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CNS Leaders' Forum

05 Nov 2012 - 07 Nov 2012 - Boston, USA



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The CNS Leaders Forum 2012 (5-7 November, at The Seaport, Boston, MA) will bring together senior level decision makers spearheading the pathway of novel CNS therapeutics in the neurodegenerative, psychiatric and pain sectors.  Make sure you are present to benefit from the experiences of those in the know discussing issues including:

Novel risk sharing methods – what are the limits of pre-competitive collaboration and how far can it be pushed?

Targets – what’s the best strategy for finding, validating and developing CNS targets?

Translational and clinical pathways – developing novel rating scales 

For more information visit www.cns-leaders.com email team@phacilitate.co.uk or call +44 (0)20 7384 8046




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