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Network Meeting Cambridge: Alliance Models, the Past, the Present and the Future

17:30 - 20:30

Location:
Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst, Gunnels Wood Rd, Stevenage, Hertfordshire SG1 2FX
Date:
02 November 2016
 
Alliance Models, the Past, the Present and the Future

Increasingly academia and industry are partnering up in the drug discovery process to progress targets more quickly and efficiently through the pipeline.  This meeting will explore different models of working, what has been established and updates of their progress.  The evening will also focus on what we can learn from past and present models to establish more fruitful collaborations in the future.  Robert Thong from SciTechStrategy, has carried out research in the area of partnerships, especially in small biotech and large pharma working together, and will also present his published findings during the evening.

Programme:

17.30 - Registration, Tea & Coffee

18.00 - Welcome from SBC and One Nucleus

Chair: 
Martino Picardo, SBC
 
18.05 - Commercialising Academic Research
John Kelly, MRC Technology
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18.20 - Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult, An Update
Simon EllisonCell and Gene Therapy Catapult
                          
18.35 - Open Innovation Drug Discovery
Chris Beadle, Lilly

18.50 - Findings from “Biopharma R&D Partnerships”, Robert Thong, SciTechStrategy

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19.00 - Panel Discussion
 
19.30 - Networking and Drinks
 
20.30 - Close

Prices:
Non-member - £50 + VAT
Academics and students - contact nadia@onenucleus.com
Title: Network Meeting Cambridge: Alliance Models, the Past, the Present and the Future
Start: 2016-11-02 17:30:00Z
End: 2016-11-02 20:30:00Z