The event will be kept at Oregon Wellness Sciences University’s Doernbecher Children’s Medical center in the Vey Conference Focus on the 11th Floor. The address is 700 SW Campus Drive in Portland. Registration begins at 9:30am. This program begins at 10:00am and ends at 4:00pm. Lunch shall be provided. Pre-registration is required. The day-long conference is free and open to everyone. Most of the nation’s leading researchers and medical professors can make presentations including Dr. Noel Rose, the director of the Johns Hopkins Autoimmune Disease Analysis Center. With more than 50 years of autoimmune study to his credit, Dr. Noel R. Rose is an internationally renowned professional in autoimmune disease. He was instrumental in establishing the whole field of autoimmunity, and his textbook, ‘The Autoimmune Diseases’ is a classic.Biopharmaceutical development may be the fastest-growing area within the pharmaceutical market. Approximately one-third of most pipeline products in active development are biopharmaceuticals. Regulatory requirements for assessments of these protein-based medications, or biologics, are anticipated to rapidly evolve, requiring a explanation of a drug’s rate of metabolism and how it could affect general elimination of the drug from the body. Just how it metabolizes can significantly influence the drug’s efficacy and security. Drug discovery scientists presently do not have the capability to follow the fate of the break down of protein-based drugs in vivo without understanding what they are ahead of time.