DIA, Chicago 2017

Posted:
23
June 2017

Richmond Pharmacology is a frequent contributor and recognised thought leader for various scientific meetings worldwide.See below for updated list of upcoming events.

DIA (the Drug Information Association), 2017 18 - 22 June, 2017 | Chicago, USARichmond Pharmacology’s Principal Investigators Dr Taubel and Dr Lorch will be presenting at DIA 2017,ChicagoJoin our CEO Dr Jorg Taubel, who will be presenting on the topic ‘Combined Adaptive Early Phase Trials: From First-Time-in-Human to Proof of Concept in One Protocol’ Tuesday AM – 20th of June.Dr Ulrike Lorch will also be in attendance presenting ‘Combined Adaptive Early Phase Trials: From First-Time-in-Human to Proof of Concept in One Protocol’ her presentation will also take place Tuesday AM –20th June.For more information visit: DIA-2017

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