Making early investment decisions: Incorporating flexibility into your R&D strategy

March 30, 2017 Christoph Graener

Strategic decisions made early in clinical development often have an impact on the downstream commercial potential of an asset. This is true for both large pharma and emerging biotech companies. What choices must be made during early clinical development? What are the trade-offs to consider? How do these key decisions affect the commercial potential, partnering opportunities, and ability to invest in other assets in a therapeutic franchise or overall pipeline?

Moderator: Philip Kenner – Principal, ClearView Healthcare Partners

  • Magnus Björsne – AZ BioVentureHub
  • Michael Henderson – BridgeBio
  • Philippe Lopes-Fernandes – Merck
  • James Sapirstein – ContraVir Pharmaceuticals

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