• Date and time: Monday 24 June 2019, 9.30am to Tuesday 25 June 2019, 4pm
  • Location: Spring Lane Building, Campus West, University of York (Map)
  • Audience: Open to . All welcome!
  • Admission: £100 (Members of the iPiE project consortium are FREE-see details below), booking required

Event details

Over the past 4.5 years, the IMI, a public-private partnership between the European Commission and EFPIA, has funded the iPiE project to develop frameworks that utilize information from toxicological studies, pharmacological mode of action and computational tools to support intelligence-based environmental testing of pharmaceuticals in drug development and to prioritise legacy pharmaceuticals (those authorized prior to the 2006 enactment of Medicines Agency requirements) for targeted environmental risk assessment and/or environmental (bio) monitoring. This two-day international conference, which marks the completion of the iPiE project, will act as a forum to disseminate the results of the project while also providing opportunity to others working on the prioritisation and intelligent assessment of pharmaceuticals, to present their work.

Registration

Registration

Registration includes costs of attendance, lunches and tea and coffee breaks.

Member of iPiE project consortium £0 Register

Other participants £100 Buy ticket

NOTE: Registration and ticketing will close 17th June 2019

Maps and Directions

Maps

The event will be held in the Spring Lane Teaching Building on Campus West at the University of York (cell D3 on the printable map below).

Spring Lane Teaching Building
397 Harewood Way
Heslington
York
YO10 5DS

campus west map (PDF , 1,969kb)

Travel and parking 

We encourage attendees to travel via public transport where possible. Parking at the University is extremely limited and it is significantly easier to arrive by train and then take a bus or taxi.

For details on how to get to the University please click here

Accommodation

There are a number of hotels located near to the University. 

Travelodge York Hull Road

Location- 5 minute drive/20 minute walk to campus
Disability Access- There is no lift at this hotel. All bedrooms have ensuite shower rooms

Wheatlands Lodge

Location- In the centre of York, 5 minute walk from York train station and Uni (66) bus stop
Disability Access- No lift, only ground floor rooms are accessible

Ibis York Centre

Location- In the centre of York, 8 minute walk from York train station and a 4 minute walk to the Uni (66) bus stop at Nunnery Lane car park
Disability Access- DDA compliant, 3 x accessible rooms

Novotel York

Location- In the centre of York, 9 minute bus journey to York station and 1 minute walk to bus stop for both the campus and train station.
Disability Access- 4 x accessible rooms.

Pavilion Hotel

Location- 5 minute drive/25 minute walk to campus
Disability Access- 1 accessible room available (wet room with grab rails, wheelchair access via external door)

Principal York

Location- Located next to York train station. Bus from the station to campus is only £1 per day if you have traveled to York by train
Disability Access- DDA compliant, 4 x accessible rooms

Acknowledgment

The iPiE project has received support from the Innovative Medicines Initiative Joint Undertaking under iPiE grant agreement n° 115735, resources of which are composed of financial contribution from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) and EFPIA companies’ in kind contribution.