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ADME & Toxicology

30 May 2013 - 31 May 2013 - Delhi, India

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ADME & Toxicology 2013 is an international event being hosted in New Delhi, India. This event will focus on the vital role of ADME and Toxicology in identification and design of a successful drug candidate. Our array of Keynote Speakers will give presentations on all areas of ADME and Toxicology backed up by a panel of experts speaking on highly relevant and “hot” topics such as Pharmacogenomics and Drug Safety, In-silico PK/PD, Toxicity and Genotoxicity Modeling, New therapeutic targets, Metabolomics and ADME Optimization for Drug Design/Discovery.
Co-located with the ADME & Toxicology 2013 conference will be the Nanomedicine meeting. Registered delegates will have unrestricted access to both meetings ensuring a comprehensive learning and sharing experience, as well as being financially beneficial for attendees.

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