Global Pharma Medicine Congress Set for Berlin in March - Applied Clinical Trials

ADVERTISEMENT

See our 2013 Buyers Guide Digital Edition.
Global Pharma Medicine Congress Set for Berlin in March

Source: Applied Clinical Trials

Further details about the 17th International Conference on Pharmaceutical Medicine (ICPM 2014) have been unveiled.

The congress is jointly organized by the International Federation of Associations of Pharmaceutical Physicians & Pharmaceutical Medicine (IFAPP) and the German Society of Pharmaceutical Medicine (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Pharmazeutische Medizin e.V.’ – DGPharMed).
“Drug development aiming for true innovations has become even more challenging in the past decade. The investments needed further increased, hurdles for approval and reimbursement became more demanding. In a globalized environment all economic regions are directly competing for R&D leadership in drug development,” noted the organizers, adding that the Berlin meeting will focus on the major framework conditions in that field.
The motto of the event is “The World Is Our Partner”. Beyond assessment of the status quo, the presentations will provide participants with an outlook on what it will take to stay on top of drug development. Experts will address the key topics relevant for smart development of better drugs, and there will also be exchange and networking with peers to discuss presentations and new topics.
 
To read the full release click here.

ADVERTISEMENT

blog comments powered by Disqus

ADVERTISEMENT

UPCOMING CONFERENCES

8th Annual Forum on Transparency and Aggregate Spend 2014
Washington, DC
August 18-20, 2014

eSource Data in Clinical Investigations
Philadelphia, PA
August 20-21, 2014

Pharmacovigilance 2014
Philadelphia, PA
September 10-11, 2014

Collaborative Research Summit
Philadelphia, PA
October 15-16, 2014

See All Conferences >>

Survey
As it creates a plan to implement the US biosimilar pathway, should FDA:
Borrow heavily from EMA's pathway program?
Borrow lightly from EMA's pathway program?
Create entirely its own pathway program?
Borrow heavily from EMA's pathway program?
86%
Borrow lightly from EMA's pathway program?
7%
Create entirely its own pathway program?
7%
View Results
Untitled Document
Source: Applied Clinical Trials,
Click here