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Japan Market Entry – Pathways to Commercialization



Tuesday, January 25, 2022 at 4pm EST Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at 6am JST Join IQVIA Biotech to gain insights into the key milestones on the roadmap to commercial success in Japan

Register Free: http://www.pharmexec.com/pe_w/market_entry

Event overview:

Commercial success in Japan, the 2nd largest branded pharmaceutical market, requires an understanding of key pathways to approval and launch, and a clearly defined go-to-market strategy.

Join IQVIA Biotech to gain insights into the key milestones on the roadmap to commercial success in Japan.

3 Key take-aways

Pathways to approval

Market entry strategies

Building a commercial presence

For any technical questions, please contact Julia Longo, jlongo@mjhlifesciences.com


Alan Thomas
Director, Thought Leadership
IQVIA Japan Group

Alan Thomas brings over 20 years of experience in healthcare consulting and services, 7 of which as head of the IQVIA Japan Thought Leadership team. He works with multiple stakeholders within healthcare, delivering data-driven intelligence and decision support including clinical and commercial insights, dynamics within the Japan and global markets, and impact of policy and trends on the future outlook of healthcare. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Marketing from the Swinburne Institute in Australia.

Barry O’Connor, Ph.D
Associate Director, Customer Alliance
IQVIA Japan Group

Barry leads the Molecule to Market efforts for IQVIA Biotech in Japan supporting Biotech in their pursuit of approval of their assets and entry to the Japanese market. Barry has been working in the healthcare industry in Japan for 10 years and has been with IQVIA since 2017. He holds a Chemistry degree from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and PhD from the University of Manchester, UK

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