Developing New Anti-Infective Agents (Improving the risk-b)

Venue: Central

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 24, 2007 End Date/Time: May 25, 2007
Registration Date: May 23, 2007
Early Registration Date: May 23, 2007
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Fighting bacteria and viruses can be frustrating and unrewarding. There are always going to be infectious diseases affecting humans and so it has to be made easier and more economically viable to research and deliver a new anti-infective agent. Join us on the 24th-25th May 2007 in London at the ‘Developing New Anti-Infective Agents’ event to discuss the short-term practical solutions and the long-term strategies that are accelerating the path to market.

This is NOT a formal-style conference, and is probably quite unlike the forums you usually attend. This is a roundtable work-in-progress meeting where everyone is free to ask any questions to the presenters or other delegates and contribute equally to the outcomes of the discussion. In this meeting you will be able to:

  • Question heads of R&D/Clinical from Astrazeneca, Wyeth, Baxter, Trimeris…
  • Discuss your thoughts on the regulatory environment with the FDA and the HPA…
  • Assess useful discoveries and trends with academic experts…
  • Debate the risks and incentives with all industry and public stakeholders…

    Places are limited to register today to reserve your place. Alternatively email for an event PDF.
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    £1399 + VAT per person