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Stakeholder meeting kick-starts dialogue on COVID-19 vaccine supply chain issues

Stakeholder meeting kick-starts dialogue on COVID-19 vaccine supply chain issues

According to the discussions, vaccine manufacturers and upstream suppliers are reporting increasing shortages of raw and packaging materials, as well as critical consumables and equipment required for COVID-19 jabs.

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  • Roche to collaborate with Dyno on gene therapies for CNS/liver diseases Roche to collaborate with Dyno on gene therapies for CNS/liver diseases

    Dyno’s CapsidMap artificial intelligence platform will be used to identify novel AAV capsids – it does this by optimising tissue targeting and immune-evading properties, as well as improving packaging capacity ... Current gene therapies are limited

  • MSD hangs ‘for sale’ sign on French facility, shedding 207 staff MSD hangs ‘for sale’ sign on French facility, shedding 207 staff

    In the cross-hairs is MSD’s Centre de Mirabel site in Riom, which specialises in the manufacture and packaging of sterile drugs like injectable antibiotic Zerbaxa (ceftolozane/tazobactam) and ophthalmic

  • Origin opens new facility in Alderley Park Origin opens new facility in Alderley Park

    The new facility in Alderley Park will specialise in digital pharma packaging products. ... The growing community of biotech and life science start-ups will have on-site access to Origin’s packaging technologists.

  • Pharma Brand Planners' Blog (Part 3) Pharma Brand Planners' Blog (Part 3)

    The 10 strategic Ps are most often defined as: product (profile, packaging, formulation, dosing), place (distribution, homecare), promotional mix (which promotional channels and which patient/HCP/payer segments), price (and discounting,

  • It's Complicated It's Complicated

    They like their intellectual food cut up for them. They are particularly fond of being able to reduce new thinking to three letter acronyms or packaging it in a well-designed

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  • A cultural shift in clinical research A cultural shift in clinical research

    A second component is the integration of intelligent technology into existing medical packaging (such as blister packs) or devices. ... Each time a tablet is removed, or a medical device is used or activated, a signal is sent from the packaging or device

  • Medicinal data – what’s next for IDMP? Medicinal data – what’s next for IDMP?

    While IDMP doesn’t offer a definitive solution, the ISO IDMP data model does allow for medicinal products, their packaging, any different versions, ingredients, specific batches and who have manufactured them

  • Achieving an agile supply chain Achieving an agile supply chain

    This impacts not just production and packaging, but also end-to-end management of the supply chain, particularly downstream traceability. ... a hybrid sales model – and the associated implications on packaging – for some time.

  • Case study: UK Malnutrition Awareness Week 2018 Case study: UK Malnutrition Awareness Week 2018

    Our media strategy involved packaging the survey results with a call from BAPEN for older people to think again about diet, a story we knew would work for editors.

  • The transatlantic opioid crisis The transatlantic opioid crisis

    Could things like blister packaging have been introduced sooner? These are the key considerations that manufacturers need to reconcile.

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Latest appointments

  • Sharp Packaging appoints divisional managing director Sharp Packaging appoints divisional managing director

    The company, comprising of Sharp Packaging Solutions and Sharp Clinical Services, provides commercial and clinical packaging solutions to the pharma and biotech industries. ... In his new role O'Hara will have global responsibility for the Sharp division,

  • Ipsen appoints Christel Bories as deputy CEO Ipsen appoints Christel Bories as deputy CEO

    of electrical company Legrand and member of the board of directors of packaging company Smurfit Kappa and the bank Natixis. ... Following the company's merger with Alcan, she then served as chair of Alcan Packaging and then chair of Alcan Engineered

  • Mylan appoints two new board members Mylan appoints two new board members

    His current responsibilities include overseeing Mylan's research and development, business development, regulatory affairs, manufacturing operations and strategy, quality, supply chain, sourcing, packaging and medical affairs.

  • Cancer Research UK appoints new head of public affairs and campaigning Cancer Research UK appoints new head of public affairs and campaigning

    She has experience working with politicians, advisers and civil servants around issues such as clinical trial regulation, support for cancer research and packaging of tobacco products.

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    Prysm Systems is a pioneer in display and visual collaboration solutions, creating a new category in the display market by its seamless interactive display – the Prysm Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) 6K Series, 225

  • Good design saves lives

    Given time, they might decide design covers architecture, website development, or packaging.

  • PM Projen

    PM PROjEN is a 130+ strong, multi-disciplined Engineering Design and Project Management business that works across a range of market sectors for a diverse mix of clients from SMEs to multinational, blue-chip companies.

  • Should diversity in clinical trials be mandatory? Should diversity in clinical trials be mandatory?

    She provided an example of how this could be done by enforcing it to be “the norm” that side effects for certain ethnic groups are listed on medication packaging.

  • KaypeeUdyog

    Kaypee Udyog is the leading laboratory equipment manufacturer, supplier and exporter in India. We provide the best lab equipment services in India. Our products are sourced from well-known companies and distributed all over India.

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