DDI Workshop Series
The DDI Workshop Series is a non-profit programme to exchange research-based knowledge on drug-drug interactions (DDIs) among all interested stakeholders from pharmaceutical industry, regulatory authorities, academic and health care delivery backgrounds and perspectives.
The overall objective of the International Marbach Castle DDI Workshop Series is to improve and disseminate the scientific knowledge about drug-drug interactions (incl. food-drug and herb-drug interactions), and to foster communication for efficient preclinical and clinical investigation of DDIs across disciplines and organisational borders.
The goal is safer use of pharmaceutical products especially in geriatric and medically complex patient populations with various co-morbidities and increasing poly-pharmacotherapy.
The DDI Workshop Series was founded in 2010 as a private initiative of four experts in the field from academia and industry, intrigued by the notion that the field of drug-drug interactions (DDIs) is getting increasingly important and complex.
The Faculty members do have different academic and professional backgrounds, thereby complementing each other in their scientific and practical DDI experiences, perspectives and approaches.
The Workshops take place at the Marbach Castle Conference Centre (see the following website: www.schlossmarbach.de) and are organized by cr.appliance.