Registration is now live to attend the 10th annual Clinical Trial Logistics conference taking place in London on 18th & 19th May 2016.
The implementation of Annex 15 of the Good Manufacturing Practice in Autumn 2015 provided a huge change in the regulatory landscape of the rapidly growing clinical trial supplies industry, with logistics and distribution services accounting for the largest share of the market.
Clinical Trial Logistics 2016 will bring together leading industry professionals to discuss the latest regulatory developments, explore cost reduction, learn about logistical challenges in emerging markets, examine new innovations and examine best practices to ensure compliance of the new EU Clinical Trials Regulation which affects all parties in the clinical supply chain.
BENEFITS FOR ATTENDING:
* Gain key regulatory updated from Daiichi Sankyo and MHRA talking specifically on the development of the New EU Clinical Trials Regulation
* Discuss how to integrate forecasting and supply planning to an efficient clinical supply chain from GlaxoSmithKline
* Norgine presents how they ensure and maintain a successful contractor relationship
* Engage in discussions with Sanofi on visibility in the supply chain to fight counterfeiting
FEATURED EXPERT SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
* Graham McNaughton, Pharmaceutical Assessor, MHRA
* Elisabetta Carli, Head, Operations Clinical Vaccines Management, GlaxoSmithKline
* Tony Moult, Director, Clinical Supplies Ooperations, Daiichi Sankyo
* Geoffroy Bessaud, AVP, Anti-Counterfeiting Coordination, Sanofi
* Dawn Padfield, Director of Pharmaceutical Development and Clinical Supply, Norgine
* Elodie Fontaine, Clinical Trial Lead, Lundbeck
* Jasmine Hellwig, Senior Comparator Specialist, Merck Sharpe and Dohme
* Abdulkareem Ghanayem, Clinical Trial Operations Project Manager, Takeda
HOW TO BOOK:
Book by 29th February to save £400 and benefit from the best price.
Register online here.