AGAH Annual Meeting 2014 Mitigating risks in early medicines development

Posted:
10
January 2014

Risk mitigation is increasingly important in early medicines development not only to allow early attrition but also to improve the chances of early drug development.Join us at the 23rd AGAH Annual Meeting taking place 13-14 March 2014 in Munich, Germany. Discussions will take into account the impact of nonclinical findings, biopharmaceutics, personalised medicine approaches, updates on safety/tolerability from a clinical pharmacology perspective, as well as early investigation of lack of efficacy.View program and register online

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