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World Drug Delivery and Formulation Summit Asia 2012

17 Oct 2012 - 18 Oct 2012 - Singapore



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Participate at the World Drug Delivery and Formulation Summit Asia 2012 to explore and profit from Asia’s prospering growth. The Drug Delivery event is a networking gold mine for scientific and business leaders alike and provides every opportunity for business success as well as providing leading expert insights into novel technological advances, challenges and the drug formulation strategies to succeed in this evolving area.     

This three stream drug delivery and formulation event gives delegates the opportunity to focus on their main area of interest, whilst exchanging information with colleagues from the pharmaceutical formulation, research and development, and delivery sector. The key topics include:

     - Formulation strategies for poorly soluble compounds
     - Novel delivery methods for protein and peptide therapeutics
     - Advances in drug delivery devices and the impact on formulations
     - Regulations across Asia highlighting issues of compliance and globalisation
     - Changing landscapes between generics & innovation


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