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Overview

In 2022, DIA events are returning to a face-to-face format. DIA is committed to delivering a safe and secure conference to all participants. This means, for this event all in-person participants must comply with our Event Safety Code of Conduct, which requires either vaccination, certificate of recovery, or proof of inability to be vaccinated alongside a valid PCR test. Please click here for more information regarding our Event Safety Code of conduct.

Innovative Therapies, including cell and gene and ATMPs, are becoming one of the main focus areas for the industry. Developing those very complex therapies fast, authorizing, making them accessible, delivering and ensuring safety for patients throughout the life cycle of these products are the main challenges in this field. On the road towards solutions, join the collaborative efforts of key stakeholders and experts in the area of market access from industry, HTA bodies, payers, regulators and academia in the fourth edition of the DIA-EUCOPE Workshop focusing on lessons learned and applications for the new entrants. In the series of plenary and break-out sessions, we will share specific case studies review gained experience, and discuss approaches that can be taken to improve market access of these therapies. 

Join the expert discussion and be part of the solution  

  • Discuss your business-related questions with regulators, HTAs, payers, patient representatives, industry, and academic organisations 
  • Ignite conversation, collaboration, and change in how we improve access to innovative treatments by accelerating their way to the market and ultimately to patients 
  • Gain practical knowledge on how to best navigate the complex access landscape of advanced therapies 
  • Create solutions in various formats with plenary sessions, interactive sessions, and smaller workshops   

Featured topics

  • Market access: achievements, challenges and lessons learned 
  • Policy & Access: EU Pharma Strategy: Inclusion of Innovative Therapies in the strategy 
  • Logistics of getting innovative therapies to patients 
  • Importance of data collection 
  • Payment Models 

Who should attend?

    Professionals involved in:

  • Research and Development, Regulatory and Access Professionals from Organisations developing Cell and Gene therapies, impacted by the related regulations and policies.
  • Regulators, payers and patients who are impacted by or participating in the decisions or policies related to Cell and Gene therapies

Program Committee

  • Alexander  Natz, JD
    Alexander Natz, JD Secretary General
    European Confederation of Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurs, Belgium
  • Ania   Mitan
    Ania Mitan SVP & Managing Director EMEAIS
    DIA, Switzerland
  • Aleksandar  Ruzicic
    Aleksandar Ruzicic President, Swiss Healthcare Industry Club (cHIC), INSEAD Alumni
    Association Switzerland & Vice President, INSEAD Healthcare Alumni Network, Switzerland
  • Jacquelyn  Awigena-Cook, MSc
    Jacquelyn Awigena-Cook, MSc Director, Global Regulatory Policy & Intelligence
    Bristol Myers Squibb, United Kingdom
  • Jens  Grueger, PhD
    Jens Grueger, PhD Global Market Access Expert
    Former President at ISPOR, Switzerland
  • Michela  Gabaldo, PharmD, MSc
    Michela Gabaldo, PharmD, MSc Head Alliance Management & Regulatory Affairs
    Fondazione Telethon, Italy
  • Oswald  Bentinck
    Oswald Bentinck Vice President - Global Head Value & Access
    Rocket Pharmaceuticals, Switzerland
  • Vanessa Elisabeth   Schaub
    Vanessa Elisabeth Schaub Global Access Senior Health Systems Strategy Leader HTA & Reimbursement
    F. Hoffmann-La Roche, Switzerland
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