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2009 Annual Symposium

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2009 Tri-State CACS Annual Symposium Program

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Innovation and Entrepreneurships
in
Pharmaceutical and Chemical R&D


Co-sponsored by
The Department of Medicinal Chemistry
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Rutgers University


8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Saturday, June 13, 2009

Busch Campus Center
Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ
604 Bartholomew Rd
Piscataway, NJ 08854

Acknowledgment

Tri-State CACS gratefully acknowledges the following sponsors for their support of Tri-State CACS and this symposium:

Department of Medicinal Chemistry
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Rutgers University

Schering-Plough Research Institute
Schering-Plough Dollars for Volunteers Program

Johnson & Johnson

ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Co.
ExxonMobil VIP Fund

Dow Advanced Materials

Sanofi-aventis

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Merck

Wyeth

Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP

ChemPartner Q Labtech
AstaTech Teledyne ISCO
Acesys Pharma Tech
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Bruker Daltonics, Inc. Millpore Corp
Dionex Xenobiotic Laboratories
Medicilon Primera Analytical solutions
Mestrelab Research Yamazan

Vendor Show

*Bruker Daltonics http://www.bruker.com
*Dionex http://www.dionex.com
*Mestrelab Research http://www.mestrec.com
*Millipore Corp http://www.millipore.com
*Primera Analytical Solutions Corp http://www.primera-corp.com
*Q Labtech http://www.qlabtech.com
*Teledyne ISCO http://www.isco.com
*Thermo Fisher Scientific http://www.thermofisher.com
*XenoBiotic Laboratories http://www.xbl.com
*Yamazen http://www.yamazenc.co.jp

Foreword

Welcome to the 2009 Tri-State CACS Annual Symposium!

On behalf of the Tri-State CACS, we would like to express our sincere gratitude to our sponsors and to our volunteers for their support and contributions to the cause of our organization.

Over the past decade, pharmaceutical industry have gone through many changes and had its prospective years. However, despite steady demand for its products, the industry’s current business model is both economically and operationally challenged. Meanwhile, the world is witnessing fast economic development in Asia, particularly in China. Therefore, the American chemical and pharmaceutical industries as a whole and the Chinese-American chemical professionals in particular, are presented with unprecedented challenges and opportunities in this rapid changing environment. After the successful Beijing International Pharmaceutical & Chemical Intellectual Property Forum and International Pharmaceutical R&D Forum, CACS has started a new mission to promote dialogues and collaborations in chemical and pharmaceutical R&D organizations between the US and China. This year’s theme, “Innovation and Entrepreneurships in Pharmaceutical and Chemical R&D”, continues on last years’ theme and reflects some of the current industry trends in combating the economic downturn.

We are extremely excited to have a group of high-caliber R&D leaders from major chemical & pharmaceutical companies to share their visions and thoughts about the future growth drivers for our industries in the current environment. Among them are Dr. Gregory J. Szpunar, Senior Vice President of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Metabolism of Schering-Plough Research Institute, Dr. Arthur A. Andrews, Vice President of Global Drug Product Development of Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical R&D, Dr. Paul Juniewicz, Senior Vice President & Head for Global External Innovation Access, sanofiaventis, and Dr. Nilesh Shah, Research & Development Director, Household & Personal Care, Dow Advanced Materials. In addition, an introduction to ACS Diversity Partner Program will be presented by Dr. Guang Cao of Exxon Mobile with a focus on Asian chemical professionals. As always, entrepreneurs in smaller research and service business are well-presented in the symposium and for a second year, we will also feature a vendor show as well.

Enjoy the symposium.

For over a quarter of a century, CACS has continued to promote cohesion among Chinese-American chemical professionals, and to address their common interests and concerns. In addition to holding events like this, Tri-State CACS has continued Young Chemist Awards to help cultivate interests in chemical sciences among high school students. We also initiated a mentoring program to help junior colleagues gain a quick footing in their respective careers in the US.

Please join us as we face new challenges and new opportunities!

Xuhong Sunny Wang
President
Duxi Zhang, PhD
President-Elect
Longqin Hu
Immediate Past-President

Program Schedule

8:30 Registration / Breakfast & Coffee

9 – 4 Vendor Shows features Bruker Daltonics, Dionex, Mestrelab Research, Millipore Corp, Primera Analytical Solutions,Q LABTECH, Teledyne ISCO, Thermo Fisher Scientific, XenoBiotic Labs, and Yamazen.

