Newsletter | March 13, 2013

03.13.13 -- U.S./Japan Partnerships, UCB Wins In U.S., Clinical Logistics In Africa

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How A U.S./Japan Partnership Provides Pharma Potential
By Yuichi Iwaki, M.D., Ph.D.
B.T. Slingby, director of global partner solutions at Eisai, noted a trend in Japan's pharma market: proactive globalization, in which U.S. pharma companies could consider some advice regarding partnerships.
» Logistics
WHITE PAPER: Efficiencies Of Natural Convection In Passive Pallet Shippers
By Iftekhar Ahmed, Ben VanderPlas, and Stu Krupnick
Bulk transportation of temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals and biologics has become a common practice due to complex global supply chains.
WHITE PAPER: 3 Tips For Safe, Secure Healthcare Shipping
WHITE PAPER: Clinical Trial Logistics In Africa: Ensuring Quality, Compliance, And Control Within The Pharmaceutical Supply Chain
VIDEO: Exclusive Video Interview Highlights Cryoport's Frozen Shipping Solution For Biological Materials
PRODUCT: Active Cold Chain Services: With You Every Step Of The Way
PRODUCT/SERVICE: Cargo Companion
» Dosage Form Production
CASE STUDY: Focus On Tech Transfer Via New Technology
SERVICE: Biopharmaceutical Process Development
SERVICE: Controlled Substance Manufacturing And Development
» Clinical Development
LIFE SCIENCE LEADER ARTICLE: UCB: Winning In The Pharma Industry By Focusing On The U.S.
By Rob Wright, Chief Editor, Life Science Leader
In 2000, I sat in a hotel ballroom at a national meeting for my new employer, Organon — a little-known European pharmaceutical company based in the Netherlands. The company’s U.S. president, Hans Vemer, M.D., Ph.D., compared success in the pharmaceutical industry to playing tennis; in order to be successful, you need to play where the ball is.
» Primary Process Development
WHITE PAPER: Selecting, Implementing, And Using FDA Compliance Software Solutions