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Innovative and Forward-Thinking Experts to Deliver Keynote Presentations at IBC's 13th Annual Drug Discovery & Development of Innovative Therapeutics World Congress
Date:5/7/2008

Change - The Influence of Politics, Change and Innovation on the Future of Pharma/Biotech" will be moderated by Mark Ratner, Contributing Editor, FDC-Windhover.

"Industry experts David Mott and Elliot Sigal being on the program this year will truly bring novel ideas forward," said Michael P. Keenan, Project Manager and Producer, IBC Life Sciences. "In addition, for the first time ever at this event, a tactical FDA Associate Director will discuss the FDA position on biomarkers. And finally, the topic that everyone is thinking about, but never likes to discuss out loud: 'What will the Business and R&D Model of Future 'Big Pharma" Look Like?'' will be among one of the topics addressed in one of our Keynote Panel Discussions."

Complete details on this event can be found at http://www.drugdisc.com or to receive a press pass or arrange an interview with a speaker, email Keri Dostie at kdostie@ibcusa.com.

About IBC Life Sciences

IBC Life Sciences is the worldwide leader in scientific, technological and business conferences and courses for the life science industry. To develop its programs, IBC actively researches the advancements, technologies and trends impacting and driving the race for new drugs and therapies. No other organization can make claim to the breadth and quality that IBC Life Sciences delivers in each event giving the company recognition around the globe for quality, service and value. For more information, visit: http://www.IBCLifeSciences.com .

Contact: Keri Dostie

IBC Life Sciences

508 - 614 - 1404

kdostie@ibcusa.com


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