Call for Papers - 3rd Annual Biosimilars Forum
25 - 26 OCT, 2018; Budapest, Hungary;
Strong Focus on Statistical and Regulatory Perspectives in Bio- and Nanosimilar Development
Based on the success of the last years’ annual events, the Viennese Section of the International Biometric Society and the Hungarian Society for Clinical Biostatistics have partnered with Accelsiors CRO once again to deliver the 3rd Annual Biosimilars Forum to be held on 25th – 26th October, 2018 in Budapest.
New in 2018:
The Scientific Programme Committee plans to organize a Contributed papers section and a Poster section within the Forum. Abstract proposals for both sessions are awaited, details and suggested topics are available at the website of the event at www.biosimsforum.com.
The programme for this two-day event will welcome pharmaceutical professionals and leading biosimilar development experts from the fields of regulatory, academic and clinical Research, providing an overview of current regulatory requirements for assessing biosimilarity of biosimilar products and giving detailed guidance to handle differences between regulatory guideline recommendations and clinical research practice.
The unique specialty of this event series is that it brings together regulators, medical scientists, clinical researchers and pharmaceutical development companies from around the world to provide an opportunity for networking and constructive dialogue related to the specific challenges of biosimilar development.
• WBS and ISCB members can attend the second day symposium for free.
• Early Bird Tickets are available now with flexible terms for both days.
The expanding list of speakers, programme and registration details are available now at the event’s official website. Participation is particularly useful for those who are interested in constructive and open dialogue between regulatory professionals, medical statisticians, clinical researchers and sponsors with whom they collaborate.
Please, visit the dedicated website of the event to learn more at www.biosimsforum.com!