November 20-21, 2013
Harvard Club, Boston, MA
The drug development process is an intricate inter-related process. Only 11% of drugs will make it through the drug development and registration processes to commercialization. This statistic makes it imperative that those working on any aspect of a drug's development understand the process. This two day course will provide an in-depth look at the process. The program will allow simulations of the drug development process so that hands-on experience can be gained. A mixture of large pharma, small pharma and expert panel members will ensure panel discussions are relevant, responsive and applicable to everyday situations that participants face.
Cost Per Participant
The price per participant (see below) includes tuition, course materials, two light breakfasts, two lunches, coffee breaks with refreshments, and a networking reception on November 20, 2013.
A small discount is available for the fourth and additional participants from a single company, if no other discounts have been applied.
Some Scholarship Opportunities may be available (includes tuition only for some categories). Some scholarships may include tuition, travel expenses and hotel expenses). This is a competitive process for specific types of drug developers. Please contact Dr. Lorna Speid for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exhibitor and Sponsorship Opportunities
Exhibitor and Sponsorship opportunities are available for companies that provide high quality services to the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.
Please contact Dr. Lorna Speid at email@example.com or Tel: 858 793 1295.