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Partnership Opportunities in Drug Delivery

14 Oct 2014 - 15 Oct 2014 - Boston, MA, USA



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The ultimate goal for PODD is to foster a meeting place that inspires innovation and advancement of drug development and delivery as well as providing support for the leaders behind the movement.

The 4th Annual PODD, Partnership Opportunities in Drug Delivery is designed with three purposes:

  • To present a strategic level program for pharma and biotech business development professionals with a thorough overview of the latest drug delivery technologies available along with an update on deals and opportunities to improve therapies and extend the life cycle of a drug.

  • To provide drug delivery and specialty pharmas with a platform to present their technologies and get the latest insights on what the delivery and formulation needs are.
  • To offer ample networking time, facilities and services for one-on-one meetings to establish new business contacts and enhance existing ones.


Technology Network readers receive a 15% discount with code TN15

 Register Here www.theconferenceforum.org/events/partnership-opportunities-in-drug-delivery/



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