Time for Partnership 1

Partnership in CTs

It is spring time and that can only mean it is time for partnership.  As in Partnerships in Clinical Trials conference.  Next week, some 1500+ leaders in clinical trials will gather to discuss clinical trial transformation and ways to improve clinical development.  I’m honored to have been invited to speak and share an update on our Lilly COI work.  I’ll also announce an upcoming public challenge so stay tuned!

The need to change the status quo around clinical development to arrive at better treatments for patients has never been greater, and it’s exciting to participate in creating the future of the drug development.

As a preview to the conference, the coordinators selected a few people to highlight and you can hear a short interview on the conference blog site.  I enjoyed sharing not only how an open innovation mindset and implementation can help clinical development but also some thoughts on how my 10 years health care development in Madagascar is parallel to the current pharma challenges.

Conferences like this are great times to decompress from the busy-ness of daily implementation activity.  I’m looking forward to reconnecting with a number of people and meeting new contacts such as Tomasz Slabinski, Nick Dyer, Rahlyn Gossen, and many others.

If you are attending, please reach out to me and I’ll be happy to connect.

I am also honored to have been nominated by industry peers for Clinical Trial Innovator of the Year.  I have great respect for my fellow nominees and look forward to connecting with them again.  The conference should be a great learning and networking opportunity.

See you in Orlando!

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