM (Annual General Meeting)
 
26/09/2019 - Thursday
08:45 - 10:00
Room 1
Symposium
Contributed papers
Oral Presentations  -  Click here
Room 2
Symposium Clinical Toxicology
Emergencies in Toxicology

Scorpion envenomation in South America
(Fábio Bucaretchi, Brazil)

Acute Intoxications: taking clinical decisions before laboratory results
(Eduardo Mello de Capitani, Brazil)

Analytical Strategy for Effective 24/7 ClinTox Services - From Screening to Simplified Blood Level Assessment
(Hans H. Maurer, Germany)
10:00 - 10:30
Coffee break at the exposition area
10:30 - 11:15
Plenary session
Breaking the devotion to breakpoints and P-values for anti-infectives
(Michael Neely, USA)
11:15 - 12:45
Closing ceremony
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