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TECHNOLOGY & RARE NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES SYMPOSIUM

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The University of Rochester, a national leader in rare diseases clinical research and therapeutic development, is hosting a one-day symposium on novel applications of technology to accelerate the development of new therapeutics for patients with rare neurological disorders.

Regional and national leaders in rare diseases, health technologies, and clinical trials will demonstrate how to leverage new tools and technologies to enhance patient partnership, reduce the burden of participation in clinical research, and accelerate development of new therapeutics.

introducing

TECHNOLOGY & RARE NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES SYMPOSIUM

presented by

The University of Rochester, a national leader in rare diseases clinical research and therapeutic development, is hosting a one-day symposium on novel applications of technology to accelerate the development of new therapeutics for patients with rare neurological disorders.

Regional and national leaders in rare diseases, health technologies, and clinical trials will demonstrate how to leverage new tools and technologies to enhance patient partnership, reduce the burden of participation in clinical research, and accelerate development of new therapeutics.

Friday, May 12, 2017

7:30am - 3:45pm

Helen Wood Hall Auditorium

TRNDS Speakers

Regional and national leaders in rare diseases, health technologies and clinical trials

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University of Rochester
255 Crittenden Blvd.
Rochester, NY 14692

Details

Friday, May 12, 2017
7:30am - 3:45pm
Saunders Research Building
Hellen Wood Hall

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