Qepler | summits & conferences | Drug/Device Combination Products Summit, Berlin, 4 December 2018
Event Location:
Berlin, Germany
Venue:
NH Collection Berlin Mitte am Checkpoint Charlie Leipziger Str. 106-111
Date:
04 December 2018 - 05 December 2018
Language:
English
Contact Person: Evgenia Makar
Contact Person: Evgenia Makar, Qepler s.r.o.
Contact Person: Denis Polikarpov
Contact Person: Denis Polikarpov, Qepler s.r.o.

Conference Overview

Drug-device combination products represent the next wave of drug delivery devices of increasing complexity. Their development requires a number of technical challenges to consider - integrating drug and device systems, defining the elements of design control, determining quality systems and manufacturing processes. It is also critical to establish a regulatory and clinical strategy from early on in development. Our meeting facilitates a better understanding of both regulatory and practical aspects of developing drug-device combinations, as well as the management of combination products across the total product life cycle.

The featured talks on:

  • Integration of drug and device: combination product mindset
  • How to prioritize different regulations in product development
  • Risk-based approaches to design and development of drug delivery systems
  • Guidelines in design control for combination products
  • Turning user needs into design inputs
  • Human factors validation vs. design validation
  • Design verification strategies
  • Key quality systems expectations during design
  • Biocompatibility evaluation of combination products
  • Stability and shelf-life successful practices
  • Clinical and safety parameters for combination products
  • Technology transfer during lifecycle of combination products
  • Documentation requirements for combination products
  • Best practices for post-approval changes
  • Considerations on legacy products
  • Digitalisation to support combination product development

Meet our Speakers

SNAPSHOT OF EVENT

OUR ATTENDEES

▸AbbVie ▸Ablynx ▸anteris medical ▸AOP Orphan Pharmaceuticals ▸Astellas Pharma ▸AstraZeneca ▸BIOCORP ▸Biogen ▸Boehringer Ingelheim microParts ▸Bristol-Myers Squibb ▸BSI Group ▸Corvus Device ▸Cytel ▸Design Science ▸Eli Lilly ▸Freelancer ▸GSK ▸H&B Electronic ▸H&T Presspart ▸Hanway Associates ▸Janssen ▸LEO Pharma ▸Maetrics ▸Medac ▸Medtronic ▸Nelson Labs ▸Nelson Labs Europe ▸Novartis ▸Orion Corporation - Orion Pharma ▸Pall Life Sciences ▸Pharmathen ▸Progress-PME ▸Regeneron Pharmaceuticals ▸Sanofi R&D ▸Sanofi-Aventis ▸sfm medical devices ▸Sharp Clinical Services ▸Spiegelberg ▸TERUMO EUROPE ▸tesa Labtec ▸Teva ▸UPM Raflatac

Networking

Serge Mathonet

Sanofi R&D

chaired a panel discussion with speakers from TERUMO EUROPE, Novartis, anteris medical GmbH, GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca and Corvus Device.

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