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Pharma Patents Conferences in 2015: 1. International Patent Information Conference & Exposition 2. Global Intellectual Property Convention 3. Drug and Medical Device Litigation 4. Trade Secrets Protection & Enforcement 5. Pharma & Biotech Patent Litigation 6. Effective Trade Mark Administration 7. Best Practices For Selling Your Patents 8. Certified Patent Valuation Analyst 9. EU & US Patent Applications Lists of Societies related to pharma: 1) International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) 2) American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS), USA 3) Austrian Association of Hospital Pharmacists (AAHP), Australia 4) Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences (CSPS), Canada 5) Chinese Pharmaceutical Association (CPA), China 6) European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences (EUFEPS), Europe 7) German Pharmaceutical Society (DPhG), Germany 8) Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA), India Major Pharma and related Companies: 1) Pfizer, USA 2) Novartis, Switzerland 3) Merck & Co., USA 4) Bayer, Germany 5) GlaxoSmithKline, U K 6) Johnson & Johnson, USA 7) Sanofi, France 8) Hoffmann–La Roche, Switzerland 9) AstraZeneca, UK 10) Abbott Laboratories, USA 11) Bristol-Myers Squibb, USA 12) Eli Lilly and Company, USA 13) Amgen, USA 14) Takeda Pharmaceutical Co., Japan
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