ACT 40th Annual Meeting

Connect with the friendly team at Sinclair Research while you’re at the ACT 40th Annual Meeting on November 17-20, 2019 in Phoenix, AZ. We’ll be at booth 406 to say hello and discuss the next study in your safety program. Schedule a meeting today to meet with our team in Phoenix.

We’re excited to have Dr. Scott E. Boley co-chair two CE courses this year and Dr. Jeffrey Klein present the session “What to Know When Choosing a Model for Dermal Research” at the meeting. We hope can join us!

“What to Know When Choosing a Model for Dermal Research”

Presented by Dr. Jeffrey Klein, PhD, DABT

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Session #2: 8:00am-8:55am

The minipig is considered to be the best animal model to understand drug effects in human skin. The Hanford and Göttingen minipigs have been used for accepted regulatory submissions. Sinclair Research is developing a white Sinclair lineage, which may provide another alternative when choosing a model for dermal research.

Participants in this program will learn about the use of minipigs for development of dermal products. Differences between lineages of minipigs will be discussed, including the pros and cons of each lineage. In addition, Sinclair will present recent results comparing irritation, clinical pathology, and histopathology from different minipigs.

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Guy Bouchard CEO
Scott Boley Vice President,Research & Operations
Jeff Klein Director, Toxicology & Dermatology
Luke Zhang Senior Scientist
Robyn Harvey Scientist I
Andy Brown Vice President, Commercial Operations
Greg Ochs Senior Director, Business Development
Bob Neiswender Director, Business Development
Eric Blair Director, Business Development
Jyoti Mundra Director, Business Development
George Kerrick Director of Marketing
November 17-20, 2019

JW Marriott Desert Ridge
5350 E Marriott Dr
Phoenix, AZ 85054

Booth #406

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