ASENT 2019 Annual Meeting
Annual Meeting Keynote
ASENT is pleased to announce that Dr. Robert Temple, MD, CDER’s Deputy Center Director for Clinical Science and Acting Deputy Director of the Office of Drug Evaluation, will deliver a keynote address at the ASENT 2019 Annual Meeting. Dr. Temple will share his knowledge on trial design, new design parameters, outcomes and new approaches using genetics and molecular biology to enrich the clinical studies.
Dr. Temple’s keynote will take place on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 8:00 am, at the Bethesda North Marriott in Rockville, MD. We are pleased to welcome Dr. Temple and hope you will have the opportunity to hear this important presentation.
The American Society for Experimental Neurotherapeutics (ASENT) is an independent non-profit organization established in 1997 by leaders in academia, industry, government, and advocacy to facilitate the process by which new therapies are made available to patients with neurological disorders. ASENT welcomes members in academia, industry, government, and advocacy dedicated to this vision who are seeking a unique forum and network opportunity to advance this cause. LEARN MORE
ASENT Member Stories
I initially joined ASENT when I was in academia and my main interest in the Society was related to its journal, Neurotherapeutics. I eventually became a member of its editorial board. With this level of involvement I became aware of the excellent scientific presentations at the annual meeting and this then also became a focus of my interest.
Participate in the Compendium
Now smaller and emerging companies in the neurotherapeutics space have an opportunity to get their name and pitch in front of key stakeholders in the field. The ASENT Compendium has removed many of the barriers to entry that previously existed.
Save the Date
Even if you are not planning to submit an abstract, be sure to save the date for the 2019 Annual Meeting. Our Program Chair, Steward Factor, DO, brings his 30 years experience in the field of neurology as he leads us in developing an outstanding program.
Registration opens in Fall 2018
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