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2012 AAPS National Biotechnology Conference heads to San Diego
Date:5/8/2012

WHO: American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS)

WHAT: The 2012 AAPS National Biotechnology Conference (NBC) will gather scientists from industry, government, and academia for three days of educational offerings specifically geared toward the biotechnology sector of the pharmaceutical sciences. The conference kicks off with a brand new advanced Immunogenicity Training Course and two AAPS Workshops, transitions into the 2012 NBC programming, and concludes with three AAPS sponsored short courses. The 2012 programming consists of a Plenary Session, 19 symposia, 17 roundtables (including BioTalk) and mini-symposia, eight sunrise sessions, Posters, and Hot Topics. Additionally, an Exposition Hall will be hosting over 100 major companies.

WHEN: May 21-23, 2012

WHERE: Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina, San Diego, CA

Plenary Speakers: C. Anthony Blau, M.D. of the University of Washington; Timothy R. Cot, M.D., MPH of the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD); Anthony Coyle, Ph.D. of the Centers for Therapeutic Innovation (CTI).


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Contact: Kimberly Brown
brownk@aaps.org
703-248-4772
American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
Source:Eurekalert

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