One of the main reasons many participants attend and return to the Global Annual Meeting - it is the best opportunity of the year to connect with health care development professionals.
With over 15 hours of time dedicated to networking activities, you will have various opportunities to meet with key decision makers in your field and across interdisciplinary stakeholder groups.
Hear from top thought-leaders on global, interdisciplinary topics about the future of therapeutics and how they affect you.
Experience our Vast Program
Engage with your peers and expert speakers during 160+ sessions in 11 tracks, and 15+ hot topics.
Add a Short Course
Space is filling up fast! Add a Preconference Short Course to your meeting registration and enhance your educational experience.
Hear Alexander Tsiaras deliver our keynote address – Interactive Storytelling and Personal Health Data Drives Unprecedented Patient Empowerment.
DIA Community Members drive the agenda and topics for this new, intimate learning experience!
Career Fair, Sunday, June 18
Attend the Complimentary Career Fair to meet with leading employers in the life sciences industry who will be showcasing their featured employment opportunities.
Student Forum, Sunday, June 18
Looking for a career in drug development? Attend our free Student Forum to learn more about your numerous opportunities.
Sunday Networking Opportunities
Arrive early on Sunday and check out our Sunday Professional Development Sessions to learn more about networking in your field and how to get ahead in your career.
CISCRP Medical Heroes Appreciation 5K, Monday, June 19
Run and Walk to celebrate the study volunteers who give the gift of participation in clinical research.
Opening Reception, Monday, June 19, 4:30-6:00PM
Network with fellow attendees and exhibitors at the Opening Reception in the Exhibit Hall.
Power Up! Tuesday, June 20, 12:15-1:30PM
Speakers at the Power Up! session will share personal or professional insight and how they have leveraged that to drive action in their field of work, all in just a short five minute presentation.
Visit the student and professional Posters in the Exhibit Hall to stay abreast of the latest developments in life sciences.
Cradles to Crayons®
DIA is happy to be partnering with Cradles to Crayons®, who provide homeless or low-income children with the essential items they need. As a volunteer, you will work in various stations, quality assessing donated items, and assembling kid packs for distribution to children in need.