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PDA Announces 2018 Global Conference Schedule

For Immediate Release:
01/30/2018
Media Inquiries:
Walt Morris
/ [email protected] /
301-656-5900, x. 148

Bethesda, Md., January 30, 2018 – The Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) today announced its 2018 events calendar, which includes 35 conferences and workshops. These events are developed by all-volunteer subject-matter experts who work with PDA staff to help educate pharmaceutical professionals on important topics related manufacturing science, quality and regulatory affairs.

Headlining the year’s events are five signature meetings: the PDA Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida (March 19-21), which is followed by a workshop on manufacturing intelligence (March 21-22); the 3rd PDA Europe Annual Meeting in Berlin, Germany (June 26-27); the PDA/FDA Joint Regulatory Conference in Washington, DC (Sept. 24-26), which is followed by a workshop on biosimilars (Sept. 26-27); The Universe of Pre-Filled Syringes and Injection Devices in Orlando, Florida (Oct. 8-9), which is followed by a workshop on combination products (Oct. 10); and the 13th Annual PDA Conference on Pharmaceutical Microbiology in Bethesda, Md. (Oct. 15-17), which is followed by a workshop on endotoxins (Oct. 17-18).

PDA once again is collaborating with INTERPHEX (Apr. 17-19, New York, N.Y.), and will offer lectures at the large trade show in the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

Hot topics in pharmaceutical manufacturing and regulation are also addressed in 2018 with the following meetings: the PDA Europe Parenteral Packaging Conference (Feb. 27-28, Rome); PDA Sterile Medicinal Products Manufacturing Conference (May 14-15, Bethesda); PDA Europe Advanced Medicinal Productions Manufacturing Conference (June 5-6, Amsterdam); PDA Cell and Gene Therapy Conference (Oct. 23-24, Bethesda), and more.

The full 2018 schedule of PDA Conferences can be found here. Press passes are available to bona fide members of the press.