World TB Day 2017 Forum
Join Q2 Solutions and the South African Clinical Research Association to mark TB Day 2017
Pretoria, South Africa | March 24, 2017 - March 24, 2017 | 09:30 - 13:00 Add to Calendar
About This EventQ2 Solutions and SACRA are committed to this year’s TB day theme “United to End TB”. Q2 Solutions and SACRA will be hosting a focused meeting to mark TB Day 2017 bringing together leaders from across the industry to discuss current topics and challenges in the field of TB. This event will feature presentations from TB thought leaders, informational sessions from vendors supporting TB research, and a tour of Q2 Solutions’ TB lab facility.
We are pleased to announce this even will qualify for continuing professional development education credit.
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123 Amkor Rd
Pretoria, 0184, South Africa
Friday, March 24th, 08:30 – 11:30
TOPICS AND SPEAKERS
Diagnosing Tuberculosis: The Missing Millions by Dr. Bernard Fourie, PhD
Bernard Fourie is an Extraordinary Professor and member of the research staff in the Department of Medical Microbiology, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Pretoria. Formerly, he served as the Director of the Tuberculosis Research Institute and the National TB Research Programme of the Medical Research Council.
Recent TB Drug Development Results and the Path Forward by Dr Christo van Niekerk. MD., FCPaed., MBA.
Dr. Christo van Niekerk, a Pharmaceutical Physician and Pediatric Specialist, is a Senior Director, Clinical Development and Head of the Office at the TB Alliance, Pretoria, helping to oversee clinical TB trials in endemic countries.
TB - A Clinical Trial Perspective by Dr. Ayaskant Pany, MD
Dr. Pany is currently the Medical Laboratory Director, at Q2 Solutions lab in Pretoria, South Africa. His broad responsibilities include both administrative and technical management of the laboratory and its employees. He also oversees developmental activities for TB and microbiology at Q2 Solutions.
We look forward to seeing you in Pretoria.