Industry Roundtable
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 Export to Your Calendar 9/25/2017
When: September 25, 2017
1:00pm - 5:00pm
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American College of Cardiology Conference Center
2400 N St NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20037
United States
Contact: Andrea Van Hook
202-367-1176


Online registration is available until: 9/20/2017
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The Industry Roundtable brings together researchers from academic medical health centers, industry partners, and advocacy organizations to discuss and advance non-proprietary issues relating to drug and device development, evaluative and comparative effectiveness research, and the dissemination of knowledge about clinical research findings. The purpose is to provide a forum to collaboratively identify, clarify and solve common challenges related to clinical research, as well as to foster a broader, consistent relationship and understanding where academia and industry interface.

 

Registration Fee for CR Forum Members: $0.00

Registration Fee for non-CR Forum Members: $500

 

Agenda

  • 12pm - 1pm: Registration/Lunch
  • 1pm - 3:15pm Panel: 21st Century Cures Act – What’s Next?
  • 3:15pm - 3:30pm: Break/Networking
  • 3:30pm - 5:00pm Panel: Future Challenges for Industry-Funded Research 

Panel # 1: 21st Century Cures Act - What's Next?

  

Congress passed the 21st Century Cures Act to accelerate the rate at which scientific breakthroughs are translated into treatments, therapies, and products that improve patient care. Now that the bill has been enacted, learn what’s happening with implementation and the Administration’s plans to further bolster clinical and translational research.

 

Panel #2: Future Challenges for Industry-Funded Research

 

The federal government has indicated an interest in improving public/private partnerships as well as increasing the role of user fees in regulatory review. Hear from leading members of industry about what’s next in terms of future collaboration and partnerships critical to research projects and opportunities.