FDA centennial science forum

A forum for emerging science and technology

Scientists and clinicians from all over the country will attend the Food and Drug Administration's 2006 Science Forum from April 18-20, 2006. This unique conference brings together FDA scientists with their counterparts in industry, academia and government in an informal environment that promotes open discussion of emerging science and technology.

This year's Science Forum includes 23 sessions, featuring presentations by FDA experts and leaders of the academic and public health communities. The session topics span the breadth of FDA's regulatory responsibilities, bringing the latest thinking in innovative approaches to the important science-based regulatory mission of the FDA.

The FDA Science Forum is an annual event that has serves as a comprehensive program to train, communicate and promote issues relating to scientific development and regulations. The science forum includes a poster session that showcases scientific achievements and offers an opportunity for informal scientific exchange with colleagues. The poster abstracts must be submitted by March 10.


More information about the 2006 Science Forum or about poster abstract submission can be found at www.fda.gov/scienceforum.

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