February 23 & 24, 2015 • Austin, Texas
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy Division of Pharmaceutics and the distinguished members of the Planning Committee welcomes you to the 54th annual International Conference on Drug Development (ICD2), February 23 & 24, 2015 at the Omni Barton Creek Resort and Conference Center in Austin, Texas, USA.
ICD2 continues its tradition of offering an informal forum for the exchange of ideas concerning the drug discovery and drug development process.
The conference brings together national and international scientists from academia, the pharmaceutical industry, the biotechnology industry and regulatory agencies for the opportunity to learn of and discuss new initiatives for finding a better way to develop new drugs as well as to improve the quality of existing drug products.
Location: Barton Creek Conference Center • Austin, Texas
"I have found it one of the most impactful conferences that I attend."
Janet Woodcock, M.D.
Director of the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, US Food and Drug Administration
"If there’s any person who’s involved in any way with or wants to know about regulatory issues that are facing the industry, they ought to be at this meeting."
Gerald J. Yakatan, Ph.D.
Founder & Chairman, IriSys, Inc.
This conference is intended for leaders in Academia, the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Industry (PhRMA, BIO, GPhA), contract research organizations, API manufacturers, and domestic and international regulatory agencies in positions to affect the science and regulation of drug discovery and development, who wish to stay abreast on the national and international initiatives affecting the development of safe and effective pharmaceutical drug products.
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