SMi’s 4th annual COPD: Novel therapeutics and Management Strategies conference

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SMi’s 4th annual COPD: Novel Therapeutics & Management Strategies conference held on the 22nd & 23rd October in London will address therapeutic and management strategies for COPD with an international mix of key opinion leaders in this ever expanding field. It will also provide a comprehensive overview of successful clinical trial design and exacerbation management methods alongside identifying novel targets for COPD therapy, thus paving the way for COPD management and exacerbation prevention.

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SMi is pleased to confirm Emma Baker, Professor of Clinical Pharmacology, St. George’s University of London to speak at the upcoming event

Professor Baker will be presenting on the effective management of COPD, what are the burdens to society, the patient and to the economy, computer guided diagnosis and treatment algorithms and lessons from Asthma that we can use in COPD.

This prestigious conference will be an industry-led event which will also encompass presentations from academic keynotes who aim to provide an unmatched forum for discussion and debate into pulmonary rehabilitation, novel COPD management strategies and innovative therapeutic developments. Attending will enable you to

Evaluate the benefits of anti-inflammatory drugs, alongside potential biological targets for therapeutic interventions in COPD

Compare and contrast diverse responses in COPD immunology

Hear from industry professionals on computer guided diagnosis and treatment algorithms

Assess co-morbidities in COPD and their relevance in pharmaceutical studies

Identify effective pharmacological interventions for the reduction of exacerbation frequency

Discuss the most relevant outcome parameters in COPD clinical trials

For more information visit or contact Farhaana Rahman on tel. +44 0207 827 6186 or email frahman(at)smi-online(dot)co(dot)uk

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