AcademiaPharma: Development Partnerships Summit – 12th and 13th May 2015 – Wellcome Collection Conference Centre, London
Special Workshop on: Medicines Adaptive Pathways for Patients: a new approach to medicines development
Presentation from the Deputy Director Megan Morys and special networking workshop will be hosted by Prof Richard Barker on Medicines Adaptive Pathways for Patients: a new approach to medicines development at AcademiaPharma Europe’s Premier Summit to Fast-Track Academic Collaborations with the Pharmaceutical Industry: Forging Relationships that will Revolutionise Future Drug Discovery and Development conference.
The special ‘Early Bird I’ rates of £350 for academics/not-for-profits and £550 for corporates will be available to NIHR partners/members.
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AcademiaPharma was created because it has never been more important for academics, industry thought leaders and funding bodies to collaborate and build partnerships. There was seen to be a distinct lack of opportunity for these groups to meet formally to discuss collaborations and potential obstacles. This annual event was created in order to bring together interested parties and major players in order to refine strategies and to work towards building bridges between academia and pharma/biotech.
Join the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), Big Innovation Centre, Technology Strategy Board, NIHR, MRC Technology, CASMI, major pharma companies and leading European academic institutes.
Academia Pharma: Development Partnerships will creates a unique environment for leading industry professionals to share novel case studies, develop future strategies and most importantly create mutual partnerships to support drug development. The event will bring together an international community of experts from academia, biopharma, healthcare, research institutions and research councils in order to share best practice in collaborative research and development.
Some of the key topics that will be the focus of this year’s meeting are:
- Government’s role in supporting research collaborations
- Shared IP – Strategy for drug discovery
- The Funding Challenge: alternative approaches
- Mutual risk and reward in pharma/academic collaborations
- Building Strong Research Collaborations in a Global Community
Hope to see you at AcademiaPharma conference on 12th and 13th May 2015 at the Wellcome Collection Conference Centre, London.