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Bioassays 2014: Scientific Approaches & Regulatory Strategies

24 Mar 2014 - 25 Mar 2014 - Silver Spring, MD, USA



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Bioassays 2014: Scientific Approaches & Regulatory Strategies will be held March 24 – 25, 2014 at the Sheraton Hotel in Silver Spring, Maryland. “Bioassays" has established itself as a premier conference and unique opportunity for participants and opinion leaders to discuss and debate current regulatory and industry topics regarding bioassays. Bioassays 2014 is structured to encourage attendee interaction. Each session includes case study presentations followed by a panel discussion allowing for lively dialogue between attendees from academia, industry and regulatory agencies. As in previous years, we expect this format to result in additional focus on the technical and regulatory details of the topic. Regulatory participation from the US FDA, Health Canada and various European agencies has grown each year. In addition, an exhibitor showcase and poster reception at the end of Day One will give attendees the opportunity to present additional topics and continue the day's discussion in an informal setting.



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