We are excited to announce that the Medical Affairs Summit Returns to Boston!

The Medical Affairs Summit is scheduled to take place on 12 – 13 October 2023 at the luxurious Encore Boston Harbor in Boston, MA, US. The event brings together key Clinical Trial Executives representing pharmaceutical industries in the Americas. The Summit offers a highly focused and interactive platform for attendees to address core concerns and find solutions tailored to their specific needs.

The Summit offers the opportunity for one-on-one business meetings, which allows sponsors to connect with key decision-makers in the industry. This can be instrumental in forging precious partnerships. This is an unparalleled opportunity for extensive networking among industry peers during one-on-one business meetings, event meals, cocktail receptions and leisure entertainment.

Previous attendees include:

  • Johnson & Johnson – Director, Global Program Leader – Oncology, Medical Affairs Operations
  • EMD Serono Inc.- Director, Strategic Planning and Performance Management
  • Janssen – Group Medical Director, Solid Tumors
  • Radius Health – Head: Medical Strategy & Integrated Evidence
  • Sobi Inc. – Director of Immunology, Medical Affairs
  • Vertex Pharmaceuticals – Medical Director

To enquire more information, please visit https://bit.ly/43CBrgl or directly contact Isidora Avraam at isidoraa@marcusevanscy.com.

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