Overcome Translational & Clinical Challenges to Develop More Effective & Disease-Modifying IPF Drugs
Accelerate the Development of More Meaningful & Disease-Limiting Therapeutics for IPF Patients
The only and most comprehensive summit exclusively addressing the translational and clinical challenges limiting the idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis industry from transforming patient’s lives with more effective and meaningful drug development… is coming back for 2021!
Gathering cross-industry experts alongside pioneering academia once again, the 4th IPF Summit is the must-attend event for IPF drug sponsors and those strategically assessing anti-fibrotic drug development for archetypal fibrotic diseases. Get a head start and register your interest now to hear from industry’s best in a collaborative, dynamic, and instructive setting.
From the latest interrogation of pathophysiology, genetics, and drug mechanisms through to constructively outlining the lumping versus splitting debate and a world with COVID-19, join over 150 respiratory and fibrosis stakeholders at this unique and unrivaled conference, as together they pre-competitively advance the IPF drug development frontier.
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“This was a superb meeting combining several emerging themes in IPF therapies and a dynamic mix of formal presentations with impromptu networking. All the speakers were excellent, and every session provided novel and important insight regarding IPF. The effort the speakers put into their presentations was evident. Great job!”
IPF Attendee, Ceders-Sinai Medical Center
“This was the best pragmatic development conference for pulmonary fibrosis that I have been too.”
- IPF Attendee, Biogen
“I thought this disease-specific conference was informative, by planning a concentrated topic it gave an opportunity to look through a tighter lens."
- IPF Attendee, Genentech
“Very well organized and informative, bringing together some very experienced professionals in the IPF world.”
- IPF Attendee, Mayo Clinic
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