3rd Annual Clinical Trials Conference 2009 (UK2009)

Venue: BSG House

Location: London, London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 11, 2009 End Date/Time: May 13, 2009
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3rd Annual Clinical Trials Conference 2009 ( http://www.bharatbook.com/Market-Research-Reports/3rd-Annual-Clinical-Trials-Conference-2009-Conference-only.html )provides information on Current trends, techniques and next generation of clinical trials. In recent years the nature of clinical trials has changed considerably. An increased emphasis has been put on pharmaceutical research cost-effectiveness. The pharmaceutical industry has been witnessing a rapid expansion of outsourced services from developing countries. Outsourcing is not limited to the fact that clinical trials are being conducted in economically beneficial developing countries, but pharmaceutical companies are increasingly delegating the responsibility of clinical trials to contract research organisations (CROs).
The major challenge for the pharmaceutical companies in the next five years is to maintain high growth rates. Existing generic competition, the impending loss of major patents and a relatively thin pipeline will all apply substantial pressure to the branded pharmaceutical industries, because of the nature of the clinical trials industry, it will, in turn be under increasing pressure. The market is clearly shifting away from the traditional "one-fits all" model of drug discovery as patients and healthcare professionals increase the demand for targeted therapies. The idea of personalised medicine is to use insights into differences at the molecular level to develop tests and treatments tailored to the needs of specific patient population.
Reviewing the current trends within the pharmaceutical industry, as well outsourcing clinical research organisations (CROs), clinical research is a multi-billion dollar business.
Reasons to attend:
You will be presented with the latest background information for clinical trials and how the pharmaceutical industry is altering its approach to drug development, as well as introducing recent developments in regulatory affairs for clinical trials
Key Themes:
• Current trends of clinical trials environment
• Discovering technologies and techniques for successful clinical trial management
• Techniques for applying risk management principles to clinical trials
• Next generation of clinical trials – How big will the market be?
• Case studies: Analysing the successes and challenges of Phase I & II clinical trials
• Project management of patient clinical trials
• Leveraging interactive response systems to manage cost and risk around drug reconciliation
• Knowledge, attitude and clinical research practices in India
• Setting up clinical trial research hub
• Exploring the effi cacy and safety of new interventions in clinical trials
• Clinical trials of gene therapy for inherited blindness
Key Speakers
• Mats Sundgren, Principal Scientist, AstraZeneca R&D
• John Luthman, Global Head, Experimental Medicine, Merck Serono
• Kamala Rai, M.D, Head-Clinical Development, International Clinical Research Operations, Novartis India
• Jane L Clarke, Asst Vice President - EDC System Owner, Global Development Support, Wyeth Research
• Dr. Richard Peck, Head of Regulatory Affairs, Arpida
• Peter Mclennan, Director of Project Development, Orion Clinical Services
• Trudy Madden, VP, IRT Marketing Communications, Phase Forward
• Professor Robin Ali, Institute of Ophthalmology, University College London
• Sally Shorthose, Partner, Bird & Bird
Target Audience
• Pharmaceutical Organisations
• Generic pharmaceutical Companies
• Contract Research Organizations
• Patient Recruitment Companies
• Government- Department of Health
• Non-profit Organisations/Association
• Academics
• Consultants
VPs, Directors, Heads and Managers of:
• Clinical Research and Development
• Clinical Research Services
• Clinical Data Management
• Medical Affairs
• Clinical Study Design
• Safety Surveillance
• Subject Recruitment
• Product development
• Marketing/Sales
• Regulator Organisers
• Clinical Pharmacology
• Projected Management
• Scientific Affairs
• Healthcare Professionals
• Licensing and Partnering
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