Bio Integrates 2024

15th May 2024

CORE SECTORS COVERED:

  • TRACK 1: ENABLERS
  • TRACK 2: MAKING IT

Headline and Gold Sponsors:

Arise Innovation Hubs Mills & Reeve CPI

KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

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Helen Barker

Helen Barker

Reneo Pharmaceuticals
Philip Cruz

Philip Cruz

Moderna
Jenny Laird

Jenny Laird

Eli Lilly and Company
Camilla Easter

Camilla Easter

Oxford Medical Products
Justin Bryans

Justin Bryans

Charles River Laboratories
Bradley Hardiman

Bradley Hardiman

Astellas Pharmaceuticals

AGENDA:

08:30 - 09:30
Registration and Networking
09:30 - 09:45
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Yvonne Barnett

Yvonne Barnett

Anglia Ruskin University

09:45 - 10:05
Fireside Chat 1
Interviewed by Emma Palmer Foster
Philip Cruz

Philip Cruz

Moderna

Emma Palmer Foster

Emma Palmer Foster

Discovery Park Ventures

10:05 - 10:25
Fireside Chat 2
Interviewed by Emma Palmer Foster
Melanie Lee

Melanie Lee

Think10

Emma Palmer Foster

Emma Palmer Foster

Discovery Park Ventures

ENABLERS

Discussing key factors in the wider biotech ecosystem – other than the science – that underpin success

MAKING IT

On the tools, techniques and strategies to bring biotech innovations to the market

10:30 - 11:20

Money in, money out

In a competitive market, how do you stand out to attract investors? How can your IP strategy enable you to gain market share, attract more investments, and create a meaningful ROI?

Facilitated by

Jenny Laird

Eli Lilly and Company

PANELLISTS

  • Marc Wilkinson | J A Kemp LLP
  • Bradley Hardiman | Astellas Pharmaceuticals
  • Camilla Easter | Oxford Medical Products
  • Katharine Robinson | Mills & Reeve LLP
  • Alex Brown | 24Haymarket

10:30 - 11:20

Intelligent Artificial Intelligence

AI is very much a buzzword across industries, including the biotech industry. How can we adopt an intelligent AI strategy to maximise benefits and minimise risks?

Facilitated by

James Fry

Mills & Reeve

PANELLISTS

  • Joshua Blight | Baseimmune
  • Dean Plumbley | CoSyne Therapeutics
  • Alison Jones | Charles River Laboratories
  • Nuno Alves | Astellas Europe

11:20 - 11:50

Networking Coffee Break

Headline Sponsor:

11:50 - 12:20

Removing the ‘late’ from ‘regulate’ – the benefits of engaging early

As biotech products become increasingly innovative, it’s essential to engage with regulators. How can engaging with regulators early and often help you overcome hurdles, understand data requirements, and maximise the benefits of innovation?

Facilitated by

Kathryn Simpson

Kathryn Simpson Consulting Limited

PANELLISTS

  • Vineeta Tripathi | Vitarka Therapeutics
  • Suzanne Dilly | ValiRx PLC
  • Moein Moghimi | Newcastle University

11:50 - 12:20

From lab to large-scale

New technologies enable drugs to be manufactured more efficiently, more compliantly, and at a lower cost. What is the role of advanced, automated, data-controlled processes in the future of biopharmaceutical manufacturing?

Facilitated by

Amrik Basran

Turbine AI

PANELLISTS

  • Richard Vellacott | BiologIC Technologies
  • François Hallac | Centillion Technology
  • Neil Wetherall | Factorytalk UK

12:25 - 13:15

The place to be

The UK has a strong network of biotech hubs, science parks, and innovation hotspots. How do you choose your location to maximise your growth?

Facilitated by

Beverley Vaughan

Arise Innovation Hubs, Anglia Ruskin University

PANELLISTS

  • Mayer Schreiber | Discovery Park
  • Nuno Alves | Astellas Europe
  • Rich Ferrie | London BioInnovation Centre Ltd
  • Kristin Anne Rutter | Cambridge University Health Partners

13:15 - 14:15

Networking Lunch

Gold and Silver Sponsors:

14:15 - 15:05

Productive partnerships

When time is money, an efficient partnership can be the key to success. What is the key to a healthy partnership between a biotech and CDMO/CMO, and how do partnerships evolve with the changing needs of a growing biotech?

Facilitated by

Nathalie Huther

Sai Life Sciences

PANELLISTS

  • Justin Bryans | Charles River Laboratories
  • Kevin Cox | Biorelate
  • Helen Barker | Reneo Pharmaceuticals
  • Neil Jones | Aenova Group

15:10 - 16:00

The workforce of the future

What should the biotech workforce of the future look like? How can we develop new skills and embrace diverse ways of thinking to build a better biotech sector?

Facilitated by

Claire Pike

Anglia Ruskin University

PANELLISTS

  • Shadi Farhangrazi | S.M. Discovery Group (SMDG)
  • Lydia Mapstone | BoobyBiome
  • Philip Probert | CPI
  • Michael Prater | Moderna
  • Jackie Kinsey | Genomics England

16:00 - 17:00

Networking Drinks Reception

VENUE:

Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge

Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge

About Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) Cambridge:

ARU is an innovative global university with students from 185 countries coming to study with us.

We’re proud to have received a Gold award for the quality of our education in the Teaching Excellence Framework, a UK-wide review of university teaching standards

We’re a place where collaboration, research and scholarly activity informs everything we do. Many of our courses are recognised by industry and a large number are professionally accredited, making our students career-ready.

Each year, we also help 2,000 businesses grow with interns, training, research and collaborative programmes.

Please click here for directions to the Main Campus. This event will take place in the Lord Ashcroft Building (LAB) – the entrance is on Broad Street.

Address:

ARU Cambridge
Anglia Ruskin University, East Rd, Cambridge CB1 1PT, United Kingdom

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