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PharmaNet Development Group Clinical Research Experts to Present at Global Professional Meetings in June
Date:6/10/2009

PRINCETON, N.J., June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- PharmaNet Development Group, Inc., a leading provider of clinical development services to innovative pharmaceutical, biotechnology, generic drug and medical device companies, today announced its participation at several international professional meetings during the month of June.

    June 23   45th Drug Information Association (DIA) Annual Meeting
              San Diego, California, Booth 321
              Betty Kuhnert, PhD, MBA, Executive Director, Training Services,
              will chair a session entitled Critical Success Strategies for
              Professional Development and will present "So You Have a New
              Job, Now What? Tactics for Surviving a Job Transition."

    June 24   Phacilitate's Active Immunotherapeutics Forum
              Barcelona, Spain
              Joyce Frey-Vasconcells, PhD, Executive Director, PharmaNet
              Consulting, will make a presentation on "Delivering Strategic
              Solutions to Manufacturing and Product Characterization
              Challenges with Allogeneic Therapies."

              AAPS National Biotechnology Conference
              Seattle, Washington, Booth 305
              Taylor Technology's Robert Dodge, PhD, Laboratory Director,
              Immunochemistry and Cell Biology, Jason Morse, Director,
              Information Technology and Lisa Werdal, Database Systems
              Manager, will be presenting their poster: "Development and
              Implementation of an Information Management System for Tiered
              Immunogenicity Sample Testing and Reporting."

              Robert Dodge, PhD, Marisa Castellana, Research Scientist and
              Dania Yaskanin, Associate Director, Immunochemistry, will also
              present their poster entitled "Optimization of Commercial ELISA
              Kits for the Quantitation of Human Luteinizing Hormone and
              
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