Frontiers in Drug Development Seminar on
September 6, 2018, Basel
The integration of big data and artificial intelligence in drug discovery and development, public health, and personal health is making headway. Advanced analytical and cognitive computing tools are becoming indispensable to make data accessible and applicable in order to unleash the yet untapped potential of big data. Stakeholders in drug discovery and development as well as decision makers in public health need access to the right data at the right time to facilitate informed decisions.
The driving interest to promote artificial intelligence for drug discovery and development is its potential to increase the speed of discovery, to facilitate the identification of new targets and compounds, and consequently, the prospective of reduced costs for the drug development process.As researchers, drug developers, manufacturers, regulators, patients, and payers we should be aware of the chances and challenges big data and artificial intelligence are offering to advance health care and in particular drug development.
We invite you to join us for the seminar and get insights to the prospects of “Big Data and Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare and Drug Development”.
1 day workshops, recognised for continuing professional development. The workshops are held on day four of each ECPM Course Module.
5 workshops over a period of two years equal 1 ECTS credit.
Accredited as continuing education by the Swiss Society of Pharmaceutical Medicine (SGPM) and the Swiss Society of Pharmaceutical Professionals (SwAPP).
For MMD participants, the fee of this Module is not included in the MMD tuition fee.
For use à la carte or CPD, course fee incl. Course material, lunch and coffee breaks is CHF 680. For Alumni, SGPM and SwAPP members CHF 580, for academia a reduced price of CHF 210 is offered.