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Developing the therapies of the future and moving away from a one-size-fits-all approach


Oct 25th - Room 4.3 

Oct  25th       11:00 - 11:15 (CET)    Room: 4.3, Conference Centre 4

R&D Review – What are the Therapies of the Future?


Speaker: Alok Tayi, Founder, Vibe Bio

Oct  25th       11:15 - 11:35 (CET)    Room: 4.3, Conference Centre 4

Personalised medicine offers not only a wealth of opportunities but also challenges, with collaborative efforts required between all stakeholders within the industry. Join us, where we will delve into what can be done to break down the barriers and improve outcomes in personalised medicine.


• Why lack of regulatory harmonization can hinder adoption of personalized medicine approaches

• Assessing Infrastructure and Technical limitations and what is needed to improve personalized outcomes

• Why Healthcare Integration and Digital Health Initiatives can enhance personalized medicine implementation


Speaker: Reserved for Seqens

Oct  25th       11:40 - 12:00 (CET)    Room: 4.3, Conference Centre 4

mRNA vaccines helped us through the COVID- 19 pandemic — but they could also help defend against many other infectious diseases. Join Moderna to understand how mRNA can play a key role in future therapies.


• Learnings from the COVID-19 vaccine and translating mRNA technology to other therapy areas

• How nanoparticles are paving the way to improve vaccine efficiency


Moderator: Raman Sehgal, Founder and Host, Molecule to Market Podcast

Speaker: Nicolas ChornetSenior Vice President International Manufacturing, Moderna 

Oct  25th       12:05 - 12:25 (CET)    Room: 4.3, Conference Centre 4

Explore future therapies amidst data and time constraints. Unveil insights through advanced forecasting methods, enhancing medical treatment strategies.


• Navigating timely market insights for future therapies

• Managing fluid data gaps in global markets

• Crafting robust insights for generics and innovators in evolving landscapes


Speaker: Sanobar Syed, Associate Director, BeiGene

Oct  25th       12:30 - 12:50 (CET)    Room: 4.3, Conference Centre 4

An overview of current microbiome studies and the potential for improving health outcomes by starting with the gut:


• Understanding current challenges in clinical development to help create a strong framework

• Why does Europe need to take account of US-based studies to help create regulatory pathways?


Speaker: Rajiv Khatau, Managing Director, LODAAT, LLC

Oct  25th       12:55 - 13:40 (CET)    Room: 4.3, Conference Centre 4

Networked care is scaling up as an effective model of care for rare diseases, with prevention, diagnosis, care, and treatment administered locally, informed by the body of knowledge and expertise from the whole network.

• How a collaborative network can bring about an effective learning process, a key element for success

• Why patient involvement is crucial to improve success in rare disease outcomes

• Assessing current tested and build practices to help improve manufacturing and development quality of drug products



Raman Sehgal
, Founder and Host, Molecule to Market Podcast



Rajiv Khatau, Managing Director, LODAAT, LLC
Nicolas Chornet, 
Senior Vice President International Manufacturing, Moderna

Alok Tayi, Founder, Vibe Bio

In person - day 1

1st Nov    10:45 - 11:15        Europa Room, Hall 4.0-Keynote

1st Nov    11:20 - 11:45        Europa Room, Hall 4.0

The next generation enteric capsule enables pharmaceutical companies to develop a targeted delivery solution while simplifying their manufacturing processes. The solution offers: • An acid-protective dosage form with enteric drug release through a patient centric delivery solution; • A simple encapsulation process that allows for fast and stable preparation. This solution is supported by scientific studies, both in-vitro and in-vivo, showing that enteric protection and targeted delivery to the distal intestine are achieved in comparison to marketed references. Backed up also by performance studies, this capsule showcases excellent machineability and mechanical properties, in line with standard immediate release HPMC capsules. It is available commercially in large quantities. Join Dr. Vincent Jannin to learn more on the newly launched enteric solution.

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1st Nov    11:50 - 12:15        Europa Room, Hall 4.1

Overview of LNP as an Innovative Approach to Genomic Medicine and Vaccine Development - Insights on Core Technologies for Developing RNA-LNP Genomic Medicines and Vaccines: The Genomic Medicine Toolkit - Best practices of LNP formulation, optimization and manufacturing - Case Study Snapshots: Using the Genomic Medicine Toolkit for the development of Cell Therapies, Gene Therapies, and Vaccines

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1st Nov    12:20 - 12:45        Europa Room, Hall 4.0

Latest Development, the Application of EXCiPACT GMPs to Pharmaceutical Auxiliary Materials EXCiPACT is extending its certification scheme to PAMs and is developing a guide for manufacturers and auditors. As these materials may be in intimate contact with a material which will be administered to patients, they should be manufactured in accordance with GMP principles. Typically, PAMs are removed before use in the manufacture of a drug product or function as processing aids in the manufacture of the excipient. Although the manufacturing processes used for PAMs may not be traditional chemical manufacturing processes, applying the risk-based approach in EXCiPACT GMP means this standard can be applied to PAMs. The guide will help manufacturers apply EXCiPACT GMP to the preparation and distribution of PAMs and auditors to assess their compliance for certification purposes.

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