PHARMExcel to exhibit at 10th Annual Outsourcing in Clinical Trials UK and Ireland

Meet us at the 10th Annual OCT UK and Ireland Conference

We are delighted to be exhibiting and attending the Outsourcing in Clinical Trials (OCT) London event this year, held at Hilton Park Lane.

The event gives us a great opportunity to network with experts in the industry and examine real world evidence into innovations and industry trends that we can adapt into our own working practice. We also welcome this year’s conference focus on government initiatives for UK growth and investment opportunities within the clinical trial landscape.

PHARMExcel, as an award-winning CRO, plays an important role in assisting clinical trials by providing outsourcing support. By exhibiting at this exclusive event, we will be able to share how we can support the operational challenges many clinical trials face by providing an agile and responsive service tailored to your needs.

We’re looking forward to hearing from key players in the industry:

PHARMExcel’s top picks from the speaker line up:

Delivering trials through NHS Organisations

Prof Sandip Mitra, Deputy Director, NIHR Devices for Dignity MedTech Co-Operative and Consultant Nephrologist & Professor of Renal Medicine, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

Leveraging local relationships for best in-country solutions to accelerate global drug development

David Chia, Senior Business Development Manager in Business Development United Kingdom, Novotech
Diana Filipescu, Business Development Manager, EastHORN

  • Partnering with a CRO to access European infrastructure, in depth local knowledge, site relationships and diverse patient populations
  • Strategies to fast-track clinical trial start-up and patient recruitment timelines
  • Are you ready for EU CTR? Challenges and lessons learned

How NIHR infrastructure can enhance industry and commercial collaboration in clinical trials: the Greater Manchester Example

Professor Ian Bruce, Director, NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre

  • Outline of current NIHR infrastructure
  • How NIHR infrastructure can support industry collaborations
  • Post Covid RESET and research recovery

Sponsor and NHS Site Collaboration to accelerate set-up timelines

Rachel Haines, Director of Clinical Operations, Rinri Therapeutics
Shaun Cochrane, Deputy Director R&D, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

  • Current challenges of heavily waiting timelines over expertise
  • How early Sponsor-initiated collaboration can shorten timelines
  • Shared aims of accelerating post-submission site feasibility and approval timelines

Building back a thriving, competitive life science sector in the UK & Ireland

Barbara Hepworth Jones, Director Capability Building at GSK
Professor Ian Bruce, Director, NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre
Janet Messer, Director of Approvals Service at Health Research Authority
Oliver Buckley-Mellor, Innovation and Research Policy Manager (Clinical), The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI)
Dr Alison McMorn, PhD – VP, Clinical Development, Amo Pharma Ltd

  • Exploring maintenance and growth of research delivery in NHS sites
  • Appreciating global life science industry timelines; highlighting regulatory approval, ethics reviews, and the time it takes to set-up at a site, and recruit the first participants
  • Unlocking costing for commercial contract research
  • Addressing clinical capacity within the NHS in order to increase revenue and increase trials based in the UK
  • Discussing MHRA Introductory measures to streamline the process of running trials making the UK a ‘more attractive’ place to conduct clinical trials

Visit PHARMExcel at Booth 2, test your agility and win a prize!

Come and meet the PHARMExcel team on our exhibition stand at booth 2 and learn about who we are, what we do, and how we can help support your clinical trial.

You can test how agile and responsive you are on the Mega Buzz Wire – fastest times win a prize!

About PHARMExcel

PHARMExcel is an award-winning, full-service Contract Research Organisation (CRO) providing a flexible and innovative approach to clinical trial delivery. The company is recognised for its in-depth knowledge and experience of the clinical research environment, particularly in the UK, and has a network of regulatory and industry associates, allowing it to provide a global reach.

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