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Chief Medical Officer East

05 May 2014 - 06 May 2014 - Boston, MA, USA



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At the Chief Medical Officer Summit, network with professionals who sit at the crux of drug development and raising capital, establishing proof of concept, managing safety, planning phase 3, interacting with regulatory bodies and driving corporate value. Attendees will gain guidance on investment strategies, exit planning, creating a better culture for CMOs and an insight into trends that will change the funding of medical research in the emerging life science space. 

The Summit is organized by the two critical areas Biotech CMOs have to drive:

    1. Directing all R&D functions with limited resources

    2. Raising capital and strategizing appropriate exits




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