GCSG US Conference

Schedule to meet with Catalent at GCSG US Conference

Date: April 28 - May 1, 2019

Location:  San Antonio, TX

Tabletop: TBA

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Catalent Expert Speaking Presentations

Workshop Title: Maintaining a Patient-First Perspective in Your Clinical Supply Chain
Speaker:  Paul Hegwood, President, Clinical Supply Services, Catalent 
Date: May 1
Time: 10:45am - 11:45am
Abstract:  As the industry shifts to a more site-centric perspective, ensuring that our clinical supplies are user-friendly to both site personnel and patients becomes essential.  This workshop will discuss techniques to improve a clinical supply site and patient-centric approach

Workshop Title:  BREXIT’s Impact on VAT Reclamation
Speaker:  Eric Valentine, Vice President, Clinical Supply Solutions, Catalent 
Date:  TBD
Time:  TBD
Abstract: This session will discuss how BREXIT may change your ability to reclaim Value Added Tax within the UK and EU for your Clinical Supplies during transition and post implementation.

Workshop Title:  Bridging the Cultural & Regulatory Gaps in Japan
Speaker:  Erin Vlack, Project Manager, Clinical Supply Solutions, Catalent 
Date & Time: April 29, 10:15am - 11:15am | April 30, 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Abstract: Awareness of the regulatory requirements across different agencies is critical for being a successful CT Supplies professional. This workshop will contain a discussion comparing the regulatory requirements of Japan for packages, labeling and distribution as well as how they impact CT supplies timelines and planning. 

Workshop Title:  Direct to Patient
Speaker:  Nicole Gray, Director, Strategic Supply Solutions, Catalent
Date & Time:  April 30, 11:15am - 12:15pm | May 1, 10:45am - 11:45am
Abstract:  Expanding access to patient populations, faster recruitment, increasing patient retention and decreasing time to market are all reasons sponsors are exploring direct to patient clinical trial models.  This workshop is designed to discuss use of central pharmacies  in a direct to patient supply chain model.