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3rd Annual Clinical Trials & Outsourcing Asia Congress 2014

27 Feb 2014 - 28 Feb 2014 - Shanghai, China



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The 3rd Annual Clinical Trials & Outsourcing Asia Congress, co-located with the 4th Annual Pharma R&D World Asia Congress will bring together over 150 senior level decision makers working within clinical research throughout Asia and Asia Pacific regions.

The booming growth of clinical activities in Asia and Asia Pacific regions has advanced the opportunity for business success. Industry leaders believe that the Asian market will overtake the US by 2020.

The conference programme consists of world-class keynote addresses, industry and academic led presentations and special VPs and Directors panel discussions as well as ample networking opportunities creating an interactive platform for high-level scientific and business discussions.

On day one hear from senior experts discussing global and local clinical development strategies. Other topics will include clinical development in oncology and other therapeutic areas, obtaining maximum success from CRO selection and implementing biomarkers into clinical research.

Day two will focus on clinical trial management strategies capable of minimising costs, accelerating clinical trial timelines and speeding up drug approval. Our conference will also include discussions on clinical supply chain and cold chain management to minimise cost and maximise efficiency.



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