Development Pathways for Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products
3rd Edition – A workshop organised by EBE in collaboration with European Medicines Agency and the Italian Embassy’s Scientific Office in London
Chairs: Eduardo Bravo, EBE Vice President and Paula Salmikangas, CAT
This year’s regulatory policy workshop hosted by EBE, EMA and the Italian Embassy entitled “Development Pathways for Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products” is aiming to highlight the future approaches to targeted medicines. This multi-stakeholder workshop will provide a platform to discuss scientific advances in cell and gene therapies and their potential impact on public health.
Registration open until 10 December 2014
To attend this event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The European Medicines Agency can be reached:
The nearest stop for Churchill Place is Canary Wharf station on the Jubilee Line. From East exit (NB. This is the closest exit to 30 Churchill Place): exit the station and turn left into Upper Bank Street, turn right at Canada Square and continue straight into Churchill Place.
By Docklands Light Railway DLR
The Agency is a short walk from Canary Wharf station on the DLR. Services run from Bank, Tower Gateway, Lewisham, Stratford, King George V and Beckton. Exit into The South Colonnade, turn left towards Canada Square continuing straight into Churchill Place.
There are no parking facilities at 30 Churchill Place and it is recommended that you take public transport. However, four nearby public car parks are operated by Canary Wharf. Rates and further information can be found on the Canary Wharf website:
- Arrival at the Agency:
On arriving for your meeting at 30 Churchill Place, please report to reception where you will be issued with an access pass. This pass will allow you to access our industry lounge, which you are welcome to utilise during your visit. The industry lounge is located through the sliding doors to the right of the reception desk past the security turnstiles. Your EMA contact point will meet you here.
- Physical disability:
Let us know if you would like any specific help or information that would make your stay more comfortable. We will be very happy to help.
We strongly advise you to arrive up to 30 minutes before the start of the workshop, to allow you time for registration and settling down.
- Meeting rooms:
You will be able to sit wherever you wish; note that the only reserved seats are for the speakers, panellists and organisers of the workshop.
- WiFi access & Laptop computers:
WiFi is available throughout the EMA. Login details can be found on the back of your EMA access pass. For those of you travelling from the continent and wishing to use your laptop, may we remind you to bring with you an appropriate UK power adapter.
- Media disclaimer:
The Agency records or broadcasts a number of its meetings, including some virtual meetings. This is part of the Agency’s commitment to the principle of transparency as enshrined in the Treaty on European Union. The Agency herewith informs attendees that this particular meeting will be recorded and broadcast. For more information about processing of personal data by EMA, please visit the website: http://www.ema.europa.eu/ema/index.jsp?curl=pages/home/general/general_content_000516.jsp&mid or contact email@example.com
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