Turning Science into Medicine: Operationalising a complex early phase clinical trial

Simbec-Orion Seminar

A key success factor in the delivery of early-phase clinical research is early engagement with Regulators and stakeholders. Proactive early engagement allows for troubleshooting ahead of project set-up and supports a more cost-effective set-up process. Onboarding and support of stakeholders early on also ensures smooth operationalisation of your development plan, maximising value and delivering quality trial data.

During this complimentary seminar, you will gain insight on:

  • The importance of early stakeholder engagement and support
  • Considerations for securing funding and budget planning
  • How to work with your CRO to ensure smooth delivery of your early phase protocol
  • How to mitigate risk with your CTA package via Regulatory Scientific Advice.

The event will close with a short networking session with the presenters and your industry colleagues

Date & Location

Thursday, February 29, 2024

2pm to 5pm

Borroughs Room

Wellcome Collection

183 Euston Road,



Your Presenters

Kiren Sidhu

Senior Project Manager, Simbec-Orion

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Professor John Atack

Director, Medicines Discovery Institute, School of Biosciences

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Professor Simon Ward

Director, Medicines Discovery Institute

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Dr Kirsty Wydenbach

Regulatory & Pharmaceutical Medicine Expert

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