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6th International Conference on Drug Discovery and Therapy

10 Feb 2014 - 12 Feb 2014 - Dubai, UAE

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6th ICDDT: The 6th ICDDT will highlight cutting-edge advances in all major disciplines of Drug Discovery and Drug Therapy.  This three-day event will feature recent findings from leading industrial, clinical and academic experts in the field, in the form of lectures and posters.  The 6th ICDDT will be unique in promoting the translational nature of modern biomedical and pharmaceutical research, with both scientists and clinicians associated with either patient care or with drug discovery research.  A number of Nobel Laureates will deliver keynote lectures at the conference.  It will bring together leading clinicians, medicinal chemists, pharmacologists, biotechnologists, and other allied professionals to discuss and present the latest important developments in drug discovery and therapeutics. The 5th ICDDT will also provide a forum for in-depth assessment of the challenges involved in the dynamic and fast moving fields of drug discovery and therapy. 

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