The development of new drugs and innovative therapies increasingly relies on experimental medicine studies in humans, such as obtaining early proof-of-concept, understanding pathophysiology, biomarker development/validation, and evaluating techniques for subject stratification.
Currently there are a lack of trained individuals to design and deliver such studies, which impacts on drug development. Academia and pharmaceutical R&D are keen to collaborate to address this translational research gap and in doing so, deliver high quality Experimental Medicine projects.
This training event will offer lectures and workshops to understand cancer drug discovery and development through a range of lectures, panel discussions and case studies; in experimental medicine research and as part of clinical studies.
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