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pharmaphorum is one of the leading global channels for insight into the pharma and healthcare industry – and is essentially a group of passionate people who like asking excellent questions. Our podcasts offer a chance to pose some of these questions to the keenest minds in our industry to look at the big issues and opportunities facing pharma, biotech and healthcare today. With interviews and contributions from a host of industry experts and insiders, the pharmaphorum podcast is a must-listen for those who want insight into the future of health and medicine.

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pharmaphorum is one of the leading global channels for insight into the pharma and healthcare industry – and is essentially a group of passionate people who like asking excellent questions. Our podcasts offer a chance to pose some of these questions to the keenest minds in our industry to look at the big issues and opportunities facing pharma, biotech and healthcare today. With interviews and contributions from a host of industry experts and insiders, the pharmaphorum podcast is a must-listen for those who want insight into the future of health and medicine.

    The empowerment of data and predictive outcome models

    The empowerment of data and predictive outcome models

    In today’s podcast, web editor Nicole Raleigh speaks with Carolyn Ward, director of clinical strategy at Particle Health Inc, a data transformation platform for healthcare, enabling organisations across the care continuum to turn medical records into actionable insights.

    • 21 min
    The burden of diabetic vision loss in the West

    The burden of diabetic vision loss in the West

    In today’s podcast, web editor Nicole Raleigh welcomes Dr Catherine Beech, CEO of Exonate, for a discussion on retinal vascular disease and a potential eye drop treatment for diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular oedema, instead of invasive injections into the eye.

    • 17 min
    Tips for on-time tech transfers that stay below budget

    Tips for on-time tech transfers that stay below budget

    When it comes to life sciences manufacturing, there's nothing quite so daunting as a tech transfer - moving a product from development to commercialisation, or to a new facility or CDMO, presents many obstacles that have to be well thought out and planned. Delivering a tech transfer on schedule that stays below budget is no easy feat, but with the right best practices it can be done.
    In today's podcast, brought to you by Lannett CDMO, Grant Brock, VP of operations at Lannett CDMO, and Frantz Maignan, Lannett CDMO's director of validation and tech services, join host Jonah Comstock for a deep dive into what challenges companies can encounter when it comes to tech transfers and some standout strategies for avoiding and surmounting those challenges.
    The discussion includes the importance of thorough preparation and experimentation, good communication, and flexibility, and Brock and Maignan offer a few tips for choosing a manufacturing partner that can handle the unexpected bumps in the road that can crop up.
    Tune in for a practical guide to an important and oft-overlooked aspect of pharma manufacturing.

    • 25 min
    Clinical trial trends and the rise of site networks

    Clinical trial trends and the rise of site networks

    We've recently passed the midpoint of 2024, so it's a good time to check in on trends – in this case, trends in the clinical trial space.
    In today's podcast, brought to you by Advanced Clinical, host Jonah Comstock is joined by Jason Casarella, EVP of business development and marketing at Advanced Clinical and Caroline Redecker, chief strategy officer at Advanced Clinical, to discuss some of the findings in their recently released clinical trends report.
    One of the biggest trends in the report is the rise of clinical trial site networks, and Casarella and Redecker drill down on why that’s happening and what it means for investigators. They also discuss how patient recruitment is changing in light of both changing technology and infrastructures, and new expectations about representation and diversity.
    The conversation also veers into biotech investment trends and how those impact clinical trials, as well as the rise of AI and the various use cases being found for it in clinical research. Tune in for a wide-ranging snapshot into the evolving world of clinical research.

    • 29 min
    A spectrum of obesity requires precision

    A spectrum of obesity requires precision

    In this latest pharmaphorum podcast, web editor Nicole Raleigh speaks with Michael Kyle, chief medical officer at Currax Pharmaceuticals – a company working to advance a greater understanding of how to effectively treat obesity – about perceptions and options beyond the bounds of GLP-1s, including evolution of hypertension treatments.

    • 23 min
    The power and potential of regenerative medicine

    The power and potential of regenerative medicine

    The field of muscle stem cell research has been tangibly developing over the decades and in today’s pharmaphorum podcast wed editor Nicole Raleigh speaks with Dr Michael Rudnicki, co-founder and CSO of Satellos Biosciences, a company dedicated to developing novel therapeutics based on this science for those who live with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) and other degenerative muscle diseases.

    • 20 min

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