May 25, 2018
Nanotech

Nanotechnology in Drug Discovery and Design

This presentation takes the reader on an exciting journey, about the Science beneath the development of Oncology Nano Drug delivery systems. How the tumor mico and macro environments throws conspicuous challenges to the nanotech field? Furthermore, the presentation also gives a sneak view of Nanotherapeutics clinical landscape across development strategies and tumors.
May 14, 2018
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Biosimilar Clinical Development – A Strategic Lever?

The presentation gives some key insights on the emerging biosimilars developer landscape with focus on US, EU, China, Japan, South Korea, MENA and Indian markets. Furthermore, it provides a detailed analysis on Clinical differentiation of players for major products (Bevacizumab, Trastuzumab, Adalimumab, Rituximab, Infliximab and etanercept).
February 12, 2018
DOAC

Key Considerations When Developing a DOAC – Part 3

The currently approved direct oral anti-coagulants have proven to be safe and efficacious in prevention of stroke in patients with AF. However, the choice of DOAC is influenced by several factors including specific patient characteristics (renal function etc.), preference of OD versus BID, physicians comfort with the drug and the cost of drug to the patient.
December 21, 2017
Entrepreneur Cafe

Entrepreneurship Opportunities for Millennials in Pharma

Indian start-up ecosystem has been steadily growing with over 5200 start-ups in the country today. India has become the world’s third-largest start-up ecosystem, and is projected to cross 10,000 by 2020! This presentation throws light on the healthcare (health-tech) start-up landscape of the country and provides an overview of the funding […]
August 10, 2017
digital

The Wearable Story – Part 1

The rapid consumer adoption of wearable devices for the collection of health data has inspired the next revolution in clinical trial operations. The integration of wearable health monitors with smartphones has opened up several fronts in clinical research. These integrated device-app-database systems can increase the frequency and accuracy of data collection, improve operational efficiencies, and achieve greater patient engagement in the clinical trial process.
August 10, 2017
noac

Key Considerations When Developing a DOAC – Part 2

Direct oral anticoagulants were introduced in the market to simplify the anticoagulation treatment and eventually, replace warfarin. As previously discussed, these new agents have some advantages over warfarin. One of those advantage is that all DOACs are administered in fixed doses, only adjusted for specific factors like renal functions (in some cases). Since 2008, the US and EU regulatory bodies have approved several DOACs for specific indications based on their clinical trials demonstrating non-inferiority to warfarin. The availability of DOACs have changed the way stroke prevention in AF is managed.