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March 2014
Mon 10.03 - Tue 11.03.20144th Annual International Conference on Advances in BiotechnologyDubai, United Arab Emirates
Wed 12.03 - Thu 13.03.2014Controlled ReleaseUnited Kingdom
Tue 18.03 - Wed 19.03.2014Introduction to Pharmacokinetics for the Non-SpecialistUnited Kingdom
Tue 18.03 - Wed 19.03.2014Forced Degradation for PharmaceuticalsUnited Kingdom
Tue 18.03 - Fri 21.03.20143rd Annual Hospital Efficiency and Quality Asia SummitMalaysia
Wed 19.03 - Fri 21.03.20143rd Cool Chain Supply Systems and Solutions 2014Belgium
Thu 20.03 - Fri 21.03.2014ADME PK-TK and Drug Metabolism in Drug Discovery and DevelopmentBoston, USA
Thu 20.03 - Fri 21.03.2014Evaluation of ADMET Drug PropertiesBoston, MA
Mon 24.03 - Wed 26.03.20144th International Conference and Exhibition on Pharmaceutics & NTexas, USA
Mon 24.03 - Wed 26.03.20143rd International Conference and Exhibition on Metabolomics & SyTexas, USA
Mon 24.03 - Wed 26.03.2014International Conference on Pharmaceutics & Novel Drug Delivery TX, USA
Tue 25.03 - Thu 27.03.2014Australian Healthcare Week 2014Australia
Wed 26.03 - Fri 28.03.201419th Congress of the EAHP - "The innovative hospital pharmacist Spain
Sun 30.03 - Mon 31.03.2014ADME PK-TK and Drug Metabolism in Drug Discovery and DevelopmentBoston, USA
Mon 31.03 - Tue 01.04.2014Paediatric Clinical Trials 2014london, United Kingdom
Mon 31.03 - Tue 01.04.2014Pre-Filled Syringes AmericasNew Jersey, United States
April 2014
Wed 02.04 - Thu 03.04.2014Asthma and COPDUnited Kingdom
Mon 07.04 - Wed 09.04.20144th International Conference on Clinical & Experimental DermatolTexas, United States
Mon 07.04 - Wed 09.04.2014International Conference On Clinical & Experimental CardiologyTexas, USA
Mon 07.04 - Wed 09.04.2014International Conference on Clinical & Experimental OphthalmologTexas
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