Understanding the Development Challenges Associated with Emerging Non-Traditional Antibiotics

June 14, 2018 -
9:00 am to 4:30 pm

Capitol Ballroom D & E

1331 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20004

 

To find the meeting space, upon entering the 14th Street entrance you can take the elevators (past the front desk on the right hand side)  take down -3 (Ballroom Level). 

 

Please send questions for the presenters to duke.abx@duke.edu

 

Contact Info

202-621-2810
margolisevents@duke.edu

Description

Convened by the Duke-Robert J. Margolis, MD, Center for Health Policy at Duke University and supported by a cooperative agreement with FDA, this public event will focus on the range of non-traditional pharmaceutical approaches being developed to combat bacterial infections. Speakers will address the importance of development in this area, the full spectrum of technologies currently under development, and the outstanding scientific challenges in assessing efficacy of these products in pre-clinical and clinical settings. Discussion will help to prioritize challenge areas in which additional considerations and research will need to be developed moving forward.

This event will be webcast live the day of the event. 

Please note: Beverages will be provided in the morning and during breaks. Lunch will not be provided, however there are numerous places in the local area. An information sheet will be provided at the event of nearby restaurants.

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