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Sharm Manwani
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Sharm Manwani and Barry Shore

Sharm Manwani is Executive Professor of IT Leadership at Henley Business School where he has created and directs Business & IT Strategy and Change programmes for both multinational companies and an international management consulting company. Previously, he was the European CIO in two industry-leading multinationals working closely with executive colleagues in implementing new business and operating models. He is the author of IT-Enabled Business Change, published by the BCS. He can be reached on sharm.manwani@henley.ac.uk.

Barry Shore is Professor of Project Strategy, Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire. The second author is professor of IT strategy at the University of New Hampshire, is an adjunct professor at the University of Naples Federico Secundo, Italy, and has been on faculty of Renmin University in Beijing. He has written over 100 journal articles and five books. He can be reached on bshore@unh.edu.
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In this webinar, we will run through several cases where the implementation of robust, highly adaptable, and fully compliant environmental monitoring solutions drastically reduced risks of product loss and enabled compliance with strict industry regulations and guidelines.
The live webinar, hosted by industry experts Thierry Protas (Videojet) and Luc Vallancourt (Optel Vision), is the second and final webinar about data management requirements deriving from serialization regulations in Europe and the United States.
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This is the second and final webinar about data management requirements deriving from Serialization regulations in Europe and the United States. The webinars are structured around the theme "data in - data on - data out". This webinar will focus in the second part of the chain i.e. “data on” (how data is transmitted to the printer and printed as a... Read more
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Monocrotaline (MCT), a pyrrolizidine alkaloid causes liver injury in animals similar to that of hepatic venoocclusive disorder in humans. MCT induced liver injury occurs through a complex set of cellular insults involving multiple cell types which can ultimately lead to fibrotic changes.
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The high rate of attrition among clinical-stage therapies underscores the need for in vitro models that recapitulate in vivo human biology. In this webinar, we will describe the basic characterization of 3D bioprinted human liver and kidney tissues and present case studies showing their utility in modeling human toxicity and organ-specific disease... Read more
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Attendees will learn about an entirely new, fully-integrated, end-to-end temperature monitoring solution for Good Distribution Practices in the pharmaceutical supply chain.
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The development of renewable human liver models, from genetically defined origins, is likely to be a game-changing addition to the field of Predictive Toxicology. However, for these models to have significant impact they must be stable in character and capable of manufacture at scale.
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This webinar is one of two webinars about data management requirements deriving from Serialization with focus on Europe and the United States. The webinars are structured around the theme "data in - data on - data out".
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