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India is the second most populous country on the globe and projected to be the most populous by 2025. With increasing population, diseases burden is also running parallel, posing major challenges for research and development in particular as well as healthcare infrastructure in general.
Pharmaceutical companies are attempting to reduce the cost and time required to bring a new drug to the market to meet the increasing demand as well as to reduce cost of drug discovery. In this context an overall cost of conducting clinical trials is nearly half in India in comparison to the developed nations. This cost advantage may lead India to become a dominant clinical trial location. However in the year 2012 India conducted nearly 5% of the global clinical trials (according to RNCOS Industry Release solution). However, to achieve the goal of becoming leading clinical location, the country has to build a favorable regulatory environment as well as make enabling provisions for ensuring that trials are authentic and follow global safety and quality norms.
Keeping in view the vital issues and demand, ASSOCHAM, brings forth the essence of modern business practices and unfolds the tremendous opportunity that lies underneath especially in the field of Clinical Trials and largely in the healthcare sector. The forum aims to create a fine link among regulators, Industry and CRI.
Why This Conference:
1.      Discuss the Clinical trial registries: International scenario, (patient recruitment with retention, consistency in multiple site trials, etc)
2.      Understanding national international regulations, guidelines and practices for smoothening product development and universal acceptance
3.      Evaluating the role of outsourcing in clinical trials and its impact on the future of drug developments.
4.      Update on the latest IT enabled platform in clinical practices to constantly monitor work flow, and also to keep a track of the cost & time frame
Bringing together Industry representatives and Government Body to create a platform where industrialists can negotiate on the policies with the Government to ensure smooth functioning of the industry

Registration Fees: 

  • Participation Fees: Rs. 2000/- per Delegate ( Discount of 10% for two or more Delegates)