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Strategic Protein Formulation & Drug Delivery Forum 2014

28 Apr 2014 - 30 Apr 2014 - Barcelona, Spain



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Following intensified competition at market place, tightened timeline and resources, scientists are racing for the treasure hunt – searching for the fail safe protein formulate as the next blockbusters.

With a focus on shifts in formulation development strategy, increased emphasis on upstream pre-formulation, and novel delivery approaches, this high level forum will equip you with the latest insight to ensure you stay one-step-ahead of the pressured timeline and excel in protein formulation strategy!

Gain an update on the latest technology advancements in protein formulation and stability

Learn how to advance pre-formulation to discovery research

Benchmark your performance against peers’ DoE and formulation strategies

Debate the legislative landscape and examine the myths surrounding subvisible particles

Bridge the gap between early and late stage protein formulation to find the perfect balance

To register or for more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/1guOjJr or contact me on:

T: +44 (0) 20 7550 5965 

E: info@insideintelligence.com




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