The 41st Annual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Society of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (JSCPT)

Event Date:
4 – 5 December 2020
Location:
Virtual Meeting
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The 41st Annual Scientific meeting focuses on international collaboration in the pursuit of drug discovery and drug development. Richmond Pharmacology’s CEO, Jorg Taubel M.D. will be presenting three posters covering the following themes:

  • Meta-analysis of the effect of a meal on QTcF
  • Effect of Glucose Alone and in Collaboration with Moxifloxacin on Cardiac Repolaration in Male and Female Patents with Type I Diabetes
  • Effects of Progesterone and Estradiol on Subintervals over the Course of a Menstrual Cycle

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