Join Alacrita at the CIC on January 29th, 2019, for an educational session on European drug development and commercialization. You will learn about valuable insight into most challenging aspects of the European drug development process.
This roundtable discussion will kick off around ERP platforms, hurdles to change, managing R&D, and benefits to cloud solutions and then be turned over to the group to table the topics of their choosing.
We believe this is a great opportunity to get an understanding of Oracle, SAP, and Workday offerings and share experiences with life sciences peers.
Innovative technologies, groundbreaking therapies, and the consumerization of healthcare are just a few of the factors impacting organizations today. With the multitude of rapid changes affecting the industry, the opportunity exists to rethink traditional business models within the life sciences ecosystem and create new value.
Please join us for an engaging discussion that explores these disruptors and focuses on how the life sciences community in Massachusetts is paving the way for local and global change.
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Boston! Our July Seminar & Mixer event " Quantitative & Systems Pharmacology (QSP) in Drug Discovery" is approaching. The event features a talk by our distinguished guest speaker Tristan Maurer, PhD, Senior Director of Translational Modeling & Simulation, Department of Medicine Design, Pfizer.
The event will be chaired by Dr. Gianluca Nucci, Vice President, Early Clinical Development, Head of Clinical Pharmacology at Pfizer.
Talk title: Putting the Drug in Drug Development with Quantitative Translational Pharmacology.
In drug development, the intrinsic potential of a molecule to become a drug is sealed by the end of the lead optimization stage. This talk will cover ongoing efforts to systematically leverage a variety of quantitative translational pharmacology approaches in the early preclinical stages of R&D for the sake of putting drugs into the later, clinical stages of drug development. A special emphasis will be placed on applications in lead optimization.
FundRx is a New York based venture capital firm that invests in high impact healthcare and life science startups. On February 7th, Zeshan Muhammedi, CEO & Gurdane Bhutani, Managing Partner, of the FundRxteam will be in attendance to give an overview presentation about their company's key areas of interest and to meet 1-on-1 with companies that have been accepted after applying online.
FundRx believes deeply in supporting entrepreneurs, and has a community of over 2,000 physicians, scientists, and industry advisors who are available to support, mentor, and co-invest into its portfolio companies. Importantly, FundRx offers flexible, founder-friendly capital and rarely takes board seats -- we believe in letting great entrepreneurs run their own companies and in making sure we're only providing the support you want. Learn more at FundRx.com.
Within healthcare, FundRx is sector agnostic and looks at opportunities across the following industries:
- Medical Devices
- Healthcare IT
- Healthcare Services
Following the presentation, don't miss this opportunity to introduce yourself to the team during the networking lunch. And finally, for those companies who apply online and are approved, one-on-one meetings with FundRx will provide an intimate forum to discuss your company.
We'll kick off 2018 with some great networking AND an opportunity to meet Life Science Cares NEW & EXPANDED list of nonprofit partners!
Join our growing Council of Champions for food, drinks and great conversation on January 30th, 5:30 to 7:30 pm at the CIC in Cambridge.
Learn about the opportunities to engage with LIfe Science Cares and meet representatives from our 19 partner organizations. We'll showcase upcoming volunteer opportunities for individuals and company teams with "lightning round" presentations from the partners.
Please bring along friends and colleagues who might be interested in learning more about Life Science Cares, our mission and our partner organizations.
Registration is free, but is required for building security.
About the Council of Champions
The Council of Champions is a peer group of ambitious, engaged employees within the life sciences industry that serve as intellectual, social and financial supporters of Life Science Cares. We’re looking for those movers and shakers within companies and organization who can motivate their colleagues to get involved in our volunteer activities, fundraising events and other programs. The group meets quarterly to network, and we will call upon the Council in between gatherings to round up volunteers or plan events.