BANGALORE, India, July 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
25-28 September, The Lalit Ashok, Bangalore
Today, more and more countries across the globe are dedicated towards developing a favourable environment for the growth of biopharmaceutical and biosimilar products in their respective markets. The Indian regulatory bodies like the DCGI and the ICMR too are constantly revising their norms and standards to promote clinical trials, and eventually the growth of biotech products in the country. This is largely due to the fact that these bio-products are solutions to some of the most dreaded diseases and require high manufacturing and marketing investments.
With these developments in the background, CPhI Conferences is launching Global Bio-Clinical Trials 2012, a highly anticipated strategic 4-day initiative (25-28 September, Bangalore India) focused on the challenges pertaining to conduct of clinical trials for the approval of sensitive biopharmaceuticals and biosimilars drugs. An interactive seminar on 'Emerging Market Regulations - Brazil, China, Russia, LATAM & Malaysia' will take place on 25 September, and an exclusive workshop on PharmacoKinetics/PharmacoDynamics studies on 28 September.
The 2-day conference (26-27 September) will provide solutions to dealing with the current regulatory challenges and guidelines for robust design of clinical trials, economic patient recruitment and retention protocols, latest tool and techniques for clinical data management and medical writing, along with updates on the latest pharmacovigilance trends.
Eminent speakers like Dr Ragunadarao Digumarti (HOD, Oncology, NIZAMS Hyderabad), Mr Solomon Yimam (Assistant Director, Clinical research, US FDA), Mr Scott Laufenberg (Assistant Director(BIMO), US FDA), Dr Arani Chatterjee (VP, Clinical research, Panacea Biotec), Dr YK Gupta (National Scientific Co-ordinator, Pharmacovigilance Programme of India), Dr Sanjeev Hegde (GM, Clinical Development, Pir
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