2013 Conference Program Announced

00490-_YUL0559Just in case you missed it, we’ve just released the INTERPHEX New York 2013 Conference Program. This year’s program has been developed to span the pharmaceutical manufacturing life cycle. The conference tracks and accompanying sessions are configured to reflect the project team environment firms use to move products from development to commercial distribution.  All functional areas are addressed in five comprehensive session tracks: Regulatory QA/QC, Product Development, Facility & Process Design, Manufacturing & Packaging, and Supply Chain.

As you preview the program you’ll notice that we’ve incorporated sessions to cover trending industry topics.  Including Congressman Bill Cassidy M.D.’s (R-LA) keynote presentation, “Policy Recommendations for Improving Patient Access to Drugs in Shortage”, which will touch upon potential improvements to the current reimbursement system to avoid future drug shortages.

Rounding out INTERPHEX’s educational component will be a series of Exhibit Hall Technology Floor Tours:  OSD Technologies, Advanced Aseptic Technologies, Biomanufacturing Technologies, and Modular Construction Technologies. Tours will offer critical insights followed by a walking tour to select vendors showcasing the latest technology and equipment on the show floor.

Conference and event details can be found at: www.INTERPHEX.com/ConferenceInfo.com. We look forward to seeing you at INTERPHEX, please let us know if you have any questions.


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