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Experts to Provide Successful Strategies for Global Biopharmaceutical Development and Commercialization at PAREXEL Tokyo Seminar
Date:9/28/2011

BOSTON, Sept. 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- PAREXEL International Corporation (NASDAQ: PRXL), a leading global biopharmaceutical services provider, today announced that it will hold its annual seminar for biopharmaceutical companies and multinational affiliates based in Japan and throughout Asia on October 5, 2011 at the Grand Hyatt Tokyo in Japan. The seminar will focus on successful strategies for global drug development, as well as the implementation of development plans to achieve maximum quality, speed and commercial uptake. Experts will provide best practices to achieve seamless development of a molecule from early phase research to commercialization.

Attendees will learn how to benefit from strategic partnerships, which have emerged as essential mechanisms for meeting the biopharmaceutical industry's needs for improved efficiency and effectiveness. Presenters will address how partnerships can enable biopharmaceutical companies headquartered in Japan and throughout the Asia/Pacific region to access world-class talent and best-practice processes to support the acceleration of global development programs.

The seminar's opening remarks will be presented by Yasuharu Orihara, General Manager, Japan, PAREXEL and Albert Liou, Vice Chairman, Asia/Pacific Region, PAREXEL.  The event will include the following featured presentations:

  • Professor Yuji Sato, M.D., Ph.D., Director, Centre for Clinical Research, Keio University School of Medicine will present "Issues and Challenges in Japanese Research"
  • PAREXEL Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Josef von Rickenbach will provide the keynote address "The Current Status of Outsourcing in Japan and Globally"
  • Alberto Grignolo, Ph.D., Corpor
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