Drug Discovery innovation programme
24 - 25 May 2018 | Boston, US

10th Clinical Trials Innovation Programme (East Coast)


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Why Attend

World BI is back with its 10th exclusive Clinical Trials Innovation Programme scheduled to be held in May 2018.

It is the most happening and futuristic activity for the Clinical trials professionals and the experts from the leading pharma/biotech companies and CRO’s to be a part of this unrivalled networking event. CTIP is an invitation-only platform for the pharma industry to grasp a deep insight through the clinical trials taking into account the Outsourcing, Partnerships, Operations, the future challenges, trends and latest technologies being incorporated in to the clinical trials practices. The sparkling discussions on strategies for patient recruitment & involvement, Real world evidence, disease specific trials and the evolution in the Globalization of clinical trials makes this event a unique opportunity for decision makers to gain access and get involved in thought provoking interactions with the attendees and forge lasting business relationships.

120+

Attendees

12+

Networking Hours

20+

Keynote Speakers

250+

One on One meetings

Speakers

PAUL ROWE

VP, Global Medical Affairs Head, Respiratory

KARTHINATHAN THANGAVELU

Senior Director, Biostatistics

DR. GERALD J. YAKATAN

CEO, Chairman

JASON CONNER

Director of Software Solutions

KERRY B.BIRON

Associate Director, Clinical Quality Assurance

SUDEESH TANTRY

VP, Clinical Development

ELIZABETH BEATTY

Head of Digital Clinical Trials

IRVING SUCHOLEIKI

President & CEO

Agenda

Session Time
Disruptive Innovation In Clinical Trials 9:00-12:10
Patients In Clinical Trials 12:10-14:00
Operations In Clinical Trials 14:00-16:40
Partnership And Collaborations 16:40-17:30
Session Time
Disruptive Innovation In Clinical Trials (B) 9:00-12:10
Disease Specific Clinical Trials 12:10-14:20
Disease Specific Clinical Trials 14:10-17:00

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