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I am moderating a round table discussion on "Development and
Maintaining a Biomarker Monitoring Program" on November 19, 2008
Wednesday 1.00 am -3..00 pm during the upcoming AAPS annual meeting
in Atlanta during this round table we discuss Biomarkers have
attained a pivotal place in drug development. There needs to be a
clear understanding of rational biomarker identification and validated
programs in place for meaningful drug development process. Properly
selected biomarkers offer efficient drug development process. In this
session we discuss how to run a meaningful biomarker program. I am
requesting you to post any questions you may have so that we can try
to get answers for your question during this round table and I will
post discussion results in these fora.
Please send your questions to prasad.tata.-at-.covidien.com
Prasad NV Tata, MS, Ph.D., FCP
675 McDonnell Blvd.
Saint Louis, MO 63134
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I am responding to your two messages announcing the two round tables
you will be moderating at the AAPS, and I would like to call your
attention to the work we are doing at MACNIS (http://www.macnis.org)
and as part of the Imaging Biomarkers Roundtable. You can find
information on what was done at the 2008 meeting at
.. We are currently planning a meeting in 2009.
Of all the groups that participated in the 2008 Imaging Biomarkers
Roundtable, MACNIS was the only one for whom PK/PD is a central
activity, and we are in the process of expanding our activities,
albeit with the limitation of available funding. Please have a look at
the documents on our website and let me know whether you need
I am copying the members of the Executive Council of MACNIS in case
some of them may wish to provide you with further input.
Professor Walter Wolf, Ph.D. Distinguished Professor of Pharmaceutical
Director, Pharmacokinetic Imaging Program
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Pharmacy
Chair, Biomedical Imaging Science Initiative
University of Southern California 1985 Zonal Ave., Los Angeles, CA
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