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  Events - October 2012

Pharmaceutical Flow Cytometry & Imaging Show

10 Oct 2012 - 11 Oct 2012 - AstraZeneca Conference Centre, AstraZeneca R&D Alderley Park, UK

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Following on from the great success and positive feedback from our previous meetings, we are continuing to include topics of current interest by adding Phenotypic Screening and Personalised Health Care to the areas that will be addressed.  Typical attendees will be colleagues from small-to mid-sized biotech companies, contract research organisations and global pharmaceutical companies. The content of this free two day meeting will also include other industrial-based themes covering the drug development journey from discovery to clinical evaluation.

Topics over two days will include:

Lead Generation - high throughput / high content screening
Pharmaceuticals - monoclonal antibodies and fragments 
Drug attrition - safety and secondary pharmacology
Stem cells - range of application in discovery research and therapy
Biomarkers - method validation, clinical study support & outsourcing of cell-based assays
New techniques and applications - novel agents, instruments and analysis
Phenotypic Screening - complex and cell based assays
Personalised Health Care - decision making biomarkers, companion diagnostics & life-cycle management

Posters - Submit an Abstract to:
Exhibition Trade Show - Book your stand at
2 Days Scientific Sessions - Leaders in Flow and Imaging will be presenting

Register and Attend FREE OF CHARGE go to:

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