Neglected Tropical Diseases Forum: GSK, Merck, and More Discuss Strategic Partnerships in Global Health Programs
Friday September 29th, 2017
The Neglected Tropical Diseases Forum, taking place on October 26–27, 2017 in Boston, is the premier event for building strategic partnerships to support global health programs across the biomedical landscape. Attendees will hear case studies about strategies that support sustained funding and help overcome clinical development and regulatory challenges associated with NTD treatments and diagnostics.
Review all of the session topics and presentations in our agenda here.
Michael Eichberg, Director, Strategic Alliances, Merck, will be discussing experiences with synergistic partnerships to combat the Ebola outbreak.
Shelly O’Donovan, Former Federal and State Legislative Policy/Think Tank Engagement Lead, GlaxoSmithKline, will be discussing how strategic partnerships with think tanks can affect policy changes.
Fabian Gusovsky, Executive Director, Head of Global Health, Eisai, will be discussing how strategic partnerships in global health product development can lead to sustainable drug development solutions beyond philanthropic activity.
Wiweka Kaszubska, Ph.D., Vice President, Head of Product Development, Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV), will be discussing the collaborative role of PDPs in strategic partnerships in the development of new drugs for Malaria.
Your institution’s attendance is essential to the discussions about the alliances needed to effectively combat NTDs. View our brochure here to learn more about the presentations and interactive sessions at this global health conference.
Register today by clicking here.
There are limited exhibition and sponsorship opportunities at this event. If you are interested in engaging with life science and global health executives in an intimate, non-tradeshow-like setting, contact Justin Kreamer, (917) 932–0429or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
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