Drug Development Boot Camp 2019

November 20-21, 2019 | USA

The pharmaceutical industry has its fair share of Ph.D.s, and MDs, and yet qualifications do not translate into understanding of the drug development process. In fact, even Nobel Laureate scientists can find the drug development process bewildering.

Spotlight

When drugs are injected into bones, they very quickly reach other parts of the body. We know this because when trauma surgeons can’t get quick access to a vein, they can inject directly into a patient’s leg bone. Somehow, the drugs quickly leave the bone marrow and circulate around the body.  Now, scientists have found a network of tiny blood vessels that travel straight through bones and very likely explain how this transport system works.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

Pharmaceutics And Novel Drug Delivery Systems

May 2-3, 2022 | Canada

Conference Series LLC Ltd is going to host “2nd International Conference on Pharmaceutics & Novel Drug Delivery Systems” which is going to be held during May 02-03, 2022 in Toronto, Canada.

Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and IPR

April 13-14, 2022 | USA

With the coordination of renowned speakers of Regulatory Affairs 2018 Conference series LLC Ltd is privileged to announce "10th International Conference on Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and IPR" which is slated on April 13-14, 2022 Montreal, Canada.

PHARMAMEET2022

April 18-20, 2022 | Japan

As Chair at the International Meet on Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery Systems, organized by Albedo Meetings, it is my pleasure to welcome you and encourage you to join us for this major international meeting bringing together information on pharmacology and drug delivery at Tokyo, Japan from April 18-20, 2022

US PHARMA AND BIOTECH SUMMIT

May 11, 2022 | USA

The US Pharma and Biotech Summit returns to New York on May 11, 2022. Industry leaders and FT journalists will discuss regional and global trends in areas such as drug discovery, clinical development and market access.

Spotlight

When drugs are injected into bones, they very quickly reach other parts of the body. We know this because when trauma surgeons can’t get quick access to a vein, they can inject directly into a patient’s leg bone. Somehow, the drugs quickly leave the bone marrow and circulate around the body.  Now, scientists have found a network of tiny blood vessels that travel straight through bones and very likely explain how this transport system works.

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