The British Neuroscience Association’s Festival of Neuroscience will take place in Edinburgh after the Ageing and Degeneration: A Physiological Perspective meeting from 12-15 April 2015. It brings together neuroscientists, neurologists, psychologists, psychiatrists, as well as physiologists, pharmacologists and many others.
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On behalf of the board of directors of ESRA and members of the Organising Committee we invite you to join us in Ljubljana for the 34th Annual ESRA Congress - State of the Art Safety Standards in Regional Anaesthesia.
Since its foundation in 1980, ESRA has sought to associate and affiliate into one organization all anaesthesiologists, physicians and scientists who are engaged in, or interested in, the techniques of regional anaesthesia for surgery, obstetrics, paediatrics and pain control.
The early phases of a clinical trial are the most crucial. This is where the potential of a drug is evaluated and applied to the treatment at stake. However, they are also the most expensive and regulated portions of a trial. It can cost up to two billion dollars just to complete these early phases of a clinical trial, and sometimes, they are even bypassed. If this does not occur, and a drug does go through Phase I and Phase IIA, corners can be proactively cut in order to decrease costs, meet regulatory requirements and ensure efficacy.