Trinity Life Sciences, a leader in global life sciences commercialization solutions, introduces a Cell & Gene Therapy (C>) Center of Excellence (COE) that supports life sciences companies in successfully commercializing a C> asset. The unique challenges and opportunities in commercializing C> are markedly different from traditional one-size-fits-all products, requiring innovation and a change in the traditional commercial model.
To enable true commercialization optimization in the C> space, there are several areas with C> nuances that need to be considered:
- Operational Model Efficiencies
- Specialized Manufacturing & Supply Chain Logistics
- Market Access Complexity
- Unique Go-To-Market Strategies
- Patient Centricity
- Life Cycle Management
Trinity’s C> COE provides global partnership to life sciences companies and other service providers in the value chain through advisory services powered by a dedicated team of experts with extensive C> commercialization and disease area expertise. Clients are able to leverage expert support and analytical depth, no matter where they are in the commercialization journey. Advisory project examples include:
– Comprehensive situation analysis as a foundation for a gene therapy
– Launch management activities in preparation to commercialize a cell therapy product
– Opportunity evaluation and business development decision support for gene therapies
– Understanding of current market dynamics, potential peak share and value drivers for a novel product
– Modeling of potential Health Care Professionals (HCP) uptake, pricing opportunities and size of the eligible populations for a gene therapy forecast
– And much more
“Trinity is patient first—and every challenge in C> commercialization has the added impetus of patients waiting for life-changing therapies,” explains Herman Sanchez, Chief Business Officer at Trinity Life Sciences. “Understanding and resolving those problems have become table stakes with C> assets. As these treatments may be curative or first on the market, that work is especially meaningful and impactful.”
“After years of experiencing industry challenges firsthand while commercializing gene therapies, I understand the value of strategic partners who are experienced in C> and have supported manufacturers along the challenges commercialization presents,” explained Keren Shani, Executive Director and Head of Cell & Gene Therapy at Trinity Life Sciences. “Trinity launched the C> COE to support clients in a uniquely cross-functional way, so that we can share learnings from our depth of exposure and breadth of experience across client organizations and throughout the lifecycle.”
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Life sciences executives can access the white paper here.
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Life sciences executives can view the webinar here.