DDI Workshop, May 03 – 05, 2015

Highly Satisfied Participants at the Sixth International Drug-Drug Interaction (DDI) Workshop 2015 at Marbach Castle, Germany

At the sixth International Drug-Drug Interaction Workshop more than 80 experts discussed regulatory requirements and current scientific aspects on the preclinical and clinical investigation of drug-drug interactions. Several scientific highlights proved the high quality of this meeting and the DDI Workshop participants confirmed in the feedback protocols that they were highly satisfied with the 6th DDI Workshop at Marbach Castle.

The Drug-Drug Interaction Workshop series at Marbach Castle enjoys an unbroken popularity and the number of participants has remained consistently high over the years. The organizers of the DDI Workshop are highly pleased to see that the DDI Workshop is widely recognized and well established. This year the DDI Workshop was fully booked several weeks before the Workshop started.

Robert Hermann, member of the organization team, states: “Again the feedback of the participants was very positive and the organization team is very satisfied that the scientific programme was well accepted. All speeches and presentations of the meeting were scientifically on a very high level and the positive assessment of the Workshop participants generates a big challenge for the organization team to prepare such high quality meetings also in the upcoming years.”

Five scientific sessions were designed to focus on drug-drug interactions involving clinical aspects, regulatory aspects, determination of intracellular drug concentrations as well as influences on drug safety. The issues were covered by distinguished international scientists and experts from academia, pharmaceutical companies, contract research organizations, consultancies as well as governmental and regulatory agencies.

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