Below is a list of upcoming events where the MMIP team presented in 2017.
When: Monday 20 March 2017
Where: AstraZeneca, Mill Court, Charter Way, Macclesfield, SK10 2NA
About: Britain’s vote to leave the European Union creates numerous challenges and opportunities. With the Government’s industrial strategy and the manufacture of advanced therapies on the horizon, decisions made today will have huge implications for the future UK medicines manufacturing environment.
This conference gives you an opportunity to:
When: Tuesday 25 April 2017
Where: Ricoh Arena, Coventry
About: Making Pharmaceuticals is the only dedicated free to attend event in the UK that addresses the detailed and complex issues associated with sourcing, manufacturing, outsourcing and delivering of consistent pharmaceutical products to the market. The MMIP has an entire session at this conference in Room A from 9.30am until 12.50pm.
|09.30 - 09.40||Andy Evans, Site Lead (VP) for Macclesfield Multi Format Facility, AZ and MMIP Chair||The UK's Medicines Manufacturing Industry Partnership|
|09.40 - 10.00||Greg Anderson, Senior Device Director andMMIP Lead, GSK||How to Plan a Future Proofed Technology Roadmap|
|10.00 - 10.20||Magda Papadaki, Head of Manufacturing Innovation and MMIP Director for the Association of British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI)||Implementing Next Generation Manufacturing|
|10.20 - 11.30||Break|
|11.30 - 11.50||Alex Felthouse, EML General Manager, Eisai||Building and Growing a Sustained Manufacturing Talent Pool|
|11.50 -12.10||Greg Anderson, Senior Device Director andMMIP Lead, GSK||Intelligent Design in Medicines Supply|
|12.10 - 12.30||Andy Share, Director, Program Delivery, Advanced Manufacturing Technologies, GSK||Technology Development|
|12.30 - 12.50||Clive Badman (OBE), Vice President, Pre-Competitive Activities, GSK||Collaborative research in Medicines Manufacturing
When: Tuesday 23 May 2017
Where: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, Kings College London, Strand, WC2R 2LS
About: This conference reports on the findings of a major three-year ESRC research project on regenerative medicine, 'REGenableMED'. It is the first of its kind in providing a social science perspective on the development, current situation and likely future of the field within the wider NHS context.
The conference will be of value to different audiences interested in a detailed, ground-breaking analysis of the area: those working in innovation policy, commissioning, and regulation in the health service, academic social scientists exploring the dynamics of emergent biomedical sciences, clinicians and biomedical scientists, patient groups, regulatory experts, and those in Parliament with responsibility for policy relating to health, science and technology. As such, the meeting provides an excellent opportunity to meet different actors in the field, and create new links for future engagement. The meeting is strongly interactive, structured around panels, open discussion and posters.
There is no conference fee. A buffet lunch and closing wine reception will be provided to all delegates.
When: Thursday 30 November 2017
About: ABPI's Mike Murray, Head of Quality and Environmental Standards, will be giving the keynote presentation at this year's ISPE Annual Conference. The conference looks set to be a very exciting event this year, with presentations from industry leaders and the option of 2 streams (Technology and Regulatory) in the afternoon.
When: Wednesday 29 - Thursday 30 November 2017
About: This year’s Annual bioProcessUK Conference will centre on the theme “Processing priorities for the future”. The programme will be made up of keynote presentations, panel discussions, poster flashes, workshops, one-to-one speed partnering and the networking dinner.
The key aspects will be: