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Pharma Integrates 2013

26 Nov 2013 - 27 Nov 2013 - London, UK



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Over 200 strategy level pharmaceutical executives will gather to debate “Strategically transforming pharma business relationships”,

examining how such collaborations are evolving and supporting innovation, productivity, differentiation and profitable growth.

Event Highlights

•         Chairman and Keynote Speaker, Professor Trevor Jones CBE, Director Allergan and President of Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals to open Pharma Integrates with a state of the nation opening address.

•         Exclusive Preview of 2013 UK Life Sciences Start-Up Report from Dr. Glenn Crocker, CEO of Biocity Nottingham.

•         “Building a Resilient Supply Chain” – panellists include Dr Peter Comes, Corporate Vice President End-to-End Supply Network Strategy, Boehringer Ingelheim, Dr Sven Remmerbach, Director Business Development & Contract Manufacturing, Baxter and Arjan Adegeest, Executive Director Supply Chain, Alexion Pharmaceuticals. 

•         The Increasing Role of Collaboration – The Key to Success in the Pharma Industry? – panellists include David Roblin, Chief Medical Officer, Creablis Biotech & Bio-Industry Advisor, NOCRI, Ian Muir, President Modified Release Technologies, Catalent Pharma Solutions and Alex Robertson, Director Sourcing R&D Pharmaceutical Development, AstraZeneca.

•         Champagne and Canapé Networking Reception and Networking Luncheon.


View Agenda at www.lifesciencesindex.com

To *register for Pharma Integrates 2013, contact Miranda.Zouheir@lsi-uk.com or phone +44 (0) 20 8667 2117.

*Early Bird Delegate Rate subject to availability.




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