|Event Name||Harvard 2016 Drug Development Boot Camp
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Thursday, November 17, 2016
The Harvard Club
|Description||The annual Drug Development Boot Camp is an intense, fun, energized program for hands-on learning about the drug development process. The material presented will be reinforced with examples, case studies, puzzles, and workshops.
Who should attend?
• Harvard University investigators
• Clinical investigators who would like to gain an understanding of drug development
• CEOs, CFOs, COOs of biotech companies
• Executives and scientists involved in the drug development process
• Regulatory affairs professionals, clinical research professionals, senior research scientists, toxicologists
• Academic scientists working in the area of translational medicine
• NIH/NCI investigators, researchers, scientists and drug developers
• Physicians who are new to the pharmaceutical industry
• This is not an entry-level program. It is intensive and intended for executive-level individuals who make drug development decisions on a daily basis.
The program can help you avoid:
• Spending many years and huge sums of money developing a drug the market does not want and will not pay for
• Making costly mistakes throughout the development process
• Clinical hold situations which are extremely costly
• An inability to raise funds or to find an appropriate exit.