The future of rare diseases and orphan drugs

 

World Orphan Drug Congress 2015

  • Discuss pressing issues such as the pricing and reimbursement debate, commercialisation challenges and engaging with patients during research and development of new therapies.
     
  • Meet and interact with representatives from pharma, biotechs, payers, government, regulators, academia and patient groups.
     
  • Use extended networking time to seek out and build partnerships to speed up the development of orphan drugs. 
     
  • Network with attendees of our co-located World Gene Therapy Congress. 

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Find out more about how you can promote your products at the orphan drug sector’s premier event by downloading the sponsorship brochure today. 

"WODC is the key annual congress for anybody working in the rare disease arena.”
Oxford PharmaGenesis

Why sponsor?

  • Speak to a room full of orphan drug experts
  • Host a roundtable and meet your customers
  • Let us organise 1-2-1 meetings for you
  • Let us generate sales leads pre-event
  • Take a private meeting room

Why exhibit?

  • Show off your latest products & innovations
  • Promote new services
  • Educate your target market
  • Generate new sales leads
  • Raise brand profile

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Sponsor & Exhibitors

 

  • Supporting Partner

    GlaxoSmithKline at World Orphan Drug Congress

    Gold Sponsor

    Shire Human Genetic Therapies at World Orphan Drug Congress
  • Gold Sponsor

    Premier Research at World Orphan Drug Congress

    Gold Sponsor

    Pfizer at World Orphan Drug Congress
  • Gold Sponsor

    MAPI at World Orphan Drug Congress

    Gold Sponsor

    PTC Therapeutics at World Orphan Drug Congress
  • Gold Sponsor

    Quintiles at World Orphan Drug Congress

    Gold Sponsor

    Idis Managed Access at World Orphan Drug Congress
  • Silver Sponsor

    Alliance Life Sciences at World Orphan Drug Congress

    Bronze Sponsor

    Pharma Price International at World Orphan Drug Congress
  • Bronze Sponsor

    Durbin Plc at World Orphan Drug Congress

    Bronze Sponsor

    Genpharm at World Orphan Drug Congress
  • Bronze Sponsor

    Voisin Consulting Life Sciences at World Orphan Drug Congress

    Bronze Sponsor

    Ergomed at World Orphan Drug Congress
  • Company Showcase Sponsor

    BioBlast Pharma Ltd at World Orphan Drug Congress

    Exhibitor

    APL at World Orphan Drug Congress
  • Exhibitor

    University of Oxford at World Orphan Drug Congress

    Exhibitor

    Clear Pharma at World Orphan Drug Congress
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    Comradis at World Orphan Drug Congress

    Exhibitor

    Cote Orphan at World Orphan Drug Congress
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    Orphan Reach at World Orphan Drug Congress

    Exhibitor

    Oxford PharmaGenesis at World Orphan Drug Congress
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    P.P.D. at World Orphan Drug Congress

    Exhibitor

    PSR-Agility Orphan Drug Development at World Orphan Drug Congress

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“Massive Parallelization and Repositioning in Drug Discovery”

Chris Gibson of Recursion Pharmaceuticals  joined us at World Orphan Drug Congress USA 2015 to present about ‘ Massive Parallelization and Repositioning in Drug Discovery’ . Download his ...

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