05-22-2013 06:18 PM CET - Health & Medicine

International Drug-Drug Interaction (DDI) Workshop 2013 at Marbach Castle

Press release from: cr.appliance
PR Agency: comgoetz

Radolfzell, Germany, April 22nd 2013: The organization team of the International DDI Workshop announces the final programme of the DDI 2013 – 4th International Workshop on Regulatory Requirements and Current Scientific Aspects on the Preclinical and Clinical Investigation of Drug-Drug Interactions, which will take place from May 26th to 28th 2013 at Marbach Castle, Germany.

More than 80 experts from 14 countries attended the DDI Workshop 2012. Based on the current status of registrations the organization team expects about the same number of participants for the 4th DDI Workshop in 2013 as in recent years. “We are very happy to recognize that the experts from pharmaceutical industry, contract research organizations, drug regulatory authorities as well as academics accept the DDI Workshop as a periodic annual event. In the meantime this scientific event has an established place in their time schedules”, Robert Hermann, member of the organization team, comments.

The DDI Workshop offers a unique opportunity for scientific exchange and networking across company and organizational borders, and to learn about the current state-of-the-art in the investigation of DDIs. Based on the detailed feedback received from the expert audience on additional areas of interest requiring future consideration, the structure and content of the DDI Workshop 2013 were designed.

In 2013 the workshop will cover scientific sessions to drug interactions involving therapeutic biologics and anti-infective agents, clinical, epidemiological and pharmacovigilance aspects of DDIs, novel approaches to improve the prediction of DDIs and DDIs in special populations.
The final programme of the DDI Workshop 2013 is now available on the website of cr.appliance.

More information and register: http://www.cr-appliance.com

About the DDI Workshop
The DDI Workshop is an initiative of cr.appliance in cooperation with Hartmut Derendorf, Amin Rostami-Hodjegan, and Oliver von Richter. The meeting will take place in Marbach Castle Conference Centre, located at the Lake Constance, Germany.

The organizers of the DDI Workshop are:
• Hartmut Derendorf, PhD FCP; College of Pharmacy, University of Florida, USA
• Robert Hermann, MD FCP; cr.appliance, Germany
• Amin Rostami-Hodjegan, PhD FCP; Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences, University of Manchester, UK
• Oliver von Richter, PhD FCP; Dept. Exploratory Medicine, Merck Serono, Germany

About cr.appliance
cr.appliance is an independent team of experts that supports its clients in the healthcare industry with counseling, development concepts and services during the early stages of clinical drug development and throughout the licensing process.

cr.appliance uses its well-documented, recognised expertise to the benefit of its clients.
The team of experts has undertaken successful project work in the pharmaceutical industry as well as work in the service sector (CROs), hospitals and academia. The team has a wealth of well-founded, up-to-date expertise. This, combined with many years of professional experience in a number of specialist fields and areas of work, enables them to provide high-quality consultancy, create sustainable and viable development concepts and offer customer-specific services in various aspects of drug development.

More information about cr.appliance: http://www.cr-appliance.com

Contact & Information:
Karen Grave-Hermann
Rossittenstraße 15
D-78315 Radolfzell
Mail: karen.grave-hermann@cr-appliance.com
Phone: +49 (0)7732 820 951
Fax: +49 (0)7732 820 953

Media Contact:
Dr. Josef Goetz
Mail: jg@comgoetz.de
Phone: +49 (0)7732 919 331

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