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Partnering at BIO 2016: The Strategy and Science of Meeting Marathons - Free Webinar
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Partnering at BIO 2016: The Strategy and Science of Meeting Marathons - Free Webinar

5/26/2016
When: Thursday, May 26, 2016
1:00 - 2:00 pm (Eastern)
Where: Free Webinar
United States
Contact: Carmen Sevilla

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Please join us for a webinar to learn about making the most of your attendance at BIO 2016. The webinar will discuss: 

  • An overview of partnering at BIO
  • The evolution of partnering at BIO
  • How to get meetings and advance to the next stage
  • “I didn’t know that” – the psychology of conference partnering, and things you didn’t know about the partnering system
  • How does scheduling work?
  • Partnering at BIO 2016: Moscone North, South and West

Sougato Das
Director of Partnering, BIO
Sougato is the Director of Partnering at BIO, leading the team of 25+ resources who support partnering at BIO2016. Additionally Sougato heads partnering strategy and innovation, advancing BIO’s partnering products and services to meet conference and year-round partnering needs. Prior to BIO, Sougato was a consultant at CSC Life Sciences, consulting at J&J, Merck, GSK, Sanofi, IMS Health, Siemens Medical and Parexel. Thereafter he worked at Thomson Reuters Life Sciences, creating Cortellis and related pipeline and clinical offerings. Sougato holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and Masters in Information Science, both from Penn State.

James A. McCarthy, CLP, MBA

Corporate and Business Development, Alliance Management, CorpDev Ventures
Jim has thirty years of life sciences professional experiences. His background includes a twenty-five year career with Bristol-Myers Squibb and Eli Lilly & Company and over fifteen years in international corporate business development and licensing roles. These efforts included projects and deals in over 30 countries with over 80 completed agreements across a range of transactions valued in excess of $900 million. He holds an MBA from Indiana University, a B.S. in Physical Therapy from SUNY Upstate Medical Center, and is a recipient of the Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) designation.