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Industrial challenges facing the biopharmaceutical sector, analyzed at the Summer School on Medicines

Under the framework of the School, a session will be held for professionals from the sector dealing with two current issues: 'Health Economics' and 'Regenerative Medicine'.

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22.06.2011

BY BIOCAT

The Summer School on Medicines (SSM3) is a unique training program on drug development. This third edition will include for the first time, in addition to the speakers, case studies and networking session, a special workshop designed for professionals from the biopharmaceutical industry.

The Industrial Challenges session, which will be held on 21 July 2011 at the Barcelona Science Park (PCB), is different from the rest of the SSM3 program, in terms of both its dynamic and its target audience: it is geared towards not only students registered in the School but also any professionals from the sector that want to sign up for only this session, which will analyze two current issues in the biopharma industry that present significant challenges for professionals: Health Economics and Regenerative Medicine.

These two issues will be dealt with in consecutive sessions, moderated by industry leaders in Catalonia —Jordi Martí (Amgen) and Jordi Julve (Salvat)— and will each have four top-notch speakers from the sector. Confirmed speakers are:  Samanta Cimitan (Lonza), Josep M. Echarri (Inveready), Joan Garcia (XCelia), Alicia Granados (Genzyme), Jordi Julve (Salvat Biotech), Jordi Martí (Amgen), Jo Pisani (PriceWaterhouseCopers) and Pedro Luis Sánchez (Farmaindustria).


 
Registration for this workshop costs €60 and includes materials, coffee breaks and a networking lunch.

To sign up:

  • Send an e-mail to ssm3@pcb.ub.cat with “Register for Industrial Challenges Session" in the subject line.
  • You will receive confirmation by e-mail with the bank details to pay the registration fee (€60). 
  • Then send a receipt of the bank transfer to ssm3@pcb.ub.cat.

Date: Thursday, 21 July 2011?
Time: 9 am to 6 pm?
Place: Barcelona Science Park • C/ Baldiri Reixac, 4 • Barcelona (Spain)

 

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