PhysioStim attends SPS meeting 2018 in Washington
The PhysioS’Team is pleased to confirm that we’ll attend the upcoming SPS meeting, which takes place from September 30 to October 03, 2018 in Washington.
This year, the Safety Pharmacology Society organizes the annual SPS meeting in the Marriott Wardman Park Washington at the following address: 2660 Woodley Rd NW, Washington DC 20008, USA. More information on the meeting and its program can be found on the official website of the Safety Pharmacology Society, but below you’ll already find a short overview of the agenda:
- A dynamic forum on best practices for the industry, CROs, academics and regulators
- Scientific Sessions organized by SPS Members
- Sessions on some of the hottest topics in safety pharmacology related research
- 6 CE Courses taught by experts in the field
- Keynote speaker sessions by key opinion leaders
- Poster sessions featuring cutting-edge research
- And much more…
Come meet the PhysioS’Team #booth 412
Don’t hesitate to come visit us, we’ll be delighted to talk about your project and see how we can help you derisk your compounds. For those who haven’t worked with us yet: PhysioStim is a preclinical CRO for cardiovascular pharmacology and electrophysiology studies. We provide a wide range of assays using cellular, tissue or organ models to conduct both mandatory and complementary studies and help your project move forward. PhysioStim has over 18 years of expertise in developing in vitro and ex vivo models to investigate potential drug-related cardiac adverse effects.
Discover the European Centre for Excellence for preclinical cardiovascular electrophysiology
PhysioStim and ApconiX will be celebrating the first anniversary of The European Centre of Excellence for preclinical cardiovascular electrophysiology at the Safety Pharmacology Society Meeting. ApconiX will be represented by Dr Michael Morton, who will also join in the celebrations at booth #412.
Learn more about PhysioStim’s cutting-edge research at the poster sessions
Interested in learning more about PhysioStim’s cutting-edge approach to safety pharmacology research? Come meet us at the poster sessions (#0064), where we’ll present our data on the “Effects of Temperature Changes on Left Ventricular Cardiac Functions and Cardiac Electrical Activity Parameters of Guinea–Pig Isolated Perfused Heart”. Don’t miss out!
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