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Top 4 Pharmaceutical Conferences to Attend

Looking to get on the right track of the pharmaceutical industry? The best way to stay ahead of the market is through conferences and seminars. Not only will they help you stay in the know of it all but also keep you building strong networks.

Here are the top 4 pharmaceutical conferences to attend in 2017.

9th International Conference and Exhibition on Pharmacovigilance & Drug Safety – 7/17 – 18, 2017
Munich, Germany
In accordance with the advanced regulatory compliance in Pharma operations and innovation, you will need with speakers and experts to discuss the current issues in the industry. Speakers will discuss the current analysis of off-label use, under reporting of adverse drug reactions, data efficiency, and how the Brexit will affect the pharmaceutical industry.

5th International Conference on Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry & Natural Products – 7/24 – 25, 2017
Melbourne, Australia
The event will discuss the latest trends of strategies in effective medicine and natural products for health use. Attendees will great new perspectives and further knowledge in the field of science. The conference also provides a solid platform for pharmacists to meet and discuss their views through their exhibitions and workshops.

Thirteenth Annual International Conference and Exhibition on Nanomedicine and Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology – 7/24- 25, 2017
Rome, Italy
One of the most highly notable conferences in the world is the NanoMed conference were speakers will discuss new therapies, advanced drug delivery systems, and nanomaterials for drug delivery and imaging. Speakers will also discuss nanotechnology and the ability to understand materials at the tiniest scales.

Third Annual World Congress and Exhibition on Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistance –7/31 – 8/1, 2017
Milan, Italy
The Antibiotics conference aims to gather the top speakers and attendees from universities across the globe to discuss various aspects of antibiotics. The two-day conference invites researchers, drug manufacturers, professionals and other health care experts to present their opinions and ideas in the field of antibiotics.

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Top 5 Trends in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Interested in following the leading trends from experts in the industry? In this guide, you will find some of the market’s top trends and falls that will help you gain further insight into the next trends to come.

Here are the top 5 trends in the pharmaceutical industry 2017.

Dependency on Medtech

Today, more pharmaceutical companies are looking to work alone and go beyond of drug. With technology that helps track patient compliance and monitoring, this helps to give companies a competitive edge without the need for partnerships. In fact, there are more non-traditional deals now than ever as mobile and telecom companies are helping to make pharmaceutical companies move past the basic pill and more into comprehensive medical products that can help diagnose, monitor and more potential applications.

Drug prices continue to rise

As 2016 was all about the conspiracy of drug prices, 2017 will only continue the trend even further. There is a clear message that the annual or quarterly drug price will increase to fuel sales growth even more. With President Trump’s plan to stiffen the challenges, the need of volume growth will continue to increase. This means that pharmaceutical manufacturers must increase their volume of growth to continue sustainable revenue.

Treatment for Alzheimer’s

As the baby boomer generation continues to grow older, the Alzheimer’s disease is assumed to account for as much as 25% of Medicare by 2040. With the increase in spending, more pharmaceutical companies are on the run for an optimal treatment and prevention to the disease. In fact, billions of dollars have already been invested in targeting antibody medication.

Microbiome

According to Forbes, pharma companies and biotech are developing drugs based on the research of bacterial composition in the gut and how it affects the mood. This will not only open up new methods of treating depression and other related mental illnesses but also brain disorders.

Biosimilar Drugs

Currently, biosimilar drugs are presenting an affordable option to the consumer and a potential hit for manufacturing companies. These biological products are also continuing to increase in demand as the drug was approved in the U.S. in 2015.

Today, there is over 700 biosimilar approved to be used by 2020.

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