CMS Global Life Sciences & Healthcare Forum 2019
Future facing and patient-centric – innovation and disruption in the Life Science and Healthcare sectors
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
We have the pleasure to cordially invite you to our
on Thursday, 21 November 2019, at 09:30 CET in Frankfurt.
The Forum will provide insights from external experts and CMS specialists on four core themes currently shaking up the Life Sciences and Healthcare sectors:
1. Revolution underway: The rise of gene and immune therapies
- Biotech industry: Current developments and key legal challenges
- Disruptive technologies in gene therapies: CRISPR & Co.
2. New approaches: How to collaborate today in the Life Sciences industry
- Investment strategies: New technologies, new need for investments?
- Blurring the lines and thinking outside the box: New forms of cooperation
3. Thinking the unthinkable: What the digital transformation means to enhanced Life Science and Healthcare
- What digitisation means for Life Sciences and Healthcare companies today
- Surgeon support software: How AI can help improve clinical outcomes
4. The future of MedTech: Overcoming the challenges of the MDR and moving from products to integrated services
- Current challenges of the MDR and how to overcome them
- From products to services: MedTech in transition?
Confirmed speakers include:
- Michael Kahnert, Counsel, BIO Deutschland e. V.
- Thomas de Charentenay, Head of Innovation and Strategic Implementation, Sanofi Pasteur
- Justus Wolff, Managing Director, Syte Digital Health Strategies
- Ulrich Juknat, General Counsel, Johnson & Johnson Medical GmbH
- Dr Christina Zimmer, Head of the MDR Unit, BVMed - German Association of Medical Technology Companies
- Steve Aherne, Head of Life Sciences and Pharmaceuticals Valuations, PwC
- Issy Corbett, Head of Healthcare Transactions, PwC
- CMS experts from different jurisdictions
A more detailed program will follow in due course. We invite you to register online via the register button below. This event is offered to you at no charge.