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Superbugs & Superdrugs - A Focus on Antibacterials

04 Mar 2013 - 05 Mar 2013 - London, UK



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SMi is proud to present their 15th annual conference on Superbugs and Superdrugs that will explore EMA approach to regulating antimicrobials, strategies to target multi-drug resistant gram-negative bacteria and the current developments in public/private partnerships. 

This discussion led event will bring together senior Pharma representatives and key academics to discuss current developments in this fast-paced field. With presentations from industry representatives from all over the pharmaceutical sector, this event promises to be a unique platform for networking and problem solving.

KEY TOPICS FOR 2013

Regulatory requirements for antimicrobial developers

Mechanism of action studies of peptidomimetic antibiotics

DARQs as candidates for tuberculosis treatment

Novel direct antiviral agent discovery; case study on Simeprevir

Combating fungal infections

Strategic aspects on forming partnerships with BARDA

Overcoming challenges in implementing the European Commission’s action plan against antimicrobial resistance

For more information visit http://www.smi-online.co.uk/goto/superbugssuperdrugs7.asp or contact Fateja Begum on tel +44 0207 827 6184 or email fbegum@smi-online.co.uk 




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