BGS students who are interested in attending the Sino-American Pharmaceuticals Professional Association Greater Philadelphia (SAPA-GP) Annual Conference or in its mentorship program can contact BGS student, Nan Lin. Nan is able to register the first 50 students or post-docs who contact her about the conference FOR FREE.
Please click below for more information on the conference.
The SAPA-GP 15th Annual Conference will be held at Sheraton Valley Forge Hotel, 480 N Gulph Road, King of Prussia, PA, 19406, USA, on June 23-24, 2017. The conference is expected to attract >1000 attendees from highly diverse backgrounds including big pharma (Pfizer, Merck, GSK, JNJ, Sanofi, BMS, Novartis, Amgen, Teva, etc.), biotech/CRO, law/consulting firms, as well as academic and research institutes.
SAPA-GP 2017 Annual Conference has a wonderful lineup of topics and speakers, including Plenary Sessions, VIP Sessions as well as Job Fair and Workshops. The theme of the conference is “Winning for Patients: Building Global Pharmaceutical Ecosystems and Delivering Breakthrough Medicines”.
Highlights of the program include:
I) Innovative Medicines: Transforming Patient Care
II) Big Data and Artificial Intelligence: An Emerging Paradigm to Accelerate the Delivery of Transformational Therapies
I) US-China Public Private Partnership (PPP): Biopharma Development Zones, Technology Transfers and Government Affairs
II) US-China Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions: Navigating the US Legal Landscapes for Success
III) US-China CRO landscape: Building Success with Global Strategic Alliances
IV) Executive Luncheon co-organized with Penn Wharton China Center: Keys to managing a successful global innovative enterprise and a gateway to strategic business leadership
V) Venture Investment and Business Development Showcase, Featuring Case Studies on in-Licensing, IP Laws, and Technology Showcase with Investors
Job Fair and Workshops:
I) Leadership Development
II) Regulatory and Market Access
III) Navigating through the Changing Regulatory Environment
IV) Biostatistics and Clinical Design