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OBN BioTuesday: What Works in Life Sciences Collaboration

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Tuesday, 10 September 2013 from 18:00 to 21:30 (BST)

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Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
E&Y Guest (invited by E&Y) Ended Free £0.00
OBN Full member and Sponsor ticket
Available to the first two registrants from OBN full member, supporter, patron and Sponsor companies.
Ended Free £0.00
OBN science-based R&D members   more info Ended Free £0.00
OBN Network member ticket
Available for the first registrant of current members
Ended Free £0.00
OBN science-based R&D members (further tickets)
Available to additional OBN Science-based R&D member
Ended £30.00 £1.54
OBN Associated Industry member (further tickets)
Available to additional OBN Associated Industry member deelgates
Ended £58.80 £2.55
Concessional Registration
Complimentary registration may be available to some Investors, Bench Scientists, Academics and First time R&D Delegates. OBN will contact you further if this ticket is not applicable to you.
Ended Free £0.00
SCI Member Ended Free £0.00
Invoice Me
Select when a fee is applicable but you do not want to pay by credit card. OBN will determine your fees based on your membership level and issue an invoice by email. Please note that you do not need to select any other ticket option.
Ended Free £0.00
Non-Member Science-based R
Science-based R&D companies, Biotech, Pharma, Medtech and Diagnostic Companies actively engaged in scientific research directly related to the research, development or production of Pharmaceutical, laboratory or medical products for the alleviation diagnosis, treatment or prevention of disease.
Ended £58.80 £2.55
Non-Member - Associated Industry
Proffesional Service providers, suppliers and support companies who want to network with UK science companies and share an interest in the industry's future. NB: registrations not accepted from non-member law firm, patent attorney or other IP Consultant, Accountant or auditor, headhunter or recruiter.
Ended £118.80 £4.65

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Overview
This event is kindly hosted and sponsored by Ernst & Young

If you want to hear real world collaborative experience and opportunities, from J&J, Vertex, Immunocore, SGC and ICON, come to OBN's Collaboration BioTuesday on September 10th at Ernst &Young in London.  You'll hear from five organisations which are experts in collaboration, with an interactive panel discussion and ample opportunity for networking with up to 100 fellow delegates drawn from across the UK bioindustry.

Programme
18:00 Registration and Networking
18:30 OBN Welcome and Introduction
18:35 Johan Verbeeck, Senior Director, Partnership Management, J&J Innovation Centre, JJFC Ltd
18:45 John Pollard, Senior Director Chemical and Structural Biology, Oncology Portfolio Lead, Vertex Pharmaceuticals (Europe) Ltd
18:55 Wen Hwa Lee, Strategic Alliances Manager, Structural Genomics Consortium, University of Oxford
19:05 Eva-Lotta Allan, Chief Business Officer, Immunocore
19:15 Martin Lachs, PhD., PMP, VP Project Management, ICON Oncology & Haematology, ICON Clinical Research, ICON plc
19:25 Panel Discussion chaired by Pamela Spence, UK and Ireland Life Sciences Leader, Ernst & Young LLP
19:45 Q&A/wrap up
19:50 Networking reception with wine and canapes
21:30 Close

Registration
Delegates will fit into one of the following price categories. Check your membership.
Please note that only corporate email address are accepted (no gmail, hotmail or yahoo accounts will be processed).

OBN Member fees
(a) OBN Full Member, Supporter, Patron and Sponsor companies - Two complimentary registrations, additional registrations £25 + VAT
(b) OBN Network Member (Science-based R&D companies) - One complimentary registration, additional registrations £25 + VAT
(c) OBN Network Member (Associated Industry) - One complimentary registration, additional registrations £49 + VAT

Non-member Company fees
(a) Science-based R&D company - £49 + VAT
(b) Associate Industry companies other than those excluded below - £99 + VAT
(c) Concessional - Free to investors, academics and bench scientists and first time R&D attendees ONLY

On this occasion we cannot automatically process registration from non-member Associated Industry companies from law firm, patent attorney or other IP consultant, accountant or auditor, head-hunter, recruiter or insurance broker companies.  You may register for the waitlist by emailing events@obn.org.uk and OBN will contact you if space is available, in which case you will be charged £99 + VAT per delegate registered.  Find out more about joining OBN to receive the above benefits.

Payment
Payment is required in advance by invoice or Credit Card

Cancellation policy
In the event that you cancel your reservation more than one week prior to the event, full refund is available, less 25% Admin fee. Cancellation within 1 week of the event; no refund is available. Substitutions can be made up to 24 hours before the event.

Do you have questions about OBN BioTuesday: What Works in Life Sciences Collaboration? Contact OBN
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When & Where


Ernst & Young, London
1 More London Place
SE1 2AF London
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 10 September 2013 from 18:00 to 21:30 (BST)


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Organiser

OBN

OBN is the not-for-profit Membership organisation supporting and bringing together the UK’s innovative life sciences companies, corporate partners and investors. Our 400-plus Member companies are located across the Golden Triangle and beyond to Nottingham, Manchester and Scotland benefiting from our networking, partnering, purchasing, training, advising and advocacy activities.

 

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