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Leading sector conference
Leading sector conference
Leading sector conference
Leading sector conference
  • CONFERENCE RE-SCHEDULED

    Conference re-scheduled to 14 July

  • FOUR WEEKS TO GO

    Register today 

Friday 14 July 

9.00 - 17.00

Important conference update - because of the general election being called for 8 June and the restrictions placed on Government agencies the 2017 joint BIA/MHRA Conference has been re-scheduled to 14 July.

Registration is open for this day.  If you were already registered to attend in June your place is automatically confirmed.

The BioIndustry Association (BIA) and Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) are delighted to announce that the seventh joint regulatory conference on Innovation in life sciences in a changing and dynamic environment will take place on Friday 14 July at the Royal Society of Medicine, One Wimpole Street, London.

This annual conference is now established as a key event in the sector to hear the very latest thinking from senior experts and leading speakers from the MHRA, the life science industry, the Office for Life Sciences, NHS England, the National Institute for Health and Care excellence (NICE), research charities and patient organisations. Plus it's ideal to network and contribute to the discussions.

The conference provides a great opportunity to discuss some hot topics and important developments of interest to the sector:

  • Implications of the EU Referendum outcome: Practicalities, challenges and opportunities
  • Accelerated Access Review recommendations and the Life Sciences Industrial Strategy
  • Personalised medicines and companion diagnostics in an evolving regulatory framework
  • Enhanced support for the development of promising new medicines: PRIME one year on

 Who should attend? This leading sector conference is aimed at professionals from:

  • Life sciences industry
  • Regulatory agencies
  • Academic institutions
  • Medical research charities
  • NHS organisations
  • Contract research organisations
  • Biopharmaceutical manufacturers
  • Service provider