Clinical Development,Clinical Operations,Precision and Personalised Medicine

Personalised Medicine Strategies – Providing More Clinical Benefit

4 years ago By Ben Parkes

Current personalised medicine strategies provide limited clinical benefit – how do we do better?

Luckily Dr Allan Jordan, the Director of Oncology Drug Discovery at leading CRO Sygnature Discovery, was on hand to explain how. Here’s another chance to watch his fascinating keynote presentation, packed full of fresh insights, data and takeaways.

The next chance to here the latest clinical insights, including more on personalised medicine strategies, will be at our clinical Online Strategy Meetings in November. For more information check out the links below:

Clinical Operations Strategy Meeting – November 16
Clinical Trial Supply Chain Strategy Meeting – November 18
Pharmacovigilance Strategy Meeting – November 19

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