Your host, Raman Sehgal, discusses the pharmaceutical and biotechnology supply chain with Go, covering:
The value of micro-dosing and fluorescent imaging in small patient populations at the preclinical proof of concept phase, and the benefits to investors, biotech and big pharma.
The journey of stepping out of the operating theatre and into the boardroom. Taking an idea from the academic breeding ground and scaling into an industrial level so it has greater application.
How the academia and industry ecosystem can collaborate, share and partner for the greater good.
The need to observe, talk and learn from others. And it’s OK to copy and paste what you like in others.
Prof. Go van Dam is the CEO and Co-Founder of TRACER, a Clinical Research Organisation specialising in generating fast and accurate in-human data with nuclear and optical molecular imaging techniques, even before the classical Phase I-III studies. Go is seen as a pioneer in the optical imaging field with groundbreaking research to his name.
Go originated as a surgeon oncologist and professor of Surgery at Groningen University. He trained at Harvard, the Mayo Clinic and NCI. Go executed and published the 1st in-human application of targeted fluorescence imaging in 2011 (Nature Medicine) and published more than 140 papers predominantly about clinical translation of innovative targeted optical molecular imaging. He currently focuses on utilising his validated optical imaging expertise in the life sciences industry to reduce R&D innovation costs, shorten time-to-market, and increased efficiency for innovative drug development.
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