16 - 18 September, 2019 | Mercure Hotel Amsterdam City, Amsterdam , Netherlands

Main Conference Day One

8:30 am - 9:00 am Morning Registration and Coffee

9:00 am - 9:05 am PharmaIQ Welcome

9:05 am - 9:10 am Chairwoman's Opening Remarks

9:10 am - 9:30 am People Bingo: Interactive Speed Networking

A highlight of Pharma IQ events, now at Future Laboratory Informatics. Be ready to meet your peers and share best practices. You will have several two
minute conversations to introduce yourself to your peers and add to your contact pool. There is a prize in it for the winner so get networking
Please Share:
1. Who you are
2. The scope of your job role
3. What you plan to achieve from attending this event
4. Your number one challenge

9:30 am - 10:10 am PERFORMING A REALITY CHECK: WHERE ARE WE IN BUILDING CAPABILITIES FOR THE ‘LAB OF THE FUTURE’?

- Map the industry adoption trends against available technologies to examine where informatics capabilities are developing and which areas are not
shown as a priority
- Examine the idea of ‘Lab of the Future’: What is holding the industry back and where does technology need to developed?
- Strategise an adoption pathway to build your internal capabilities and develop your future informatics capabilities
Dr. Gerhard Noelken, Business Development Europe at Pistoia Alliance

Dr. Gerhard Noelken

Business Development Europe
Pistoia Alliance

10:10 am - 10:50 am BUILDING FOR BROAD BASES: DEVELOPING USER-FRIENDLY SYSTEMS THAT MEET THE NEEDS OF QUALITY AND R&D

- Analyse the disparate systems needs of quality assurance and R&D to identify the common denominators as a basis for systems development
- Examine the challenge of fostering user engagement and regulatory compliance within multi-team and multi-site systems
- Discuss how to approach the challenge of data integrity when utilising a cross-functional system
Cindy Novak, Mgr I, IT at Shire

Cindy Novak

Mgr I, IT
Shire

10:50 am - 11:20 am Morning Coffee Break

11:20 am - 12:00 pm MODERNISING PHARMA R&D BUILDING THE INFRASTRUCTURE AND CAPABILITIES TO UNDERPIN AN ANALYTICAL ENVIRONMENT

- Map out the chain of internal development priorities to ensure compliant and flexible informatics systems as the basis for an analytical environment
- Examine the transition to an automated and analytical environment: What are the critical success factors to be considered when building these
capabilities?
- Building on your informatics systems: Integrating analytical capabilities to utilise your data after optimising ongoing data management
Laura Williams, Discovery Biology Technology Lead, Pharma 4.0 Business Engagement Lead at GSK

Laura Williams

Discovery Biology Technology Lead, Pharma 4.0 Business Engagement Lead
GSK

12:00 pm - 12:40 pm BUILDING A DATA INTEGRITY STRATEGY TO ACCOMPANY YOUR DIGITAL ENABLEMENT

- Examine how to apply data integrity principles to electronic instrument data across both GxP and non-GxP development environments
- First things first: A case study on DI cultural change
• Changing the scientist mindset from ‘the instrument raw data is this print-out / PDF report’ to ‘the instrument raw data is this electronic data’
• Improving our ability to find and protect our laboratory instrument data over the data management lifecycle
Julie Spirk Russom, Business IT Lead and Principal Scientist at Pfizer

Julie Spirk Russom

Business IT Lead and Principal Scientist
Pfizer

12:40 pm - 1:40 pm Networking Lunch Break

1:40 pm - 2:20 pm HOW TO TRANSFORM EXPERIMENTAL DATA INTO KNOWLEDGE

- To tackle efficiency and regulatory compliance issues, today’s laboratory organisations have undergone different levels of digitalisation. But
independently of the degree, all labs are generating a vast amount of experimental data by many different sources
- The key challenge is now how to find and leverage this data in order to avoid duplicating work, build on existing knowledge and support scientific
decision-making
- In this presentation, we will discuss the prerequisites from a data management and ontologies perspective
- We will show how semantic and related technologies can help accessing, processing and visualising your data, and we will share how scientific
intelligence drives knowledge sharing, collaboration and lab productivity
Guillaume Paillard, Scientific Portfolio Senior Manager at BIOVIA, Dassault Systems (3DS)

Guillaume Paillard

Scientific Portfolio Senior Manager
BIOVIA, Dassault Systems (3DS)

2:20 pm - 3:00 pm BUILDING INFORMATICS ENGAGEMENT: IS THE FUTURE IN SYSTEMS GAMIFICATION?

- Examine what lessons we can learn from the gaming industry when we consider building a gamification strategy for lab-based informatics systems
- Hear how Adaptimmune have been making their systems ‘more user friendly, more engaging and more responsive’ by embedding gamification into
their informatics systems
- Discuss the growing need for systems customisation and configuration on the part of suppliers: Why there is no one size fits all approach
Chris Gowing, Senior Manager, IT Business Systems at Former Adaptimmune Ltd

Chris Gowing

Senior Manager, IT Business Systems
Former Adaptimmune Ltd

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION SHOWCASE

Hear from three leading informatics systems and software providers on the latest technology innovations and systems capabilities to give you a clearer
understanding of what is available. Take this opportunity to meet with companies showcasing their capabilities at the forum.

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm Afternoon Coffee Break

4:00 pm - 4:40 pm DEALING WITH THE LEGACY SYSTEMS PROBLEM

- Discuss the growing proliferation of legacy data and legacy systems which pose a threat to your data integrity
- Build a data transfer strategy that prioritises data validation before migration
- Examine the ongoing challenge of new systems versus legacy integration and how team education can help to build compliance in the utilisation of
multi-platform systems
Russell Joyce, Committee Member at HSRAA

Russell Joyce

Committee Member
HSRAA

Ben Saxton

Committee Member
HSRAA

4:40 pm - 5:45 pm THINK-TANK FOCUS SESSIONS

Use this opportunity to discuss with your peers the key topics disrupting the informatics industry and brainstorm strategies to ensure you stay ahead
of the game. With a focus on looking beyond the HOW to address each problem and focusing on the WHY we are even trying – these interactive
discussion groups will give you a thorough grounding in the process development necessary to advance solutions internally.
Each think-tank will last for 30 minutes before you rotate to a second think-tank.

1. Understanding the impact of the M&A environment on your informatics strategy
Cynthia Novak, IT Manager,R&D IT, Takeda

2. Building the message to bridge the management gap
Alberto Orta, Senior Laboratory Informatics Scientist, Mylan

3. External collaboration in the lab: Utilising cross-functional engagement to break down silos
Ramon Lopez, System Analyst and Lead Production Manger, Syngenta

4. Informatics optimisation from a QA perspective: How FAIR is your data and why is it important?
Dorte Aaquist Hougaard, Head of Research Informatics and Compound Management, LEO Pharma

5:45 pm - 5:50 pm Chairwoman's Summary of Day One