The workshop addresses young scientists working in basic pharmacological research and other colleagues involved in biomedical research who would like to know more about early phase clinical development.
Biomarkers and pharmacodynamic models will be the focus of this workshop. Translation from knowledge derived from non-clinical studies to planning and conduct of early clinical trials aims at mitigating risk as well as at increasing the predictability for a safe and successful development. Biomarkers fit for purpose and meaningful pharmacodynamic models are most important tools in this context.
This course addresses postgraduates in life sciences interested in early clinical development of medicinal products. Two training parts of several days provide a concise overview on Human Pharmacology / Translational Medicine spanning from non-clinical pharmacology and toxicology over first-in-man studies to proof-of-concept clinical trials.
Event language: English
Venue: SocraTec R&D GmbH, Oberursel
Presentations and associated discussions will focus on the following topics:
• Insight in chronobiology and its impact on PK/PD and drug development
• Make man transparent: application of imaging techniques in biodistribution and pharmacodynamics
• Oncolytic virus therapy – fighting cancer with good bugs
Venue: Friedrichroda, Germany
The 28th AGAH Annual Meeting 2019 will take place in conjunction with the EUFEMED Conference
The two-day meeting will include a mixture of focused scientific sessions, interactive workshops and open forum panel discussions. Two parallel, pre-conference workshops will take place on 15 May 2018 and are dedicated to ‘Trial Simulation and Basic Tools’ and ‘Early Clinical Development of Biologics – What is Special?’
Venue: Centre de Congrès de Lyon, France
`Die Investigator’s Brochure in FIH und frühen klinischen Prüfungen‘
Programm and Registration to follow
Venue: GSI, Bonn
Further information to follow