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World PK/PD Summit

28 Nov 2012 - 29 Nov 2012 - Frankfurt, Germany



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At the 4th World PK/PD Summit, drug developers can benefit from numerous  industry solutions regarding issues related to what models are most appropriate to implement in PK/PD studies, how PK/PD can be used to identify disease-specific biomarkers and how you can achieve maximum efficacy whilst minimising the effects of drug toxicity. 

You will hear from market leaders and listen to industry specific case studies, allowing you to identify the most cutting edge PK/PD approaches in a practical and commercial setting. Improving procedures that lead to dose-optimisation will allow you to make better informed decisions and manage toxicity as effectively as possible.  You will also be able to meet others who are investing in this field to fully understand how to implement the most up-to-date PK/PD analysis throughout the drug development pipeline. This is the only meeting that brings leading drug developers together under one roof to deal with the issues head on. 





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