DRD
International Multidisciplinary Symposium on Drug Research and Development

5 - 7 October 2017 ERZURUM
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Dear Colleagues,

"The Society of Researchers in Pharmacy and Medicine" was founded with the aim of improving the activities on drug research, development and application as well as establishing an active networking platform for the academic staff, graduate and undergraduate students from the faculties of pharmacy, medicine and chemistry; professionals who are working in the research & development and quality control departments of drug industry and also the representatives of public institutions. 

Our society recently decided to organize a series of international meetings titled as “International Multidisciplinary Symposium on Drug Research and Development” in coordination with the pharmacy faculties in Türkiye every two years. The meetings which were co-organized by Faculty of Pharmacy, Gazi University in 2013, and Faculty of Pharmacy Anadolu University in 2015, with a broad participation.

Faculty of Pharmacy, Atatürk University, will host the “International Multidisciplinary Symposium on Drug Research and Development-2017 (DRD 2017)” on 5-7th of October, 2017 with the contributions of thirty four pharmacy faculties. The Symposium intends to have professionals working on drug research and development; share information, discuss innovations, establish and develop partnerships. All stakeholders of drug research and development are invited to participate and expected to provide their valuable contributions in DRD 2017.

We delighted to invite you to participate in the “International Multidisciplinary Symposium on Drug Research and Development-2017” in Erzurum, Türkiye.

Sincerely,

   Prof. Sedef  Kır, Ph.D

Cochair of the Organizing Committee & President of the Society of Researchers in Pharmacy and Medicine (ILARUD)  

 

DRD2017 Ataturk University Faculty of Pharmacy 25240 Erzurum/Turkey http://www.atauni.edu.tr/eczacilik-fakultesi drd2017@atauni.edu.tr +90 442 231 5200 (Phone) +90 442 231 5201 (Fax)