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Pre-Filled Syringes

27 Jan 2014 - 28 Jan 2014 - London, UK



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Registration for Annual Pre-Filled Syringes - 2014 is now open. With one of the most established European market leaders on this subject and the huge successes of their previous meetings, SMi will provide another great forum for new advances in this field. 

Now in its 6th year, the 2014 conference will bring together experts from a range of industry perspectives to discuss solutions and strategies within key issues such as syringe formulations for biosimilars and other biologics, extractables and leachables, primary packaging developments and filling and finishing. 

What’s new in 2014:

•         2 days, 20 speakers, 18 unique presentations;

•         Top-Ranked Speaker Faculty includes leading experts from Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Boehringer Ingelheim, Ipsen, Roche, Novo Nordisk and many others. 

•         2 panel discussions hosted by Advait Badkar, Bioprocess R&D, Pfizer, Adam Woolley, CEO, ForthTox, Bobbijo Redler, Principal Scientist, Merck, Jason Creasy, Head of Extractables & Leachables Team, GlaxoSmithKline;

•         2 Interactive half-day post-conference workshops: Leachables & Extractables, hosted by Andrew Fieldon, Senior Consultant, Smithers Rapra, and Large Volume Injectors – Technologies, Strategies and Guidance, hosted by Stephen Augustyn, Head of Mechanical Engineering, Team Consulting;

•         £999 (Conference only) for the first 25 pharmaceutical companies;

•         Pre-Filled Syringes – 2014 is proud to be sponsored by BD, Schott, West and Zeon. 

Key reasons to attend:

  Learn about the latest regulatory updates from MHRA and FDA bodies

  Hear exclusive news on autoinjector technologies

  Hear about manufacturing of container integrity and reduction in leachables

  Expand your professional network, meet leading specialists within the industry

  Get a chance to introduce your company and its services to potential partners

 Weblink: www.smi-online.co.uk/2014pfs40.asp

  Organiser: SMi Group Ltd. 

 Contact: Julia Rotar, jrotar@smi-online.co.uk 



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