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DIA 2018 Global Annual Meeting

DIA 2018 Annual Meeting

24-28 June 2018
Boston, MA

The DIA 2018 Global Annual Meeting brings together thousands of innovators from around the globe. Designed to drive insights into action by connecting key policy discussions to real-world knowledge that you need to do your job every day, your attendance will accelerate your growth and your organization's performance in the development ecosystem.

With more than 200 sessions over 12 educational tracks, DIA 2018 will convene distinguished speakers and expert panelists from regulatory, industry, patient advocacy, and academia. Engage with global decision-makers and influencers in the biotechnology hub of 2018 that you would not otherwise have access to. Advance healthcare product development globally and grow your career while doing so.

At DIA 2018 you will experience: multiple learning formats to fit your needs; expert speakers from around the globe; preconference short courses to extend your learning experience in smaller group settings; interactive DIAmond sessions discussing controversial topics globally; more than 400 exhibiting companies showcasing their services and solutions; the opportunity to learn more about, participate in intriguing discussion, and join one of DIA's 20+ Communities; Engage and Exchange sessions to discuss hot topics with an esteemed panel and your peers; poster sessions to view original research from students and professionals in the healthcare field; and much more.

Contact: Customer Service at CustomerService@DIAglobal.org


 

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