From March 9-11, ASBM will participate in the Festival of Biologics USA 2022, held in San Diego, California. Two ASBM representatives will be presenting on a variety of topics, and moderating several discussion panels at the three-day conference.
On March 9th, ASBM Advisory Board Chair Philip Schneider will give a Plenary Presentation on the current biosimilars landscape, highlighting factors which are contributing to biosimilars gaining market share in the U.S.
On March 11th, Schneider will give a presentation in the conference’s “Real World Evidence” (RWE) track entitled “Problems with pharmacovigilance programs: Opportunities for improvement.” This presentation will highlight some of the unique pharmacovigilance challenges of biosimilars, highlight areas of concern, and discuss strategies for improving biosimilar pharmacovigilance globally.
On March 11th, Schneider will moderate one of the conference’s two closing panel discussions, on “Promoting biosimilar uptake”. This discussion will examine the impact of interchangeable biosimilars on the biosimilar landscape and the role of competition in an increasingly active biosimilars pipeline.
The second closing panel discussion will be moderated by ASBM Steering Committee Member Andrew Spiegel, Executive Director of the Global Colon Cancer Association. It is entitiled “Market access dynamics and the future across different therapeutic areas” and will examine (e.g. arthritis, oncology, opthalmology, hematology, etc)
Learn more about the Festival of Biologics USA 2022 and register for the conference here.