Past event: Clinical Trial Supply Forum


The challenges confronting the clinical trial supply chain in light of the COVID-19 pandemic are without precedent. With delays and disruption continuing to affect trials around the world, and regulatory changes impacting operations, the resourcefulness and ingenuity of pharmaceutical companies, biotechs and solution providers is proving critical.

But to navigate both the current storm and the longer-term challenges - whether they be operational, technological or regulatory - all parties will need to collaborate on successfully mitigating the impacts of the pandemic whilst also seizing on the new opportunities to create more efficient, reliable, patient-centric clinical trials.

Join us in Brussels 17 - 19 May as we discover how pharmaceutical and biotech companies of all sizes are protecting and optimising their processes across the supply chain, ensuring an operation that is as resilient and as effective as possible. Achieve and realise the benefits of and process excellence and patient centricity.

What to expect

  • Build a flexible communication and coordination strategy across your global network and providers to ensure effective end-to-end clinical trial management
  • Scrutinise your implementation of direct to patient models to ensure that your patient centricity is more than just a buzz word and reflects the real needs and challenges of your patient community
  • Go beyond your end-to-end clinical trial data collection and hear how advanced analytics, blockchain and AI can unblock your clinical pipeline and radically improve global supply efficiency for a lean and controlled trial network
  • Ensure your IRT execution is fit for purpose, flexible and adaptive to your future trial focus with industry insights and unique case studies
  • Discuss clinical trial data collection and utilisation to improve global supply efficiency, visibility and control from end to end
  • Chart your transition to the 'clincial trial of the future' with our exclusive case studies looking into virtual clinical trial models with and adaptive trial design.

"The forum was very effective. Good for information exchange and networking. Well organised event too with clear instructions and good balance of breaks for networking."
Sr Manager- Global Logistics, Celgene

"Very valuable to get an insight what other companies are planning, what challenges they have and discuss possible solutions"
Senior Manager Clinical Supply Optimization Servcies CH & Asia, ThermoFisher

"Great value event, enjoyed networking and the latest thinking from like minded professionals"
Director, Clinical Supply Systems, Janssen

2022 Speakers

  • Kamal Amin, Head of Supply Management, Galderma
  • Ana-Zeralda Canals Hamann, Senior Clinical Trial Supplies Manager, Debiopharm
  • Mr Sylvain Berthelot, Global Head, IRT and EDC Technical Solutions, Calyx
  • Samantha Carmichael, Lead Pharmacist Clinical Trials, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
  • Andres Lopez Castaño, Director, Vaccines Clinical Data Management, MSD
  • Tracey Robertson, Global Clinical Development & Operations - Patient & Site Engagement Process Lead, Boehringer Ingelheim
  • Alexandra Tsioni, Clinical Supply Chain Study Lead, TEVA
  • Marcus Wajngarten, Senior Director, Home Supply, AstraZeneca
  • Ayelet Weissbach, Clinical Supply Chain Manager, Neuroderm
  • Lindsey Marshall, Associate Director, Clinical Drug Supply & Logistics, Regeneron
  • Jan Pieter Kappelle, Vice President, Strategy, 4G Clinical
  • Amaury Jeandrain, Clinical Supply & Manufacturing Optimization - Head of Business Development Engineering, N-SIDE
  • Matt Tomkinson, Technical Solutions Specialist, Softbox Systems
  • Luiz Barberini, Head of External Manufacturing & Supply – LATAM, Bayer
  • Oleksandr Gorbenko, Global Patient Centricity Director, Ipsen
  • Joshua DeFrank, Senior Analyst, Clinical Supplies Unit, Johnson & Johnson
  • Thomas Thoma, Head Managed Access Programs- Clinical Trials, Global Health Tendering and UEUM, Mepha / Teva Switzerland
  • Vatsala Sadasivan, Head of Operational Excellence for R+D North America, Sanofi
  • Tania Snioch, Healthcare Director, GS1
  • Marcel Besier, Director, Services Delivery, Suvoda
  • Jack Grierson, Co-Lead – Patient Retention Theme, Medical Research Council
  • Björn F. Rath, Supply Chain Management Lead, GS1
  • Ranald Haig, VP of Sales, Controlant
  • Ada Palmadóttir, VP of Business Development, Controlant
  • Annette Bested Toft, Vice President, Clinical Trial Supply, Ascendis Pharma
  • Niklas Mattsson, Director, Comparator Management, MSD

2022 Chairman

  • Steven Jacobs, Board Chairman, Global Clinical Supplies Group

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Things to do in Brussels
  • The Atomium - A landmark building in Brussels, originally constructed for the 1958 Brussels World Expo. It is located on the Heysel Plateau, where the exhibition took place.
  • The Grand Place or Grote Markt - The central square of Brussels. It is surrounded by opulent guildhalls and two larger edifices, the city's Town Hall, and the King's House or Breadhouse building containing the Brussels City Museum.
  • Manneken Pis - A landmark 61 cm bronze fountain sculpture in the centre of Brussels, depicting a naked little boy urinating into the fountain's basin.
  • Mini-Europe - A miniature park located in Bruparck, at the foot of the Atomium, in Brussels, Belgium. Mini-Europe has reproductions of monuments in the European Union on display
Event details
Organizer : IQEU
Event type : Conference
Reference : ASDE-23478