David JacksonVice President, Diagnostics & Companion Diagnostics Arno Therapeutics
Kenneth EmancipatorDirector, Head of Companion Diagnostics Merck
Jonathan RoySenior Director, Head of Commercial Diagnostics Strategy GSK
Greg ZdechlikChief Operating Officer, Diagnostics Eli Lilly
The aim of this survey is to gain a better understanding of industry motivations, and the personalities working within the CDx field.
This short survey contains 8 questions and I do not anticipate them taking you more than 5 minutes to answer. After that the team at Hanson Wade will do the hard work of collating and analyzing the data to then be able to share the findings with you. Hopefully you should find the process interesting as well.
World CDx Boston 2014 is the 5th annual summit which will provide the springboard for your companion diagnostic strategy to reach the next level of success. By bringing together the industry’s leaders and those pushing the boundaries with companion diagnostics, World CDx Boston 2014 will be discussing and tackling the biggest opportunities and challenges in the precision medicine space.
World CDx Boston 2014 will enable you to maximize your understanding of disease heterogeneity, revolutionize validation of clinically relevant biomarkers with incorporation into clinical trial design, and master the co-development and commercialization of drug-CDx combinations.
This summit will deliver a multitude of interactive formats, such as one-on-one keynote interviews, live virtual Twitter debates, breakout roundtables, panel discussions and much more.
This dynamic platform will allow you to leverage ground-breaking advances with companion diagnostics and provide you with extensive opportunities to network with the fields leaders and those who feel confined by the same challenges as you. World CDx Boston 2014 will provide you with the blueprint to maximize your drug-companion diagnostic research.
A dedicated 3 day conference, World CDx Boston 2014 delivers pioneering case studies and discussions to ensure you learn how to: