2019 Medical Affairs for Rare Disease Forum

Sheraton Philadelphia University City Hotel

Date: July 22-24, 2019

Philadelphia, PA

Sheraton Philadelphia University City

The Accreditation Council for Medical Affairs and Dynamic Global Events are excited to announce a partnership that brings a CE/CME-accredited conference experience to medical affairs professionals specializing in rare diseases. 

As advances in genomic and clinical science have created innovative opportunities to design personalized medicine, the pharmaceutical industry must work to reconstruct their business models to combine market opportunities with clinical health benefits. Join us at the Medical Affairs in Rare Diseases Forum to learn from peers and disruptive newcomers about the role Medical Affairs plays in precision medicine.

Featured Session Topics:

  • Analyzing Medical Affairs’ Role in Orphan Drug Development
  • Working with Patient Advocacy Groups: Best Practices
  • What Regulators are Looking for from Medical Affairs in Rare Diseases
  • Skills & Development Training for Medical Affairs Professionals in Rare Diseases
  • Assessing the Orphan Drug Market: What’s Coming Next?

Top Reasons to Attend

  • Earn CME/CE credits at the first-ever accredited event brought to you by the Accreditation Council for Medical Affairs (ACMA) and Dynamic Global Events (DGE)
  • Discover how medical affairs teams are creating advanced strategies and achieving success in rare disease markets
  • Optimize your medical affairs’ ability to understand patient needs and create patient-centric medical information
  • Understand the regulatory pathway and nuances for the orphan drug approval process and the value of natural history studies

Who Should Attend

This Conference is Designed for Life Science Professionals responsible for:
  • Medical Affairs
  • Medical Engagement
  • Product Development
  • Medical Science Liaison
  • Medical Information
  • Medical Communication
  • Scientific Communications
  • Rare Disease
  • Patient Engagement
  • Field Medical Teams