Drug Metabolism

July 12-17, 2020 | USA

Drug Metabolism focuses on predicting drug metabolism using P450 structural information and aims to address a wide range of other relevant themes. The conference program will comprise of a keynote lecture, four morning and three evening sessions and poster sessions and it will be a coherent fusion of questions and solutions, ideas and innovations in the field.

Spotlight

In the build-up to pharmaphorum's first round table video debate, due to be published at the end of September on oncology personalised healthcare, Paul Tunnah speaks with the first participant, expert researcher Professor Malcolm Ranson, to hear how it is already impacting on cancer treatment for patients.


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World Congress on Advanced Pharmacy and Clinical Research (WCADPHCLRE)

September 7, 2022 | Kuwait

World Congress on Advanced Pharmacy and Clinical Research (WCADPHCLRE)

3rd International Pharmaceutical Conference and Expo

September 29-30, 2022 | UK

3rd International Pharmaceutical Conference and Expo welcome you as our guest to London, UK on September 29-30, 2022. i-Pharma 2022 includes nearly every permutation of knowledge, innovation, technology, and networking; and has the objective of creating an international forum for academicians,

IDN & Bio/Pharma Partnering Summit

August 16-17, 2022 | USA

A think-tank for industry pioneers, showcasing novel case studies and innovative partnership models that deliver enhanced value, manage costs and improve quality

Global Pharma And Drug Delivery Summit

August 22-24, 2022 | Germany

The Global Pharma & Drug Delivery Summit 2022 would like to welcome all the pharmaceutical professionals and companies, students, researchers, scientists, practitioners, medical specialists, clinical scientists, technologists, and

Spotlight

In the build-up to pharmaphorum's first round table video debate, due to be published at the end of September on oncology personalised healthcare, Paul Tunnah speaks with the first participant, expert researcher Professor Malcolm Ranson, to hear how it is already impacting on cancer treatment for patients.

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