Martin Lehr, MA, explains how his company is advancing a pipeline of innovative products designed to address treatment resistance in breast, ovarian, and endometrial cancer, which, if approved, could provide patients with a much-needed new treatment options.
Lauren Chazal, MBA, and Keidra Gaston, MBA, believe clinical trials are critical to advancing medical knowledge and new therapeutics; however, it is important that participants in clinical trials represent their entire communities and the potential recipients of new treatments.
PATIENTS-ON-A-CHIP – Why Artificial Intelligence Will Be the Tipping Point to Remove the Faulty Reliance on Animal Testing in Drug Discovery
Isaac Bentwich, MD, believes Advanced Bio-AI platforms that integrate artificial intelligence and machine learning with patients-on-a-chip, real-time nano-sensing, and stem cell genomic diversity technologies are the future of drug discovery and development.
For each participating company, this section presents a detailed summary highlighting their core technologies, capabilities, technologies, and services.
MACHINE LEARNING – Applying Machine Learning Techniques: Gaining Meaningful Life Sciences Insights From Genomics Data
Lucas Glass explains how the predictive capabilities offered by ML solutions can help pharmaceutical and biotech companies shift focus onto additional experiments — providing an opportunity to catch or generate potential options.
ARMED ONCOLYTIC VIRUSES – Instant Messaging Cancer With a TGF-Beta Trap Carrying Oncolytic Adenovirus
Bryan Oronsky, MD, PhD, says cancer is a systemic disease, the eradication of which heavily depends on immune responses. In his opinion, to overcome impaired immune cell function and, hence, to increase the responsiveness to CIs likely requires a 3-in-1 therapy.
Bridget Ann Martell MA, MD, says leveraging a patented technology that uses the human gut as a drug discovery tool has led to a new class of transformative precision therapeutics that disrupt inflammatory disease triggers — gut exclusive microbial metalloprotease inhibitors (GEMMI).
DRUG DELIVERY – Using the IPEG™ Delivery System to Topically Treat Rare Diseases in Dermatology While Limiting Systemic Absorption
Zachary Rome, Jessica Raiz, MPH, and Alan M. Mendelsohn, MD, are advancing innovative clinical research that is evaluating high-potential, low-risk treatments for rare dermatologic diseases using unique topical vehicles combined with established medications that enable the targeted delivery of therapies to the epidermis and dermis while minimizing systemic absorption.
Dr. Nobu Shimba, CEO and President of Ajinomoto Bio-Pharma Services US, discusses the company’s recent areas of focus as well as current plans for expansions.
Mike Babics, Vice President, Parenteral Services at Alcami, discusses the company’s recent expansions in formulation and analytical development, manufacturing, release testing, and biostorage of clinical and commercial drug products for both solid dosage and parenteral products.
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EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW – Oasmia Pharmaceutical: Commercializing Technologies While Pursuing the US Market
Julian Aleksov, Executive Chairman of Oasmia Pharmaceutical, discusses his company’s efforts to enter the US market, its strategy to increase commercial adoption, and why it believes its underlying drug delivery system technology is significant not only within the oncology sector, but the entire pharmaceutical industry.
Hywel Williams, PhD, Annabel Igonin, PhD, David Vodak, PhD, and Hassan Benameur, PhD, believe lipophilic salts are being explored in a number of different areas and one interesting application is their potential to boost API loading in lipid formulations.