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6th Forecasting and Optimizing the Clinical Supply Chain

19 Mar 2012 - 21 Mar 2012 - Philadelphia, PA, USA



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The vision for the March 19-21 Summit it to build upon last year’s effort of providing a “one-stop information resource” local for clinical research professionals to network, learn and bring back solution-driven ideas to their respective organizations. All events will share a networking hall, meals and cocktail reception for one of a kind networking opportunities within the convenience of the Philadelphia area.

    * 70 Unique Educational Sessions Spanning the Clinical Research Landscape
    * 4+ Pre-Conference Workshop Sessions Tailored to Your professional focus
    * 8 Networking Opportunities including Breakfast, Lunch, and Cocktail Receptions
    * Full Access to 5 different Clinical Themed Programs for Customization of Your Agenda
    * Shared Exhibit Hall Guaranteeing Access to Over 200 Attendees



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