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El profesor y oncólogo médico Tim Eisen se une al panel del ASTELLAS INNOVATION DEBATE 2013
Date:11/18/2013

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Todo el mundo - profesionales de las ciencias, medicina e industria, y personas en general - tendrán la oportunidad de dirigirse al Astellas Innovation Debate a través de los medios online, haciendo frente a los debates más allá de los muros de la Royal Institution of Great Britain.

El Innovation Debate inaugural de la Royal Society en Londres en noviembre de 2012 se centró en la innovación en un momento de austeridad y nutrición para los innovadores del futuro. Bajo la presidencia del profesor Jim Al-Khalili, reunió a panelistas como el Premio Nobel y profesor Sir Andre Geim, el profesor de Física Brian Cox y la profesora Mariana Mazzucato, profesora de Económicas en la University of Sussex.

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Astellas Pharma Europe Ltd., con sede en el Reino Unido, es una filial europea de Astellas Pharma Inc., una empresa con sede en Tokio. Astellas es una empresa farmacéutica dedicada a mejorar la salud de personas de todo el mundo mediante el suministro de fármacos innovadores y fiables. La compañía tiene como objetivo convertirse en una empresa global que combine capacidades extraordinarias de I+D y marketing y continúe creciendo en el mercado mundial farmacéutico. Astellas Pharma Europe Ltd. es responsable de 21 empresas afiliadas situadas en Europa, Oriente Medio y África, la compañía tienen una instalación de I+D y tres plantas de producción en Europa. La compañía cuenta con una plantilla de aproximadamente 4.350 empleados en estas regiones. Para más información sobre Astellas Pharma Europe, visite http:/
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