During three days of face-to-face targeted online meetings, leading researchers, top biotechs and biopharmaceutical companies will meet, network and partner to accelerate infectious diseases pipelines and bring new treatment options to patients worldwide.
Infectious diseases have always impacted human history, but in the past 50 years we have managed to control or eliminate some infectious diseases through improved hygiene, vaccination, antimicrobials, advances in medicine and public health policies. However, the current pandemic is a reminder thatwe need to continue to pursue our efforts to control these pathogens, especially with intercontinental travel and increased mobility of people and animals.
To manage infectious diseases, we use tools such as vaccines, antibiotics, antivirals, diagnostic tools and biomarkers. But today there are many infectious diseases for which we do not have satisfactory preventive tools or treatment options, such as SARS-CoV-2, Zika virus, Ebola virus, multidrug resistant bacteria, HIV, Malaria. To develop these future tools, collaboration is essential, either for sourcing assets in the vaccine, antiviral or antibiotic space, or for finding research tools to help in screening, in-vivo modelling, clinical trials and diagnostics and biomarkers.
It is in this context that we are organising the Infectious Diseases Virtual Partnering event, focusing on diseases caused by organisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. With current travel restrictions, this virtual event will help you to find the right business partner to pursue your objectives.
This event will leverage Inova and Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO)’s biopharma industry expertise, leading digital networking platform and years of experience organizing partnering events to connect scientific and business communities for the benefit of patients worldwide.
Registration for the Infectious Diseases Virtual Partnering event opens on 21 September. Then, our partnering platform, One-on-One Partnering, will open on 9 November so that participants will have up to three weeks to make connections and request online meetings. On 2 December the virtual partnering starts with online scheduled meetings for three days through 4 December.