Join us 10-11 March at the Clinical Innovation Congress in London



Clinical Innovation Congress 2015

Join us on the 10-11 March 2015 at London’s Business Design Centre for the Clinical Innovation Congress (and co-located Clinical Outsourcing and Partnering World). Organised by Health Network Communications this 2 day forum will share insight from the pioneers who are driving clinical transformation and offering disruptive solutions to universal clinical research stumbling blocks.

Key topics, discussions and peer to peer roundtables will cover:

Designing and Embracing the Clinical Trial of the Future, The good the bad and the ugly of clinical trials, Revolutionising sponsor and clinical trial site communication via the Shared Investigator Platform, Opening up clinical study design to the long tail, What it really takes to innovate in clinical trials, Real world experience using RBM approaches on a trial, New clinical trial regulation – update, and impact on clinical trials, Innovation in Clinical Technologies, Wearable Tech and Clinical Trials: a seismic shift, Integrating new technology and processes to accelerate drug development, Tech showcase, Transforming clinical development via innovative partnering (Cancer Research UK case study), Giving investigators what they want: win-win solutions for investigators and industry, How to achieve excellence in clinical relationship management, How can rapid analysis of big data enhance clinical research, Digital clinical trials, Innovation in feasibility, How to use your eTMF as a strategic asset, How to creating truly Patient Centric Trials and the emerging role of mHealth in Clinical Trials.

Key speakers will include:

Munther Baara, Senior Director, Development Business Technology, Pfizer
Raja Banerji, Global Head Life Sciences, TATA Consultancy Services
Mike Bartlett, Senior Enterprise Architecture, H. Lundbeck A/S
Muriel Berthier, Director Feasability & Enrollment Solutions, Parexel
Andy Brown, Global Trials of the Future, Novartis Pharma AG
Melva Covington, Research & Development, Sanofi Aventis US
Heather Cox, CNS & Metabolism Operations, Roche Pharmaceuticals
Franciska Darmer, Vault Product Specialist, Veeva
Simon Denegri, Chair at INVOLVE & National Director at NIHR
Ilaria Di Resta, Clinical Operations Leader, EspeRare Foundation
David Doherty, coFounder, 3G Doctor
Kathleen Goin, VP Clinical Operations, Trevena Inc
Ben Goldacre, Doctor and Author of Bad Science
Chris Hart, Information Practice Leader, AstraZeneca
Ian Hodgson, Associate Director European Clinical Operations, Takeda
Leo James, Associate Director Medical Affairs, Clinical Trials, Astellas
Jackie Kent, Senior Director Clinical Development, Eli Lilly
Kirsty Kwiatkowski, Director, Site Services, DrugDev
Courtney McBean, VP of Clinical Innovation, BioClinica
Fiona McKenzie, Patient Insight, UCL Partners
Dr Gareth Milborrow, Head of Clinical Development, ICON
Peter Milligan, VP Clinical Platforms Transformation, GSK
Robin Murray, Managing Director, Dataline
John Posner, Consultant in Pharmaceutical Medicine
Chris Powton, IT Lead for Digital Clinical Trials, GSK
Oli Rayner, Research & Patient Involvement, Cystic Fibrosis Trust
Tomasz Sablinski MD PhD, CEO, Transparency Life Sciences
Jonathan Sheffield, CEO, National Institute for Health Research
Dr Nick Sireau, Chairman & CEO, AKU Society
Dr Peter Tormay, Business Development, Capish
Dr Robert Williams, Chief Development Scientist, Cancer Research UK
Kirsty Wydenbach, Medical Assessor of Clinical Trials Unit, MHRA

Click here to download the program and here to register to attend (get in touch via the comments below if you’d like to avail of a special discounted rate for readers of mHealth Insight).

Update 11 March 2015

Slide deck for my talk:

Note: Check back here for the video recording of my talk.

Had some fascinating conversations today at the event. Here’s Transparency Life Sciences founder Tomasz Sablinski telling me how to make money with ResearchKit 😉

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