World Pharma Week 2019

Join us for World Pharma Week 2019, where 15th Annual Biomarkers & Immuno-Oncology World Congress and 18th Annual World Preclinical Congress, two of Cambridge Healthech Institute’s leading Pharma R&D meetings, join forces to bring together industry decision makers and scientific thought leaders across the pharmaceutical R&D pipeline. Mark your calendars for June 17-21, 2019, in Boston!

World Pharma Week will bring together a unique and international mix of large and medium pharmaceutical and biotech companies, CROs, leading universities and clinical research institutions, emerging companies and tool providers—making it a perfect meeting-place to share experience, foster collaborations across industry and academia, and evaluate emerging technologies.

World Pharma Week is poised to become the leading annual meeting dedicated to all stages of pharmaceutical R&D, from discovery though preclinical development and translational research to clinical biomarkers. With the 15+ year track record, World Pharma Week will deliver a cutting-edge agenda, 1,500+ senior delegates and 130+ exhibitors.

2019 Programs

Monday, June 17

Internet of Diagnostic Things

Extracellular Vesicles

Tuesday, June 18 - Wednesday, June 19

3D Cellular Models

Preclinical Strategies, Models & Tools in Oncology

Chemical Biology and Target Validation

CNS Targets and Translational Strategies

Optimizing Drug Metabolism & Pharmacokinetics

Immuno-Oncology Biomarkers 1: Predictive Biomarkers and Companion Diagnostics

Clinical and Translational Biomarkers

Digital Health: Pharmaceutical Executive Summit

Clinical Innovation for Combination Immunotherapy

Introductory Immunology for Cancer and Autoimmune Drug Discovery

Wednesday, June 19 - Thursday, June 20

iPS Cells for Disease Modeling and Drug Discovery

Patient-Derived Tumor Organoids

Target Identification & Phenotypic Screening

Blood-Brain Barrier

Predicting Drug Toxicity

Immuno-Oncology Biomarkers 2: Immune Profiling and Immune Monitoring

Digital Biomarkers: Biosensors, Wearables, and mHealth

Small Molecules for Immuno-Oncology Therapeutics

Cancer Immunotherapy Models

Applying 3D Models

Practical Introduction to PKPD Modeling in Drug Discovery and Development: Better, Faster, Cheaper Discovery