Top Reasons to Attend the 2017 SPS Meeting in Berlin

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Top Reasons to Attend the Meeting

  • A dynamic forum for best practice sharing within industry, CRO’s, academics, clinicians and regulators
  • Sessions on some of the hottest topics in safety pharmacology related research
  • 6 CE Courses taught by experts in the field
  • 2 Plenary Keynote Speakers by key opinion leaders
  • Exhibit hall offering access to industry vendors
  • Poster sessions featuring cutting-edge research
  • Networking opportunities with a global community of scientists from regulatory, industry, and academia
  • Award opportunities to bring together Student and Jr. Investigators with seasoned scientists
  • Exhibitor Sponsored Sessions by leading technology and service providers showcasing their new technology and research

The scientific program will offer in-depth discussions of relevant topics to keep you “in the know.” This meeting will feature a diverse range of scientific sessions organized into two tracks, covering issues on topics such as:

  • Gender Differences in Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Oncology Drug Safety Testing in the 21st Century
  • Updates on the Hot Topics within CNS
  • Current Topics in the Translation and Validation of Safety Pharmacology Studies
  • Best Practices for New Modalities and New Biological Entities
  • The Pathophysiology and Treatment of Tinnitus
  • Disease Models and Personalized Medicine
  • In Vitro Microphysiological Systems to Predict Safety
  • In Silico Modeling—From Bench to Bedside
  • CiPA Challenges and Opportunities

The Diplomate in Safety Pharmacology (DSP) Certification exam will be held the day before the meeting on September 23. For preliminary meeting information, please visit the Meeting website.

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