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August 2014
Sun 31.08 - Thu 04.09.201474th FIP World Congress of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Thailand
September 2014
Mon 08.09 - Tue 09.09.20142nd International Conference on Radiology and ImagingNorth Carolina, USA
Tue 23.09 - Thu 25.09.20142nd International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease & DementiaSpain
Mon 29.09 - Wed 01.10.20142nd International Conference on Hematology & Blood DisordersUSA
October 2014
Mon 20.10 - Wed 22.10.20143rd International Summit on Toxicology USA
Mon 20.10 - Wed 22.10.20142nd International Conference on EndocrinologyUSA
November 2014
Mon 03.11 - Wed 05.11.20145th World Congress on Diabetes & MetabolismUnited States
December 2014
Sun 14.12.2014Understanding the new FDA Guidance for Immunogenicity TestingUnited States
January 2015
Wed 28.01 - Sat 31.01.2015World meet of The Pharma and Biotech Industry In IndiaMumbai
February 2015
Tue 17.02 - Thu 19.02.20157th Annual Patient Recruitment and Retention SummitBerlin, Germany
Tue 24.02 - Thu 26.02.20156th Annual SCOPE Summit — Summit for Clinical Ops ExecutivesOrlando, United States
Thu 26.02 - Fri 27.02.2015CASC2015 — The Clinical Applications of Stem CellsSingapore, Singapore
Fri 27.02.2015Best of Oncology West 2015 Conference UpdatesVancouver, Canada
March 2015
Mon 16.03 - Wed 18.03.2015Pharmaceutics & Novel Drug Delivery SystemsDubai, UAE
Tue 17.03 - Wed 18.03.2015Clinical Trials in MENA region & TurkeyIstanbul, Turkey
Wed 18.03 - Fri 20.03.2015Rhinology and OtologyDubai, UAE
Wed 18.03 - Fri 20.03.2015DentistryDubai, UAE
Mon 23.03 - Wed 25.03.2015Cell & Stem Cell Research Chicago, Illinois, USA
Mon 23.03 - Wed 25.03.2015Sports Medicine and FitnessChicago, USA
Wed 25.03 - Thu 26.03.2015Paediatric Clinical TrialsLondon, United Kingdom
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