Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Partnerships in Clinical Trials Latin America 2012 Program is Now Available

The World’s leading clinical trials event, Partnerships in Clinical Trials returns to Latin America for the third time, bringing more global leaders to share perspectives on the latest global trends and clinical outsourcing and development strategies. This event enables you to partner to drive innovation through a brand new Innovation Consortium for Regional R&D and Clinical Leadership, and meet face-to-face with current and future partners through more structured networking opportunities than any other event in the region. View highlights from previous events.

Partnerships in Clinical Trials Latin America will take place August 13-15, 2012, in Sao Paulo, Brazil.  Download the agenda here.

Features of the PCTLA Program:

  • → Perspectives on Global Sourcing and Spending of Clinical Trial Investments Around the World- a comprehensive overview of the evolving clinical trial outsourcing landscape with an eye toward financial considerations, including the impact of M&A on clinical trials in LATAM, Wall Street’s Perspective, and case studies to help guide your strategic decision making.John Kregar, Principal, Healthcare Equity Research Analyst, William Blair & Company
  • → Creating Transformational Change: How to Retool R&D to Produce More, Better, and Affordable Innovation-a close look at how R&D models are changing and how the industry could translate innovation research into better business models through strategic partnerships and collaborative initiatives that will result in increased output of new medicines.  Bernard Munos, Chief Apostle, Breakthrough Innovation, Innothink Center for Research in Biomedical Innovation
  • → Tapping into the Promise of Regenerative Medicine in Latin America- a comprehensive look at the current happenings in the field of regenerative medicine especially in the areas of cell therapies and tissue engineering with a focus on future opportunities for the Latin America region.  Abner Mhashilkar, PhD, Medical Translation Officer, WFIRM, Wake Forest School of Medicine

→ Keynote: Avoid Unwanted Surprises in Outsourcing: Lessons Learned on How to Build Effective Partnerships with CROs in Latin America
Jeffrey S. Kasher, PhD, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Global Clinical Development, Eli Lilly
→ Best Practices for Proactive Quality Management
Patricia Leucthen, CEO, The Avoca Group
→ Monitoring for Quality: Implement Risk-Based Clinical Monitoring in Latin America
Jon Lee, Vice President, Development Operations, Cerexa

An interactive forum focused on bringing together regional R&D leadership to create solutions to shared challenges. This moderated discussion will enable you to:

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