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(TAMPA, FLORIDA, USA, 07 JANUARY 2010) – Pharmaceutical science and manufacturing industry professionals, regulators, and suppliers can still gain critical insights from ISPE 2009 Annual Meeting via downloadable recordings of keynote presentations and select education sessions from the ISPE 2009 Annual Meeting held 8 -11 November in San Diego, California, USA.
“We were very pleased to host 1,700 pharmaceutical science and manufacturing industry professionals, regulators, and suppliers from around the world at our Annual Meeting,” said ISPE President and CEO Robert P. Best. “However, we are also pleased to offer the highlights from the conference using web technology to those who were unable to attend.”
Themed, “Thriving in a Survival Environment,” the event’s more than 50 education sessions in eleven tracks of interest, keynote addresses, and networking opportunities shared ways for industry professionals to be “lean, mean, and green” despite challenges that may be arising in their global economies.
ISPE, the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering, is the Society of choice for 24,000 technical professionals working in or serving the manufacturing sector or drug development in the pharmaceutical industry in 90 countries. ISPE aims to be the catalyst for "Engineering Pharmaceutical Innovation" by providing Members with opportunities to develop their technical knowledge, exchange practical experience within their community, enhance their professional skills, and collaborate with global regulatory agencies and industry leaders. Founded in 1980, ISPE offers online learning opportunities for a global audience and has its worldwide headquarters in Tampa, Florida, USA; its European office in Brussels, Belgium; an Asia Pacific office in Singapore; and its newest office in Shanghai, China. Visit www.ISPE.org for additional Society news and information.
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