Oct
17
Tue
SinaInnovations Career and Connections: Compelling Careers at the Intersection of Science, Business, and Law @ Hess Seminar Room B
Oct 17 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Career avenues in development of early stage research to successful clinical products will be discussed with panelists working in entrepreneurship, business development, strategic consulting, and alliance management.
Speakers:
Brandy Houser, Site Head, Celdara Medical New York Ya-El Mandel-Portnoy, Founder & CEO, Cardea Sciences
Anthony P. Napolitano, Assistant Director, Business Development, Mount Sinai Innovation Partners William van der Touw, Senior Scientist, Celgene
Lisa Wisniewski, Managing Director, RM Global

Oct
18
Wed
Meet the MSIP Team @ Guggenheim Pavilion Cafe A (outside)
Oct 18 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Stop by the MSIP table for coffee, doughnuts, and a chat with the MSIP team! Our Business Development representatives will be there to answer questions and discuss how you can get involved with research innovation. This event series will take place on:

Tuesday, September 5, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, September 20, 9AM-1PM

Tuesday, October 3, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, October 18, 9AM-1PM

Tuesday, October 31, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, November 15, 9AM-1PM

Tuesday, November 28, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, December 13, 9AM-1PM

Oct
24
Tue
New York Academy of Sciences: Towards Transformative Therapies for Sick Cell Disease @ New York Academy of Sciences
Oct 24 @ 8:30 am – 6:00 pm

Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is a debilitating blood disorder with high mortality rates, yet to date only a single therapy for the disease has been approved by the FDA. Markedly, improved insight into the complex pathophysiology of SCD has led to the recent development of diverse approaches for treatment, including inhibition of hemoglobin polymerization, prevention and treatment of vaso-occlusive events, and disease corrective gene therapy approaches. This symposium will discuss these recent developments highlighting key biological mechanisms of disease and reviewing relevant clinical science around SCD, while underscoring the importance of the patient experience.

Learn more about pricing and the agenda here.

 

Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS with MSIP: This Little Med-Device Went to Market: Health Economics & Market Access @ Hess Seminar Room B
Oct 24 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Beyond the challenges associated with gaining regulatory approval, there are hurdles to overcome as you enter the real world with your innovation. Many of these challenges can be addressed through understanding the non-clinical as well as clinical situation and building integrated plans to quantify and communicate the value of your solution with evidence, drive market access, reimbursement and adoption.

On October 24, learn from Brian Vaughn, Leader, ETHICON Franchise Health Economics and Market Access and Diane Francis, Sr. Director, US Field Health Economics & Market Access. Brian and Diane are part of the Johnson & Johnson Medical Device Health Economics and Market Access Center of Excellence and will discuss today's market access landscape for medical devices and how to ensure you are starting early with a plan to succeed. Following the presentation, don't miss the opportunity to apply for a one-on-one meeting with these experts as a forum to further discuss your specific market access needs.

Agenda:
1:00 PM | Registration opens, Lunch & Networking
1:30 PM | Presentation
2:30 PM | Q&A
3:00 PM | Program Close
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM | One-on-one Meetings*

To register, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nyc-session-this-little-med-device-went-to-market-health-economics-market-access-tickets-36788224570

Oct
25
Wed
Lessons in Herding Cats: Business Development for Life Science Companies @ New York Genome Center
Oct 25 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

What are the ins and outs of making a partnership, from the perspective of a strategic investor?

The business development professional's purpose is to optimize optionality and long term value at each stage of a company's life. How do you determine the direction that will add the most value to your company? How do you avoid the constant pursuit of "shiny objects"? How do you know when it's the right time for a strategic partnership? In this workshop, you'll hear from a deal making team at Johnson & Johnson Innovation and learn fundamental business development skills to help you successfully evaluate and manage strategic alliances and other potential growth opportunities.

Topics will include:

  • Strategic alliance process management
  • Concepts in valuation
  • Technical diligence
  • Communication and negotiation skills

This workshop is geared towards business development professionals and management teams of life science startups.

Speakers:
Jill McManus | Finance Director, Johnson & Johnson Innovation read bio»
Jim Tobin | VP of Cardiovascular & Metabolic Scientific Innovation, Johnson & Johnson Innovation read bio»
Erin Washington | Senior Manager, Transactions & Business Analytics, Johnson & Johnson Innovation read bio»

Learn more and register today!

