NPO Petrovax Farm will sponsor FILIN-2013, the Second International Pharmaceutical Innovation Camp to be held on 21–28 September at the Krasny Holm hotel in the Yaroslavl Region. The camp will bring together over 100 fifth-year students from 30 pharmacy and chemical technology universities of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine.
The event will be held under the auspices of the Government of the Yaroslavl Region and with support from the Association of the Russian Pharmaceutical Manufacturers, relevant departments of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Healthcare, and leading pharmaceutical companies.
The topic days, seminars and workshops will be led by experts representing general partners of the camp, resident companies of the Yaroslavl cluster of modern pharmaceutical industry and innovative medicine, and sponsoring companies, including Petrovax.
This event will provide students with an opportunity to participate in specialised training sessions, visit the manufacturing sites of the sponsoring companies, and attend lectures by leading experts and market analysts. Participants will also get insights into the organisational structure of pharmaceutical companies, job requirements, and rules of writing a successful CV. This year's programme includes three thematic sessions: Pharmaceutical Marketing, Drug Production Technology, and Regulatory Support to the Pharmaceutical Industry.
As part of the event, Petrovax will offer a number of exciting lectures, presentations, and workshops.
1. Integrated Pharmaceutical Company: My Place in Its Structure by E. Lifanova, HR Director, and N. Malysheva, Head of Recruitment and Staff Development.
2. Drug Manufacturing Process by N. Mayorova, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Director.
3. Pharmaceutical Marketing from Producer to Consumer: Concepts and Technologies of New Market Era by O. Rukevich, Marketing & Sales Director, and I. Klimanov, Marketing Director.
4. Drug Development, Clinical Trials, Pharmacovigilance, and Drug Registration by M. Abramova, Director for Medicine Research, Development and Implementation, N. Setdikova, Medical Information Specialist, V. Apryatina, Leading Clinical Trials Specialist, and M. Orazova, Head of Drug Registration.
Petrovax believes that the programme will be of great interest to students while the camp will help improve the quality of professional education and training.
For further details, please contact the organisers of the camp at firstname.lastname@example.org