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Workshop on single-arm trials (SAT) in oncologyEuropean Medicines Agency, London, UK
February 2011
Sat 12.02 - Mon 14.02.20113rd International Conference of Indian Society of Psychiatric NuChattisgarh
Sat 12.02 - Sun 13.02.20111st Conference of the South Asia Association of the Allergy, AstNew Delhi, India
January 2014
Mon 06.01.2014Cool Chain and Controlled Room Temperature LogisticsLuxembourg
Tue 21.01.2014US, EU and Japan GMP Requirements: Practical ICH Area DifferenceHouston,TX, USA
Tue 21.01 - Thu 23.01.2014Clinical Trial Supply EuropeGermany
Wed 22.01 - Fri 24.01.2014Understanding and Preparing the Quality and Pharmaceutical ModulLondon, United Kingdom
Thu 23.01.2014HIPAA Enforcement and Portable Devices Today: Are you ready to hHouston,TX, USA
Thu 23.01 - Fri 24.01.2014Using Statistical Methods for ICH GuidelinesUnited States
Thu 23.01.2014Medical Device - QSR Compliant Product Development Process USA
Mon 27.01 - Tue 28.01.2014Pre-Filled SyringesUnited Kingdom
Mon 27.01 - Thu 30.01.2014Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics of Protein Therapeutics – ConcFrance
Mon 27.01 - Thu 30.01.20144th Annual Software Development for Medical Devices EuropeGermany
Tue 28.01.2014Conducting an Effective Quality System Management ReviewUSA
Tue 28.01 - Wed 29.01.2014PCC 2014 – 11th Annual Pharmaceutical Compliance CongressUnited States
Tue 28.01 - Wed 29.01.2014EFGCP Annual Conference 2014Belgium
Tue 28.01 - Wed 29.01.2014Evaluation of ADMET Drug PropertiesBrussels, BE
Thu 30.01.2014The Digital Pharma Advances Conference – Customer-Driven DigitalUnited Kingdom
Thu 30.01 - Fri 31.01.2014Mastering the HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification RUnited States
Thu 30.01 - Fri 31.01.2014Predictive Human Toxicity and ADME-Tox StudiesBelgium
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