Meet experts directly involved in biological study design and implementation.

Who will benefit?. Find out what is a best practice approach to injecting more biologic drugs into your clinical portfolio. Meet experts directly involved in biological study design and implementation. Learn more about the specific regulatory guidelines and the level of proof required to satisfy the institutions. Do you understand the perspectives of all stakeholders, ie authorities, sponsors, key laboratories and experienced biological investigator. Come to benchmark, share experiences and help best practice best-practice approach to biological clinical development. Building stronger ties a better understanding a better understanding of the challenges posed by various actors who all face crucial in planning and implementing a successful study.

, A successful early-stage strategy for Biological Studies The participants of this event given a broader understanding of how strategically consider the requirements that reduce specific biologics in the operational planning for an early phase of the clinical trial, the best opportunity to save time, risk, reduce costs and show to – value product features early in the development. – Why attend?. Risk, reduceAdvancing Biologics from the laboratory to the clinic Conference, January 2011This two day event will be from the existing, highly successful event, focuses more and in depth industry, regulatory and scientific perspectives on the development of what factors the is to prevent the progression of biologics in clinical development. Industry experts to talk about their experiences and give insight into the key components that make up.The WISDM-68 provides a complete picture of smokers by votes responses to the questions in Figure 13 areas of, smokeh Center. Emotional bond to smoking , in reaction to other smokers , smoking, smoking, release stress, for more intellectual stimulation , or smoke automatically . The 68 – Ask measure has been developed by the University of Wisconsin Transdisciplinarity Tobacco Use Research Center.