Tokyo (PRWEB) November 01, 2013
DIA, the leading organization dedicated to promoting discussion and collaboration that foster innovation to raise the level of health and well-being worldwide, will host the 10th DIA Japan Annual Meeting from Nov. 6 to 8 at the Tokyo Fashion Town Building in Ariake. The focus of this three-day conference is how to advance the discovery and development of innovative drugs in the era of increasingly globalized drug development.
“A wide range of professionals will share their views and knowledge, and build new relationships through this opportunity,” said Barbara Lopez Kunz, global chief executive of DIA. “This conference will feature six-track, multilingual sessions that cover a variety of topics in six related subject areas, including regulatory affairs and clinical data management.”
The first day will begin with six pre-conference tutorials, available only to registered participants, followed by two keynote sessions: “What ARO Can Do for Innovative Drug Development,” chaired by Yasushi Saito, Ph.D., M.D, president of Chiba University, Japan; and “The History and Future of ICH Activity Based on 20 Years Experience,” chaired by Tatsuo Kurokawa, Ph.D., professor of the division of drug development and regulatory sciences at Keio University, Japan.
Key 10th Annual Meeting sessions include:
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