Meet the Experts Transporter Conference Budapest 2024

Meet the Experts Transporter Conference Budapest 2024

Conference information

Registration is open, please click here for more information and register!


It is our honor to invite you to attend the Meet the Experts Transporters and ADME symposium held in Budapest, Hungary on May 8-10, 2024.   

Not only will this be the 10th anniversary of the Meet the Experts (MEEX) Transporter meetings, but it will also mark the first time the ADME and Transporters symposium is held as a Charles River event while continuing to integrate the quality and innovation that SOLVO is known for. Advancing the science of drug transporters has been an exciting journey over the past 25 years, and our MEEX symposia have increased awareness and cultivated collaboration and dialog among our diverse scientific community. After successful international meetings in San Francisco, Tokyo, Boston, and Seoul, our next conference will be held in the beautiful and historic city of Budapest.

A taste of the speakers:

  • Dr. Yuichi Sugiyama, Professor, Josai International University, School of Pharmacy 
  • Dr. Tetsuya Terasaki, Research Director, University of Eastern Finland 
  • Dr. Bhagwat Prasad, Principal Investigator, Associate Professor, Washington State University 
  • Dr. Jashvant Unadkat, Milo Gibaldi Endowed Professor at the School of Pharmacy, University of Washington 
  • Dr. Aleksandra Galetin, Professor of Translational Pharmacokinetics, University of Manchester 
  • Dr. Kenneth Linton, Professor of Protein Biochemistry, Director of Graduate Studies, Molecular and Cellular Medicine Theme Lead, Queen Mary University London
  • Dr. Roos Masereeuw, Professor of Experimental Pharmacology, Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences in The Netherlands
  • Dr. Kristiina M. Huttunen, Associate Professor, University of Eastern Finland (UEF)
  •  Dr. Carolina Säll, Principal Scientist, Novonordisk, Denmark

Conference talks will take place on May 9-10 in the Continental Hotel Budapest.

We invite you to visit our Budapest facility on May 8 to learn more about our capabilities and talk to our experts. The site-based program includes a lab tour and a presentation from the R&D team on our newest research and technologies. Refreshments and snacks will also be provided. Participation in the facility visit is free upon registration – please make sure to check this option when signing up for the conference.

Join us for a boat dinner with a wonderful panoramic view of the Danube. During the trip you can admire the Buda Castle, the Parliament Building, and the Chain Bridge.

Call for abstract submission

It is open for all attendees. Please submit your poster abstract by the 15th of March sending to The Abstract must be submitted in English. Besides the title, author names, institution it should contain a maximum of 500 characters including spacing.

Poster parameters

The posters should be portrait format and the size of 120 by 90cm, (4 by 3 ft) and be printed by the attendee.

Contact us

Noemi Petro, Main Organizer


  • Conference (May 9-10) Early bird registration fee until February 15: 420 USD
  • Conference (May 9-10) Standard registration fee from February 16: 520 USD
  • Academic participant with poster abstract submission: Free before 15 February (please send it to
  • Student/academic fee (without poster submission/after 15 February): 280 USD
  • Boat dinner: 98 USD

Click here to register!

Cancellation policy 

Refunds for cancellations*/no show policy as follows:

45+ days prior to event | Full Refund

45 or less days prior to event | No Refund

*You may substitute an attendee at any time for no additional fee


Follow relevant guidance provided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) or your local health authority, including state and venue mandates.

Adhere to government-issued travel restrictions and guidance issued by the region you will be travelling to and the region you are travelling from.

We would kindly request anyone exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms or someone who has tested positive to stay home. Regardless of vaccination status, if you have been exposed to COVID-19, take precautions, and wear a mask. Specific guidance on COVID-19 exposure can be found here.

It is important that all attendees consider their own personal situation and the risk to themselves and other attendees before participating in the event. We encourage immunocompromised attendees to take precautions and wear a mask as well as exercise social distancing.

Registration is open, please click here for more information and register!