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Advancing Preclinical Predictions, Making Faster Clinical Decisions with Cancer Models and Preclinical Imaging - World Pharma Congress this June in Philadelphia
Date:5/15/2013

FARMINGTON, Conn., May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- World Pharma Congress is celebrating 12 years of preclinical research with its annual event covering the latest in drug targets, high-throughput screening, lead optimization, ADME and drug safety. Years of effectively covering the latest preclinical strategies and technologies that drive better predictions has culminated in priming this year's event to move further downstream into early formulations and drug delivery.

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Why Attend?

Preclinical efforts targeted towards discovery, screening, safety and drug delivery

Active brainstorming and networking opportunity for experts from industry and academia Interactive pre-conference short courses taught by experts in an informal setting

Updates from leading technology and service providers on the latest tools and services

Informative roundtables, panels, posters, stimulating communication and collaboration

For further featured conference programs, please visit links below:

Predictive Preclinical Models in Oncology

Pain Therapeutics

Drug Delivery and Formulation

Predicting Drug-Induced Organ Toxicities Using Functional Assays, Models and Markers

Integrating Molecular Imaging Technologies to Improve Preclinical Findings

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