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Clinical Trials in CNS

18 Nov 2013 - 19 Nov 2013 - London, UK



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SMi is proud to present the 12th Annual...

Clinical Trials in CNS

The highly anticipated and respected 12th annual Clinical Trials in CNS Conference returns to London with a two day content packed agenda featuring new approaches taken in this field towards a number of neurodegenerative disorders, from clinical trial modelling and simulation to the role of biomarkers, the agenda presents a detailed look into many aspects of drug discovery and delivery of CNS therapeutics. This innovative conference will give delegates an opportunity to gain insights through case studies and interactive discussion into the best practices in clinical trials. 

>>>>>Event highlights include:

Learn the importance of understanding the pathophysiology and biology of disease processes with use of biomarkers and imaging techniques

Discover ways to design late stage clinical trials

Overcome challenges of delivery within the CNS

Determine the legal and ethical issues behind sham surgery

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

Larry Alphs, Therapeutic Area Leader, Johnson & Johnson

Lars Bauer, Senior Medical Director TA CNS, UCB Pharma

Tom Isaacs, Co-founder, Cure Parkinson’s Trust

Kyriacos Mitrophanous, Head of Research, Oxford Biomedica

Mathieu Albasser, Post Doctoral Researcher, Eli Lilly 

Johannes Streffer, Senior Director, Experimental Medicine Europe, Janssen Research & Development

Warren Hirst, Associate Research Fellow Neurodegeneration Research, Pfizer

Eric Karran, Director of Research, Alzheimers Research UK

PLUS AN INTERACTIVE POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP

20TH NOVEMBER 2013 | MARRIOTT REGENTS PARK HOTEL | LONDON, UK

Defining Clinical Relevance

Workshop Leaders: Susan Mcgoldrick, Managing Director, QCTR

Audrey Jamieson, Business Development Manager, QCTR

08.30 - 12.30

**Book by 19th July 2013 and save £300**

**Book by 31st September 2013 and save £100**

Visit our website here: http://www.smi-online.co.uk/goto/clinicaltrialscns26.asp

Alternatively, contact: Jonathan Collins on +44 (0)20 7827 6734 or email: jcollins@smi-online.co.uk

Academic & Group discounts available




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