Joint Conference of European Human Pharmacological Societies CLUB PHASE I (France), AGAH (Germany), BAPU (Belgium), AHPPI (UK)

Posted:
28
February 2013

Please join us at theJoint Conference of European Human Pharmacological Societies CLUB PHASE I (France), AGAH (Germany), BAPU (Belgium), AHPPI (UK)11 & 12 April 2013Nice Sophia Antipolis, FranceThe meeting will focus on Early Clinical Utility Assessment of new medicines and how early development should be conducted to optimize the challenging process of reaching efficient and early go/no go decisions.Be part of this European meeting featuring first class plenary sessions and interactive workshops and experience excellent networking opportunities in stimulating surroundings.View programmeRegister online

Please forward this invitation to interested colleagues also.Looking forward to seeing you!Sincerely yoursConference ChairDr. Yves DonazzoloPresident CLUB PHASE IIntercom Kongresse GmbHAntje BlmekeEppendorfer Baum 39a20249 Hamburg (Germany)Phone: +49 40 480610 61Telefax: +49 40 480610 66E-Mail: abloemeke@intercom.deWeb: www.intercom..de

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