The Clinical Trial Collaborations (CTC) conference is a strategic level event focusing on arguably the most important change in transforming drug development: How and who we collaborate with to drive better clinical trial outcomes.
We are pleased to announce that the 3rd annual conference is co-chaired by Ken Getz, Director of Sponsored Research Programs, Tufts CSDD and Murray Abramson, MD, VP Global Clinical Operations, Biogen. Ken also gives the state of the industry address on Mapping the Evolution of Contract Clinical Collaborations to help prepare operation professionals with an understanding of the latest data on:
- The strategic implications of an unprecedented level of acquisitions dominated by private equity investment
- The current structure and concentration of the CRO marketplace
- What to think about and how to prepare for the changing clinical outsourcing landscape
– CTC is Divided into Three Sections –
- Clinical Collaborations: The Evolution, Current Examples to Challenge Us & Progress
- Strategic Collaborations, Virtual Trials & Next Generation Monitoring
- Clinical Research as a Care Option & How to Collaborate to Achieve This
– 2018 Highlights –
Clinical Operation Veteran Leadership
Jay Kaminski, SVP, Global Clinical R&D Operations, Celgene provides a bold and fresh approach to creating a collaborative ecosystem for a 12 month clinical trial!
Industry veteran, Dr Jeremy Chadwick, Group VP, Clinical Development Operations, Shire Pharmaceuticals, joins conference chair, Dr Murray Abramson in a fireside chat. Together, they address what it takes to develop strategic relationships between sponsors and vendors that deliver results and they will give the audience an opportunity to do Q&A with them.
Transformative Collaborations in Clinical Trials
Back by popular demand! We are delighted to confirm that Azmi Nabulsi, MD, Deputy Chief Medical & Scientific Officer, Head of R&D Strategic & Professional Affairs, Takeda together with Tami Klerr, EVP Global Business Development, PRA Health Sciences, talk about how their transformative collaboration is doing a year later. What are the lessons learned that we can benefit from?
Michelle Shogren, Portfolio and Operations Innovation Manager, Bayer and Joseph Kim, MBA, Senior Advisor Clinical Innovation, Eli Lilly share their journeys co-collaborating with startups to create pathways and achieve deliverables more effectively. They explore the potential of innovative startups within the clinical development process while managing the inherent risk of stepping outside of traditional lines.
Collaborating Towards Virtual Trials
Dr Tomasz Sablinski, Founder, Transparency Life Sciences, and Komathi Stem, MS,Founder, monARC Bionetworks, are some of the most disruptive thinkers and doers as they forge ahead in the development of clinical partnerships to make trials more virtual for the benefit of the patients. They will be joined by their sponsor partners in co-presentations to help us understand how to collaborate for virtual/semi-virtual clinical trials. They will also be joined by Science 37’s, Marcella Debidda, VP Patient Engagement.
Collaborating for Compliance
EMD Serono discusses their key strategic partnerships with regulatory agencies and patient associations to take on a high-risk, modern, and efficient late stage clinical trial. How did this approach benefit them on the road to eventual drug approval?
Hear how Ann Hegarty, Executive Director GSMO, CRO Oversight, Allergan and their CRO partner are navigating FDA guidance ICH E6 (R2) together using a strategic approach to make their collaboration compliant and effective.
2nd Annual Clinical Research as a Care Option (CRAACO)
Since 2015, we’ve presented the topic of Clinical Research as a Care Option. Thanks to Katherine Vandebelt, Chief Ecosystem Officer, Reify Health, Jennifer Byrne, Founder,The Greater Gift, Jeff James, CEO, Wilmington Health and Jane Shen, PharmD, President of the Board of Directors at Wake Forest Healthcare Venture who first presented this topic on the DPharm stage, we are delighted to build on their experience and bring this full day agenda on April 11th.
The movement of integrating clinical research into medical care requires the entire healthcare and clinical research ecosystems to collaborate and advocate for change. Why are clinical trials not typically a care option? How do we create physician champions? These are just a few of the topics at CRAACO we are excited to address with a top notch speaking faculty.