Temperature Maintenance of Biopharmaceuticals USA 2013 Boston, MA, 5 - 6 June
Continuing on from the success of our 2012 launch year, the Temperature Maintenance of Biopharmaceuticals returns on 5-6 June in Boston, MA, bringing a renewed focus on delivering the most up-to-date and relevant strategies to monitor and manage product temperatures through the supply chain to ensure regulatory compliance and budget adherence.
With an extensive programme in place, covering all aspects of both commercial and clinical supply chains, Temperature Maintenance of Biopharmaceuticals is the crucial conference to attend for all those focused on temperature maintenance and distribution within the pharmaceutical sector.
The continued adaptation of stringent regulation in the US requires new and innovative ways to be compliant whilst continuing to be cost-effective and efficient. Attendance will provide a unique opportunity to discuss and share both new ideas and important challenges with industry leaders, covering these issues.
Upcoming regulations, temperature maintenance and cold chain strategies among topics on event programme
This year’s conference features a case study-packed agenda providing insight into the biggest challenges surrounding temperature maintenance, regulation and compliance. Hot topics at the event include:
- Evaluating cold chain strategies, including stability data requirements and ensuring temperature management in last mile distribution
- Packaging and temperature monitoring technology development
- FDA Presentation on current and upcoming ambient temperature regulations
- Improving efficiency and relationship management with logistic companies
Widespread round table discussions, led by the industry’s largest decision makers, highlight a thorough networking package that will allow for attendees to participate and discuss crucial topics encompassing Temperature Maintenance in Biopharmaceuticals.
Speakers include pharmaceutical industry leaders
Presentations will be made by a vast collection of the industry’s leaders including:
- Ted Poplawski – assistant director, FDA
- Neritan Mustafa – associate director, Logistics, Genzyme
- Kelly Milan – distribution team lead, Pfizer
- Jackie Kozo – trial supply manager, Johnson and Johnson
- Percy Swift – global logistics lead, Merck
The full speaker lineup can be viewed on our website.
Special offer: free places for VPs and directors
Arena will exclusively be offering a number of free places that are reserved for VPs / directors from biotech and pharma manufacturers. If you are a biotech / pharma VP or director and are interested in attending the conference, please visit the event website and quote ‘MK-KGPT’ in the reference section.