Morning Session

9:00 Opening Remarks

9:10 Dr. Gregory Szpunar, Senior VP, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Metabolism of Schering-Plough
Research Institute

        “Big Pharma - Where is It All Going?”

9:50 Dr. Arthur Andrews, VP of Global Drug Product Development, Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical R&D

        “Pharmaceutical Development: Understanding Major Industry Changes in How to “Design, Develop, and Deliver” New Drugs”

10:30 Coffee Break and networking

10:50 Dr. Paul Juniewicz, VP & Global Head for Access to External Innovation, sanofi-aventis

         “Changing Paradigms in Pharmaceutical R&D”

11:30 Dr. Nilesh Shah, Research & Development Director, Household and Personal Care, Dow Advanced
Materials

        “Provide Solutions in a Hyper-Competitive Marketplace”

12:10 Lunch

Afternoon Session

1:20 Dr. Yuguang Wang, Senior VP of Integrated Services and Library Generation, ChemPartner

        “Life in a CRO”

1:45 Dr. Guang Cao, ACS Diversity Program Asian Partner, Exxon Mobile Research & Engineering

        “ACS Diversity Partner Program”

2:10 Dr. Zhe-ming Gu, VP & Head of Drug Metabolism and Biotransformation, XenoBiotic Laboratories

        “Drug Metabolism in Drug Discovery & Development - Opportunities for CRO in China”

2:35 Dr. Hong Xu, VP of Business Development, Medicilon:

        "Creating Innovative Models of Partnering with China to Enrich Pharmaceutical Product Pipelines"

3:00 Coffee Break and networking

3:15 Matt Giovine, Senior Director of Business Development, AstaTech Inc.

        “Technology Licensing Opportunity for Small CRO Companies”

3:40 Dr. Chen Peng, Director of Business Development, Mestrelab Research:

        “From Chemistry to NMR Software Development to Business Development: My Experience”

4:05 Charles Ye, President & Founder, Acesys PharmaTech

        “Acesys Approach to One-stop CRO Service-Drug Discovery Platform at China Medical City”

4:30 Closing Remarks

 

Registration at http://tristatecacs.org/Conferences/RegisterForm/form.php,   Free Breakfast and Lunch

DIRECTIONS: Busch Campus Center

Rutgers University
Busch Campus Center
604 Bartholomew Road
Piscataway , New Jersey 08854

From New Jersey Turnpike (North or South)

Take Exit 9. Bear right out of the toll plaza, following signs for "Route 18 North - New Brunswick "

Merge left onto Route 18 North, go straight through two lights ( Paul us Blvd. & Commercial Ave.), pass the exits for "Route 27" and " George St. - Rutgers Univ. " and cross the Raritan River on the John Lynch Bridge toward the Busch Campus (approx. 4 miles total)

Take the " Campus Road - Busch Campus" exit

Proceed to the traffic circle, and take the first right out of the circle onto Bartholomew Road (may not be marked). Keep the chain link fence on your right

At the 4-way stop, continue straight on Bartholomew Road , crossing Brett Rd.

At the top of the hill, turn right into a large parking lot (lot #51), across the street from the Busch Campus Center

Enter the front of the Busch Campus Center . You can pick up your name tag at the registration tables straight ahead if you registered online; otherwise, proceed to On-Site Registration.

From Garden State Parkway (North and South)

Southbound - coming from northern New Jersey

Take Exit 129 for the New Jersey Turnpike and head south

Follow directions to campus from the NJ Turnpike (see above)

 

Northbound - coming from southern New Jersey

Take Exit 105 and follow signs for Route 18 North

After approx. 24 miles, pass the entrance for the NJ Turnpike and continue on Route 18 North

Follow directions to campus from the NJ Turnpike

From Route 1 (North and South)

Take exit marked "Route 18 North - New Brunswick " then follow directions from the New Jersey Turnpike

From Route 287 (North and South)

Take Exit 9 for "Bound Brook/Highland Park"

Proceed East on River Road toward Highland Park . Shortly after the third traffic light, turn left onto Sutphen Road .

Turn left at the 4-way stop (stadium on your right) onto Bartholomew Road (may not be marked)

At the traffic circle, take the second right out of the circle to continue on Bartholomew Road

At the 4-way stop, continue straight on Bartholomew Road , crossing Brett Rd.

At the top of the hill, turn right into a large parking lot (lot #51), across the street from the Busch Campus Center

Enter the front of the Busch Campus Center . You can pick up your name tag at the registration tables straight ahead if you registered online; otherwise, proceed to On-Site Registration.

 
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