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Into the roaring 20s!

From this page you will be able to access all the sessions, lectures and meetings scheduled over our 2 day symposium. You will also receive e-mail reminders with the links to the next sessions.

You can drop in and out of all events, as and when you like.

During our lectures you will be able to interact and ask questions in the chat, and during the interactive sessions you are free to have your audio and video on or off as you choose. The chairs of all our meetings may invite you to speak, so please be prepared to unmute if you would like to.

In this section

Welcome to the FPM Annual Symposium!

Thursday 26 November

Morning welcome and lecture

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Welcome and introduction to the structure and themes of the meeting 

with Tim Higenbottam, President, FPM and Renata Crome, Symposium Chair, FPM


Lessons learnt from COVID-19 & planning for future pandemics

John Bell, Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford

with Q&A chaired by Renata Crome


John Bell
Professor Sir John Bell

Your choice of:

Interactive seminar 1

How to ensure access to medicines in developing countries

Graeme Robertson, Gilead
Chaired by Emma Harvey

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Interactive seminar 2

Digital health 

Laurence Pearce, LifeLight
Chaired by Gillies O’Bryant-Tear

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Afternoon lecture

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How can the pharmaceutical industry meet future health patterns?

Mene Pangalos, EVP & President BioPharmaceuticals R&D, AZ

with Q&A chaired by Renata Crome


Mene Pangalos
Mene Pangalos

Take a break…


or join us for:


Independent pharmaceutical physician’s coffee and chat

hosted by Craig Hartford

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Dr Craig Hartford


Plenary lecture


How can Pharma support those living with a rare disease?

Georgina Morton, Chair, ArchAngel MLD Trust

chaired by Renata Crome

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Cocktail hour and Fail Fest 


Networking session

Hosted by Marcia Philbin

This informal session is a chance to unwind,  share, laugh and learn from each other’s mistakes.

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Marcia Philbin
Marcia Philbin