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BioConference Live Lands CMO of Roche Diagnostics and Other High Level Speakers
Date:4/30/2013

Yorba Linda, CA (PRWEB) April 30, 2013

BioConference Live is a premier producer of online conferences aimed at covering a variety of science verticals, including Clinical Diagnostics, Genetics & Genomics, Cancer Research & Discovery, and Laboratory Animal Science. Each annual conference is entirely online for easy attendance and free for participants.

BioConference Live presents Alan Wright, CMO of Roche Diagnostics, as a keynote speaker in the upcoming BioConference Live Clinical Diagnostics May 29-31, 2013. This will be the first year for Dr. Wright to join the excellent presentations at BioConference Live. Dr. Wright will be discussing the revaluation of diagnostics. Pharmaceutical research and development is a well-researched area with studies attributing one billion dollars in development costs and timelines of 17 years. Unfortunately for diagnostic assays, similar studies are not as plentiful. Dr. Wright will present the data to date on the development timelines and cost to develop an ivd-approved diagnostic. He will also explore the ramifications of co-development of pharmaceuticals and diagnostics on the present diagnostic R&D infrastructure, as well as the market ramification of development cost and timelines on development of "small market" diagnostics.

BioConference Live Clinical Diagnostics will also feature presentations from:

  •     Dietmar Hein, PhD, Head, Director, Global eCommerce & CPR, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, Board Member, Global Healthcare Exchange
  •     Alan H Wu, PhD, Chief of the clinical chemistry and toxicology laboratories, Professor of Clinical Chemistry, UCSF School of Medicine
  •     Bryce Smith, PhD, Lead Health Scientist, Division of Viral Hepatitis, Centers for Di
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