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Latest Approaches for Large Volume Drug Delivery

March 25, 2021 4pm CET / 11am EST

What will this webinar address?

Many of the drugs in development pipelines today are biologics, which despite their therapeutic advantages can pose drug delivery and administration challenges.

For Pharma companies developing delivery solutions for biologics, the patient experience is always central to the success of a device. As many biologics need to be administered intravenously by a healthcare professional, this conflicts with the increasing trend towards self-administration and home care.

To tackle this challenge, there are now several solutions on the market designed specifically for large volume drugs – from auto-injectors to wearables and smart devices.

This webinar will provide an overview of the large volume drug delivery challenge, and the most innovative solutions on the market today for improving patient adherence and experience.

Key Discussion Points

  • The large volume drug delivery challenge and market growth outlook
  • Optimizing the patient experience through customizable solutions
  • Innovative solutions on the market
  • Partner selection for large volume drug delivery devices

Why attend?

  • Get the complete overview on the large volume drug delivery device for 2021 in just 60 minutes
  • Hear from experts who share their learned lessons for commercialized device solution, market impacts and successful device development strategies
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Speakers

Aurelio Arias

Senior Consultant, European Thought Leadership
IQVIA


Aurelio is a Senior Consultant in the European Thought Leadership team based in IQVIA’s London office.

His primary focus is on off-patent markets where he generates evidence-led insights with a view to spark high-level discourse in biosimilars, generics and value added medicines. He is considered a subject matter expert in these areas where he speaks at numerous conferences worldwide, presents to clients and engages in consulting projects in an advisory capacity.

Prior to IQVIA, Aurelio has worked as a strategy consultant in Life Sciences for LEK and Accenture and in R&D for Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline.

Steve Augustyn

Senior Consultant and client manager
Cambridge Design Partnership


Steve is an engineering manager and product designer with over 20 years of experience with medical devices. For the twelve years prior to Joining CDP, Steve worked for a leading medical device consultancy developing award winning devices for the largest pharmaceutical and medical device companies in the world. Steve is a BSI recognised expert on injection devices and has been a member of the ISO TC-84 committee (Needle Based Injectors) for over six years. His professional experience includes working as a mechanical engineer and industrial designer in the U.K., Hong Kong, S.A.R., China and the United States. His broader product experience includes computer peripherals, domestic appliances, marine electronics, high-speed paper handling machinery and printers.

Karla Sanchez

Biomedical Engineering Consultant
Cambridge Design Partnership


Karla is a mathematical modeller, researcher and bioengineer with years of experience in product development. She obtained her PhD from Imperial College London where she focused on modelling blood flow of the cerebral vasculature and distribution of cerebrospinal fluid. She has also worked alongside clinicians and academics to study blood flow in the kidney and complications of chronic kidney disease. In her industry career she has managed several successful projects, launching a large range of infusion sets, orthopaedic devices and surgical instruments. At CDP she works across the healthcare sector, with particular emphasis on Drug Delivery devices, cardiovascular and renal technology, and novel diagnostic tools. She is an enthusiastic STEM ambassador and a keen cyclist and runner. She holds a honorary visiting researcher position at Imperial College London

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Overview

Title: Latest Approaches for Large Volume Drug Delivery
Date: March 25, 2021
Time: 4pm CET / 11am EST
Duration: 60 minutes
Cost: Free

Register For Free