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Marken richtet branchenspezifische Diskussionsveranstaltung in Mexiko-Stadt aus
Date:3/28/2013

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, North Carolina, 28. März 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Marken kündigte heute eine Podiumsdiskussion zum Thema Biotechnologie am 11. April an, bei der die wichtigsten Fragen und Herausforderungen beleuchtet werden sollen, mit denen die Branche im Zusammenhang mit der Erprobung von biologischen Präparaten und Biosimilars in Lateinamerika konfrontiert ist. Biosimilars sind für die Pharmaindustrie zunehmend attraktiver geworden, und viele lateinamerikanische Regierungen sind derzeit dabei, die Regulationswege für Biosimilars zu verkürzen. Unter den Teilnehmern, die zu dieser Podiumsdiskussion eingeladen wurden, sind Experten, die hier ihr Wissen, ihre Erfahrungen und echte Fallbeispiele vorstellen werden, um einige der wirtschaftlichen, politischen und regulatorischen Faktoren zu verdeutlichen, die bei der Durchführung klinischer Studien eine Rolle spielen.

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Federico Lerner , leitender betrieblicher Direktor für Lateinamerika bei PRA International

Sashka Dunkerley , wissenschaftlicher Leiter bei Novartis

Francisco Garcia , regionaler klinischer Überwachungsmanager bei Sanofi Pasteur

Arturo Rodriguez Jacob , Präsident des mexikanischen Verbandes der Auftragsforschungsinstitute Mexiko bei ACROM

Dan Bell , Vizepräsident für Vorschrifteneinhaltung und technische Angelegenheiten bei Marken

Marken richtet überall auf der Welt Podiumsdiskussionen, Workshops und Diskussionsrunden aus, durch die ein Informationsaustausch zwischen Experten, die sich mit klinischen Studien befassen, angeregt werden soll.

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