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2nd Annual Disruptive Innovations to Advance Clinical Trials for Pharma, Biologics & Devices

13 Sep 2012 - 14 Sep 2012 - Boston, MA, USA



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Led by Pfizer and Novartis, this groundbreaking conference delivers only case studies that demonstrate either a disruptive or an innovative approach to advancing clinical trials. Mobile Clinical Trials, Virtual Trials, Open Source Clinical Development are just a few examples of case studies featured.  This conference is designed to be engaging in a highly informative format, similar to the style of TED events. Each session will deliver a clear set of objectives, summary and key take-aways around:

    1. Challenges and opportunities in clinical development/trials

    2.Innovations in science applied to clinical development/trials

    3.Innovations in technology applied to clinical development/trials

    4.New business models for clinical development/trials


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