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6th Asian Association of Schools of Pharmacy (AASP) Conference 2013

14 Nov 2013 - 17 Nov 2013 - Singapore

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AASP was established in April 2001 to promote cooperative advancement of pharmacy education and research amongst pharmacy schools in Asia. The 6th AASP Conference will be hosted by GEA-NUS Pharmaceutical Processing Research Laboratory (PPRL) in Singapore. Participants will be treated to an exciting 3-day program with lectures, talks and presentations by eminent speakers from both academia and industry. Other event highlights include a 1-day pre-conference forum and workshops focusing on the emerging trends in pharmacy education, as well as tours of GEA-NUS PPRL and the National University of Singapore. This conference will offer a unique opportunity for interaction and networking amongst students and academia from the different pharmacy schools in the region. We look forward to your participation and support in the upcoming 6th AASP Conference 2013 in Singapore.

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