Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Nordics 201417-18 September 2014, Copenhagen, Denmark
With healthcare innovation and growth being considered a top priority for the Nordic region, clinical trials are regarded as a key aspect of delivery innovation, with governments incentivising and rewarding such efforts. One of the key considerations for the Nordics is the need for collaboration. Furthermore, with the increased rewards for innovation, the industry is looking to increase R&D activity, which in turn means there will be considerable development within clinical trials. Against this backdrop, OCT Nordics will allow companies from within this Nordic-specific hub to come together and discuss proven strategies to improve and create partnerships within clinical trials and medical devices.
Alongside the biopharmaceutical outsourcing sessions, we will also include unique medical device-specific sessions in a separate stream covering: medical device outsourcing, patient recruitment and new regulations (e.g. MDD). This year’s event will have more of an operational focus and bring together senior industry representatives to discuss the latest challenges within clinical outsourcing and medical device-related challenges such as: improved vendor communication strategies, vendor sourcing/selection, budgeting and contracting, oversight and management, patient recruitment, risk-based monitoring and feasibility plans.
Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Nordics 2014 promises to be a highly engaging meeting and will present a unique platform for discussion alongside thought-sharing on innovative strategies within outsourcing models in this ever-growing region.
On behalf of World Courier and Arena International, we wish to cordially invite all attendees at the upcoming Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Nordic Conference to a first evening drinks reception to be held immediately following the conclusion of Day 1 activities.
Whether you are a senior professional in a global pharmaceutical company or a smaller company looking to expand, access to insight and knowledge about the latest pharmaceutical trends is vital.
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Primary delegates for this event are those with responsibility for clinical outsourcing in biotech and pharma companies within the Nordic region.
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Testimonials from other events in our Outsourcing in Clinical Trials Series
US-based biopharmaceutical firm Exelixis has reported disappointing top-line results from the final analysis of COMET-1, the Phase III trial of cabozantinib in men with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC).
Boston Strategics (BSC) has started a Phase I clinical trial of Fujifilm's anti-cancer agent FF-10501 in the US to treat patients with advanced haematologic malignancies, such as relapsed or refractory high-risk myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS).
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has lifted a partial hold on patient enrolments for three Phase Ib clinical trials evaluating OncoMed Pharmaceuticals' experimental cancer drug, vantictumab.
US-based biotech firm Senesco Technologies has completed patient enrolment in its ongoing Phase Ib/IIa clinical trial of SNS01-T to treat patients with relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma, plasma cell leukemia or B cell lymphoma.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted clearance to Asterias Biotherapeutics for the initiation of a Phase I/IIa clinical trial of its product, AST-OPC1, to treat patients with complete cervical spinal cord injury.
Isis Pharmaceuticals (ISIS) has started a Phase III clinical trial of ISIS-APOCIII to treat patients with familial chylomicronemia syndrome (FCS), a rare orphan disease.