Oct
31
Tue
Meet the MSIP Team @ Guggenheim Pavilion Cafe A (outside)
Oct 31 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Stop by the MSIP table for coffee, doughnuts, and a chat with the MSIP team! Our Business Development representatives will be there to answer questions and discuss how you can get involved with research innovation. This event series will take place on:

Tuesday, September 5, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, September 20, 9AM-1PM

Tuesday, October 3, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, October 18, 9AM-1PM

Tuesday, October 31, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, November 15, 9AM-1PM

Tuesday, November 28, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, December 13, 9AM-1PM

Nov
15
Wed
Meet the MSIP Team @ Guggenheim Pavilion Cafe A (outside)
Nov 15 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Stop by the MSIP table for coffee, doughnuts, and a chat with the MSIP team! Our Business Development representatives will be there to answer questions and discuss how you can get involved with research innovation. This event series will take place on:

Tuesday, September 5, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, September 20, 9AM-1PM

Tuesday, October 3, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, October 18, 9AM-1PM

Tuesday, October 31, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, November 15, 9AM-1PM

Tuesday, November 28, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, December 13, 9AM-1PM

Nov
16
Thu
Mount Sinai Innovators Group (MSIG) Meeting: Click Therapeutics @ A14-02
Nov 16 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Join MSIG with Click Therapeutics at the monthly meeting on Thursday, November 16. Click Therapeutics, Inc. engineers, validates, and commercializes Digital Therapeutics™ solutions to benefit people with unmet medical needs through cognitive and neurobehavioral modification. Click Therapeutics™ digital interventions enable change within individuals, and can be used independently or in conjunction with biomedical treatments. The Clickometrics® adaptive data science platform continuously personalizes user experience to drive cognitive and behavioral outcomes. As the leader in Digital Therapeutics solutions, Click Therapeutics is building the brains behind digital health.

Nov
28
Tue
Meet the MSIP Team @ Guggenheim Pavilion Cafe A (outside)
Nov 28 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Stop by the MSIP table for coffee, doughnuts, and a chat with the MSIP team! Our Business Development representatives will be there to answer questions and discuss how you can get involved with research innovation. This event series will take place on:

Tuesday, September 5, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, September 20, 9AM-1PM

Tuesday, October 3, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, October 18, 9AM-1PM

Tuesday, October 31, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, November 15, 9AM-1PM

Tuesday, November 28, 9AM-1PM

Wednesday, December 13, 9AM-1PM

Advancing the Safe Use of Healthcare Products
Nov 28 @ 3:30 pm – 7:00 pm

On November 28, 2017, Johnson & Johnson will unveil and hear from the winner of the Advancing the Safe Use of Healthcare Products QuickFire Challenge.

This challenge is one in a series of QuickFire Challenges designed to draw the best thinking from experts on healthcare solutions for patients and consumers. We believe a good idea can come from anywhere, and by working together, we can spark the next great idea that will change the trajectory of health.

More than 95 submissions from physicians, researchers and others in industry and academia were considered in this challenge, which called for innovative ideas to help advance the safe use of healthcare products. We asked for ideas that will:

  • Empower patients and consumers to make more informed healthcare decisions by providing better information and education about the safety of healthcare products (pharmaceuticals, medical devices and consumer products).
  • Improve training and development for surgeons by identifying new models that simulate the operating room environment.
  • Empower patients and consumers to more safely administer and handle healthcare products.

In addition to hearing from the winner, two of Johnson & Johnson’s leaders, Joanne Waldstreicher, Chief Medical Officer and Melinda Richter, Head of JLABS, Johnson & Johnson Innovation, will be joined by Arthur Caplan, founding head of the Division of Bioethics at NYU Langone Medical Center, for a panel discussion around fostering innovation to enhance safety for those who use medical products every day.

Accelerating research, leading values-driven decision-making, creating a cutting-edge single medical safety standard, and encouraging innovation while striving to improve the lives of patients and consumers is what drives the Johnson & Johnson Office of the Chief Medical Officer and JLABS.

Learn more and register today!