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Clare Sarvary Fourrier, SVP of Operational Strategy (EU) for Precision for Medicine moderates this panel discussion with industry experts to share perspectives on the current state of the cell and gene therapy industry and provide key insights in shortening time-to-market for advanced therapies.
Attending Virtual ISPOR 2021 May 17-20? PRECISIONadvisors and PRECISIONheor will be attending with multiple posters, presentations, and workshops. Three posters and one presentation will have a special focus on Orphan diseases. Stay tuned for valuable insights from our experts that you won’t want to miss!
Directly following the cell therapy panel discussion in part 1, Precision experts Phil Cyr, Deb Phippard and David Parker, and Project Pharma’s Tony Khoury joined C-Suite leaders from advanced therapy companies for “Considerations for the Clinical Development of Cell & Gene Therapies.” Part 2- Gene Therapy.
Miss ASGCT 2021? Check out this cell therapy panel discussion you won’t want to miss! Precision experts David Parker, Alex Grosvenor and Megan Liles, and Project Farma’s John Khoury join biotech executives on the front lines of development for “Considerations for the Clinical Development of Cell & Gene Therapies.” Part 1 – Cell Therapy.
Co-hosted by Endpoints Webinars, this panel discussion will address the growing industry concerns regarding manufacturing hurdles unique to cell and gene therapy. Watch as our panel of experts helps set the landscape for the current state of the advanced therapy sector and share key considerations that go into deciding whether to scale-up manufacturing internally or look to an external supplier like a CDMO.
This second webinar in our SDOH series will feature KOLs emphasizing applied learnings in the SDOH and population health fields. The session will address collaborative patient engagement: how styles of communication, analytics, telemedicine and PHM are tackling social risks and engaging patients in the pandemic/infodemic era.
Manufacturing has been widely recognized as a bottleneck to bring advanced cell and gene therapies to the patients and families in need. The question is, should organizations stay the course internally, or look externally for their manufacturing needs?