COIN Show and Tell
Tuesday, December 10, 2013 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EST)
Research Triangle Pk, NC
Gather for a great RTP networking opportunity as COIN (www.nccoin.org) members Kymanox(www.kymanox.com) and RJ Lee Group (www.rjleegroup.com ) host the first Show-and-Tell.Drinks and appetizers provided. Discuss several hot topics with leading experts and peers.For more information and to RSVP for this FREE event on 10DEC2013, contact:
Ms. Heema Sinanan
Business Development Specialist
North Carolina Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology (COIN)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org | Work 336-217-5187 | Mobile 516-417-2868
5:00 pm – Arrival
5:00-5:35 pm – Networking and Refreshments
5:35-5:45 pm – Opening Remarks by John Hardin, Ph.D, Board Member, COIN and Executive Director, North Carolina Board of Science & Technology
5:45-6:00 pm – Presentation chaired by Lin Wu, PhD, Director of Client Interfacing and Business Development, RJ Lee Group Anti-Counterfeiting – Incorporating overt, covert, and forensic counterfeit deterrence for biopharmaceuticals and medical devices.Foreign Particulate Matter Investigations – Using proactive and QbD-aligned approaches to investigate, resolve and prevent contamination
issues with highlights from training provided to the FDA.Materials Lifecycle Management – Keeping the end in mind: using lifecycle management to expedite materials assessment (e.g.,
plastics, metals, nanomaterials), commercialization, and risk mitigation.
6:00-6:15 pm – Presentation chaired by Stephen M. Perry, ChemE, PMP, President & CEO, KymanoxReal Risk Management – In all phases of the drug development process, (actually) follow streamlined and compliant practices for risk management and ensure risks are identified, documented, and actively monitored. “Make it real.”Project Portfolio Management – Define and prioritize your entire operational organization by the project work that it is already performing
and control using dashboard concepts. “Projectize your company.”cGxP Documentation for FDA – Have the discipline and foresight to collect, analyze, and report data at all phases so it can be leveraged for eventual regulatory approval. “Documents are monuments.”
6:15-7:00 pm – Q&A and Additional Networking
7:00 pm - Departure
Another great event hosted at:
NANO | BIOTECH | LIFE SCIENCE
When & Where
NC COIN is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) Corporation which serves the citizens of North Carolina as a Virtual Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology and Nanomedicine based businesses, researchers, and institutions. NC COIN is physically headquartered in Greensboro North Carolina at the Gateway Research Park and proximate to the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering.
NC COIN supports all North Carolina organizations that are impacted by the convergence of Nano and Bio Technologies, i.e., advanced materials and life sciences. It does this by providing relevant resources and conduits to its constituents and members. Our primary goal is to be a premier source of networking opportunities, information, and tailored innovation services that address client needs and catalyze and advance the application and commercialization of Nanobiotechnology.
Established in 2009 with funding from the State and North Carolina Biotechnology Center's Centers of Innovation Grant Program, we are also chartered to stimulate entrepreneurship in Nanobiotechnology and thereby foster economic growth.
We at COIN define Nanobiotechnology as dealing with the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes of very small things (a billionth of a meter) including advanced materials that have application or impact life sciences.