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  Events - February 2014


Phase I & IIa Clinical Trials

25 Feb 2014 - 26 Feb 2014 - London, UK



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This year’s theme is The science and strategy of early drug development: What succeeds and what to avoid - and our aim is to promote innovation through lateral thinking by creating an open atmosphere for exchanging knowledge between industry, academia and the regulators.

Which development models are supportive of innovation? What can you take away from a failed study and how can it inform your next decisions? And how can you get the most out of your early phase studies?

With brand new formats, increased audience participation and an exceptional speaker faculty, Phase I & IIa Clinical Trials is a must attend event for early phase clinical professionals.


www.informa-ls.com/phase1


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