Drug Delivery Partnerships
Event Mar 30 - Apr 01, 2020
Hyatt Regency Orlando
Orlando, Florida, USA
Year after year this event brings together top scientists and business development leaders from Biotech, Pharma, Generics, Specialty Pharma and Drug Delivery companies to share, discuss, and collaborate. If you work in drug delivery, commercialization/licensing, med device, formulation, biologics, biosimilars, and similar areas. DDP Is The Perfect Blend of Science and Business Development Whether you need to source new partnerships and qualify new deals, or you prefer to delve into the scientific aspects of new drug delivery technologies and innovation, DDP offers it all. Alongside 20+ hours of one-on-one partnering meetings, there will be numerous drug delivery tracks, scientific workshops, and more. Highly acclaimed industry experts from Boehringer Ingelheim, MedImmune, Catalent, Merck, and more share big ideas, critical concepts, and thought leadership on the next leap forward in • Patient-centric drug deliveries and technologies • Disruptive Innovation • Healthcare and Policy • The Future of Drug Delivery • Med Devices • Biosimilar • Biologics • 3D Printing • Combination Products • Oral therapies • New Product Launches and Start-Up Technology • Big Data • Drug Delivery Evolution • Alliance management and negotiation This is the only drug delivery event with partneringONE® partneringONE® is a powerful networking tool that allows you to meet the right people and achieve your goals through one-on-one meetings, all within the palm of your hand. In just three days at DDP, you can have more one-on-one meetings with potential/existing partners than perhaps you will the rest of the year and partnering early helps to accelerate a product’s speed to market. This is the most efficient way to identify and qualify technology leads and close the deals that will expand your product lifecycles. When formulation and technology come together early –they can work cohesively to identify problems at their infancy.
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