19th and 20th November 2014
Wellcome Collection Conference Centre, London
Academic institutions have always been at the forefront of innovation. Big pharma are facing major patent cliffs and slashing internal R & D budgets whilst academia is finding it tougher to gain funding for research projects. This means that it is more important than ever for the two groups to establish meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships.
Academia Pharma: Development Partnerships successfully creates a unique environment for leading industry professionals to share novel case studies, develop future strategies and most importantly create mutual partnerships to support drug development.
The event will bring together an international community of experts from academia, biopharma, healthcare and research institutions and councils all in order to share best practice in collaborative research and development.
Mutual risk and reward in pharma/academic collaborations
Filling clinical pipelines with successful early stage alliances
Government's role in supporting research collaborations
The Funding Challenge: alternative approaches
Shared IP - Strategies for drug discovery