Neglected Tropical Diseases Forum -

Neglected Tropical Diseases Forum
October 26 - 27, 2017
Boston, MA

Explore strategic partnerships that will support the clinical development, regulatory challenges, and market access of neglected tropical disease treatments.

Neglected Tropical Diseases Forum – Neglected Tropical Diseases Forum

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A successful neglected tropical disease (NTD) program utilizes private and public resources through strong multi–sector partnerships across the biomedical landscape. Finding the balance between social equity and business goals is key for global health partners to provide access to treatments and other resources.

ExL’s NTDs Forum will function as a platform for participants to unpack the benefits and logistical hurdles of multi–sector partnerships in the NTD space. Attendees will explore the impact of multi–sector partnerships on sustained funding, clinical development, regulatory, and market access challenges associated with neglected tropical disease treatments.

Evolution and Future of Donation Programs Roundtable:

Donation programs are a key part of the NTD landscape and a major contributing factor to the elimination of NTDs. “The 2012 London Declaration on NTDs, a global policy milestone, underscores the growing global momentum to accelerate progress toward the WHO 2020 goals” USAID. Medication donation programs continue to be a major factor in achieving those goals.

This portion of the conference is a conversation–style forum dedicated to donation program expansion, development, and future. We will unpack the impact of medication donation program on the global health marketplace their impact on the viability of new products. An interactive roundtable discussion will involve both the speaking faculty and audience in an effort to weave together ideas and concepts between experts. This interactive portion is the ideal format to stimulate conversation and share essential knowledge between donors, receivers, and facilitators.

The Medication Donation program Roundtable will be lead by Elizabeth (EJ) Ashbourne,
Executive Director, PARTNERSHIP FOR QUALITY MEDICAL DONATIONS

Top Five Reasons to Attend

  1. Explore models of multi–sector partnerships that can bridge funding gaps and minimize risk to support the management of neglected tropical diseases
  2. Discuss the evolution and future of donation programs as we approach the 2020 goals
  3. Strengthen the strategic partnerships that can assist in the management of neglected tropical diseases
  4. Overcome the regulatory and logistic challenges of conducting clinical trials in the developing world
  5. Highlight the need for global health innovations and discuss policies that can lead to expanded medication access to the patients that require them

Who Should Attend

This conference is designed for representatives from pharmaceutical biotechnology companies, non-profit institution, or a social enterprise with responsibilities in the following areas:

  • Tropical Disease Program Management
  • Global Health
  • Global Public Health
  • Global Medical Affairs
  • Global Market Access
  • Market Access
  • Business Development
  • Regulatory Intelligence
  • Regulatory Strategy Advisers
  • Licensing
  • Strategic Planning
  • Strategic Partnerships
  • Collaboration Liaison
  • Clinical Development
  • Clinical Operations
  • Clinical Affairs
  • Program Management
  • Non-Profit Partnerships
  • Risk Management
  • Corporate Responsibility
  • Medical Information/Affairs

This conference is also of interest to:

  • Strategic/Management Consultants
  • Law Firms
  • Regulatory Strategy Advisors
  • Clinical Research Organizations
  • Investment Community Members
Startdate: 2017-10-26
End Date 2017-10-27

Description: The Neglected Tropical Diseases Forum will explore public-private partnerships that can support the development of new treatments, ensure access to safe and cost-affective drugs, and learn the information they need to help them make policy and funding decisions that will support the elimination of tropical diseases.
Performer: ExL Events
Address : 101 Harborside Drive Neglected Tropical Diseases Forum
Boston
MA
USA

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