New Advisory Board for CPhI Worldwide

January 21, 2015

Pharmaceutical Executive

CPhI Worldwide is launching an international advisory board.

CPhI Worldwide, a UBM EMEA organization, has announced in a press release that it is launching an international advisory board.   The purpose of the advisory board is to help CPhI identify hot topics and will guide the content published at CPhI Worldwide.   A key goal of the board is to ensure that the CPhI content platforms address in a meaningful and interactive way the industry’s concerns and challenges, while creating forums for industry professionals to exchange ideas, discover new opportunities, and find solutions to their most crucial problems.    The board will comprise expertise from a variety of areas and consist of the following members:

  • Alan Sheppard, principal, global generics, thought leadership, IMS Health will provide expertise across the generics, biosimilars and emerging markets.

  • Brian Carlin, director of open innovation, FMC, will lend his expertise on excipients.

  • Kurt Nielsen, chief technology officer and senior vice-president, R&D Catalent, and Lukas Utiger, President, DPx Fine Chemicals, will provide expertise in global perspectives.

  • Dilip Shah, CEO of vision consulting, and Marlene Llopiz, director for international strategies and regulatory affairs, Probiomed, will provide regulatory expertise

  • Martin Folger, head of pharmaceutical development, Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, and Roger Bakale, vice-president CMC and clinical supply chain, Receptos (and formally a Senior Director of R&D at TEVA), will act as the experts in Big Pharma and generic drugs.

  • Partnerships, packaging, fine chemicals, and marketing will complete the expertise portfolio with: Giles Breault, who left Novartis to found consultancy firm the Beyond Group; Frederic Kahn, vice-president key account management, Gerresheimer AG; Jan Ramakers, owner, Fine Chemical Consulting Group; and Nigel Walker, managing director of That’s Nice.

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CPhI Worldwide

 

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