MUMBAI, January 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Only Event in India Bringing Heads of High Potent Drug Manufacturing and R&D Together
High potent active pharmaceutical ingredient (HPAPI) market is rapidly growing a very strong foothold in Indian pharmaceutical industry. As per the industry experts, high potent drug is a niche area which requires a clear understanding regarding the entire process of development and manufacturing. As it involves complexities in terms of handling and safety issues, there are stringent regulatory requirements which have been evolving with time. These criteria again require a thorough knowledge.
To discuss similar issues, CPhI's High Potent Drugs 2013, a 3-day strategic forum, is being conducted from 23-25 January 2013 at The Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport, India.
This strategic meet covers a wide gamut of topics that concern advances in high potent drug development, manufacturing and facility design to ensure swift market introduction of cost-effective and consistent quality high potent drugs.
At High Potent Drugs 2013, senior industry experts such as Justin Mason from Safebridge, Dean Calhoun from Affygility Solutions, Rino Coladangelo from Rephine, Dr. Bhaswath Chakraborty from Cadila Pharmaceuticals, Jatin Gajjar from Famy Care and many others will share valuable insights on significant approaches in the high potent drug domain.
High Potent Drugs 2013 will also bring together Presidents, Directors, Heads of R&D, Manufacturing, Formulations and Containment Equipment from across the globe.
To know more about High Potent Drugs 2013 conference, click here.
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