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2nd Inner Ear Disorders Therapeutics Summit

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20.06.2022 - 23.06.2022  The Bostonian Boston, 26 North Street, 02109 Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Time: 08:30 - 17:30
 
Temi della conferenza
There are currently no therapeutics on the market for inner ear disorders, so biotech companies have been paving the way to displace the cochlear implant and cater for the huge unmet need in hearing and balance disorders. With the first in-person gene therapy clinical trial commencing in early 2022, the field is booming with excitement, not to mention pharma sparking an interest with increasing investment into these pipelines in the race to successfully reverse hearing damage.
Professional congress organizer (PCO)
Hanson Wade
Annotazioni
Brochure: https://go.evvnt.com/1053180-3?pid=4832.

Speakers: Carmine Stengone, Chief Executive Officer, Pipeline Therapeutics, David Lucchino Co-Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer, Frequency Therapeutics, and more.
 

Informazioni ed Iscrizioni:

https://go.evvnt.com/1053180-2?pid=4832
Ms. Ellie Saunders
 
Categorie
Medicina General
Lingua
Inglese
Quote del Congresso
Drug Developer Pricing - Conference + Workshop Day and Focus Day: $5497.0, Drug Developer Pricing - Conference + Workshop Day: $4698.0, Drug Developer Pricing - Conference + Focus Day: $3698.0, Drug Developer Pricing - Conference Only: $2899.0
Contatto organizzatori
83 Great Titchfield Street
W1W 6RH London
United Kingdom
 
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