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Biomarkers Summit

16 Jan 2013 - 17 Jan 2013 - London, UK



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Innovations in stratified medicine.

Book by 28th September 2012 to receive a £300 discount

Visit www.biomarkers-summit.asp to claim your discount now!

Drawing on advances in genomics, proteomics and next-generation sequencing, SMi’s 6th annual Biomarkers Summit brings you the latest developments in this exciting field. From compound screening and toxicity testing to companion diagnostic assays, stay competitive with fresh insights from companies at the cutting edge of biopharmaceutical development. You cannot afford to miss this event

Reasons to attend this exciting event include:

Accelerate companion diagnostics development for therapeutic indications

Validate and deliver biomarkers for patient selection during clinical trials

Implement sub-grouping in patient segmentation studies

Utilise revised FDA regulatory guidelines to aid product development

Optimise reimbursement strategies for diagnostics

Maximise biomarker identification using epigenetic and metabolomic insights

Key speakers include:

Adam Platt, Diagnostic Development Director, AstraZeneca
Andrew Warren, Director, PK/PD/Immunogenicity Bioanalysis, Novartis Pharma
Christopher Foley, Clinical Imaging Manager, GlaxoSmithKline
Graham Bell, Lead Technologist, Stratified Medicine, Technology Strategy Board
Mirella Lazarov, Senior Director Biology, Head of Biomarkers, Gilead Sciences
Nicholas Buss, Toxicology Project Leader, MedImmune
Nick Crabb, Associate Director - Diagnostics Assessment Programme, National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence

Contact Farhaan Rahman on tel +44 0207 827 6186 or emailfrahman@smi-online.co.uk



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