Join us at AAPS 2021 PharmSci 360 from Oct. 17-20, 2021, in Philadelphia, PA.
Learn more about Element’s pharmaceutical testing services, including our microbiology and analytical chemistry testing options. Visit us in Booth #114 or request a meeting below to learn more about how Element's extractables and leachables, raw materials and microbiology testing services can help keep your project on track.
About the event
PharmSci 360 offers more than 100 sessions featuring content and discussions on current industry trends and concerns. The sessions are split among six topic tracks:
- Discovery and Basic Research
- Preclinical Development
- Clinical Pharmacology
- Manufacturing and Analytical Characterization
- Formulation and Delivery
Connect with industry experts to share ideas and learn about new innovations, trends, regulations and more.
Book a meeting
Schedule a meeting with one of our experts to learn more about how we can help you to develop better products, save time and money, and minimize potential risk to your business.
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