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The Future of Pharma

Samir Gondalia, ISPE Boston

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The Future of Pharma with ISPE Boston. Find out where the pharmaceutical industry is headed and what it means for you. Join host Samir Gondalia as he chats with the thought leaders of the pharma world about the new technologies, innovative applications and emerging markets and how it’s going to influence the future of Pharma.

Latest Episodes

Episode 8 - David Sullivan on New Modalities, Price, Patients and the Pharma Landscape

My guest today is David Sullivan, Sr. Director and Global Lead of Vaccines and Biologics MSAT at Pfizer. He did his Bachelor's in Biotechnology from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Master's in Engineering Management from Tufts University. Over the years, he's worked in process development, pilot plant, next generation technology, vaccines and biologocs MSAT. I have known Dave for over 15 years and have always been impressed with the width of his knowledge and have never had a boring conversation about anything with him. In this episode, we talk about new modalities, the current changes happening in the pharma industry landscape, the price factor, the patients first philosophy and how that's all going to impact the future of pharma. Also, check out his book recommendation, "Trillion Dollar Coach" to learn about the leadership lessons from Bill Campbell, a revered executive who was called "Coach" by Steve Jobs, Larry Page, Sergei Brin and Eric Schmidt among others. Here's Dave Sullivan.

29 MINAPR 9
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Episode 8 - David Sullivan on New Modalities, Price, Patients and the Pharma Landscape

Episode 7 - Salvatore Mascia and Continuous Manufacturing

My guest today is Salvatore Mascia. Sal is the Co-Founder & CEO of CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals based in Woburn, MA. He was the former Strategic Project Manager at the Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing, where he led the integration of the first end-to-end continuous manufacturing process for pharmaceuticals. For his efforts, he was recognized with the “Leadership Award”. He co-founded “Professionisti Italiani a Boston” in 2009, and served as President of the “Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club” in 2006/07. He also ran a pharmacy business for 2 years and as you'll notice from the interview, has the ability to make a mundane seeming business like pharmacy sound interesting. Salvatore completed a post-doc at MIT in Chemical Engineering and holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Cambridge, UK and a BS and MS in Pharmacy (summa cum laude) from University of Perugia, Italy. On a side note, you may hear the sound of emergency vehicles in the background during the interview. that's the sound of brave first-responders rushing to help someone in distress when we were recording this interview. hope you don't mind it and now, here's Salvatore Mascia from Pharmaceuticals.

40 MINMAR 31
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Episode 7 - Salvatore Mascia and Continuous Manufacturing

Episode 6 - Matt Roberge and the Global Pharma Forces

My guest today is Matt Roberge. He got his Mechanical engg degree from Villanova Uni. He currently works for Pfizer and serves as a senior director of Global technology network and Emerging market. He has a truly global organization with teams in the USA, china, russia, argentina, brazil, india and i'm sure i'm forgetting a couple. I had the pleasure of working under Matt's leadership when Pfizer built the first Asian Biologics Development Center in Hangzhou, China few years back. We had a great time recording this interview. Hope you enjoy it too. Here's Matt Roberge from Pfizer.

52 MINMAR 3
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Episode 6 - Matt Roberge and the Global Pharma Forces

Episode 5 - Blockchain and Fake Drugs with Dr. Hariawala, Prof Vaishnav and Mr. Mankodi

Dr. Mukesh Hariawala is a world-renowned heart surgeon, a highly sought after keynote speaker and Chairman of American Healthcare International (AHI). Prof Chintan Vaishnav is a professor at Sloan School of Management at MIT and Director of MIT Tata Center for Technology and Design. Mr. Jayesh Mankodi is an IT industry veteran with expertise in Infrastructure Architecture and Cloud Computing. Chintan and Jayesh are advisors to AHI. Using blockchain technology and cloud computing, Mukesh, Chintan and Jayesh at AHI are working to solve the problem of fake drugs in the market.

28 MIN2019 JUN 4
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Episode 5 - Blockchain and Fake Drugs with Dr. Hariawala, Prof Vaishnav and Mr. Mankodi

Episode 4 - Continuous Manufacturing and Rare Events with Prof Bernhardt Trout

Episode 4 - Continuous Manufacturing and Rare Events with Prof Bernhardt Trout Professor Trout directs the Molecular Engineering Laboratory and Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. He is considered one of the pioneers to pave the way for the continuous manufacturing in the highly complex and regulated field of the pharmaceutical manufacturing. Find out his thoughts on how continuous manufacturing and rare events will affect the future of the pharmaceutical industry in this chat with Samir Gondalia.

26 MIN2019 MAR 11
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Episode 4 - Continuous Manufacturing and Rare Events with Prof Bernhardt Trout

Episode 3 - ISPE Boston and Individualized Medicine with Jack Campion

Visit ispeboston.org for complete show notes of every Podcast episode. Jack Campion is Principal at the Hart Companies. He is the immediate past president of the ISPE Boston area chapter. Jack and the show host Samir have known and worked with each other for many years in their capacity as the ISPE Boston board of directors and as volunteers on other committees. Let’s hear Jack’s thoughts on the new and emerging developments in our industry and what it means for the future of pharma.

20 MIN2018 NOV 29
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Episode 3 - ISPE Boston and Individualized Medicine with Jack Campion

Episode 2 - E. Coli Outbreak and Bacteria Detection with Dr. Monika Weber

Visit ispeboston.org for complete show notes of every Podcast episode. Dr. Monika Weber is the Founder and CEO of Fluid Screen, a startup in Boston, MA with a revolutionary chip-on-a-technology to detect and identify bacteria in water, food and process fluids. She was inspired due to the catastrophic foodborne illness in Europe in 2011 due to the E. Coli contamination which resulted in human deaths and hundreds of millions of dollars losses. Using electric forces to control bacteria motion in water, Dr. Weber discovered a method of concentrating and identifying bacteria in fluid samples. Her technology captures and identifies bacteria in 30 minutes with greater than 99% accuracy.

25 MIN2018 NOV 29
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Episode 2 - E. Coli Outbreak and Bacteria Detection with Dr. Monika Weber

Episode 1: Nanoparticles and the future of implants with Prof. Tom Webster

Visit ispeboston.org for complete show notes of every Podcast episode. Professor Webster directs the Webster Nanomedicine Laboratory at Northeastern University, Boston which designs, synthesizes, and evaluates nanomaterials for various implant applications. To date, his lab group has generated over 9 textbooks, 48 book chapters, 306 invited presentations, at least 403 peer-reviewed literature articles, at least 567 conference presentations, and 32 provisional or full patents. Some of these patents led to the formation of 9 companies. Find out his thoughts on how nanoparticles will affect the future of the pharmaceutical industry in this chat with Samir Gondalia.

28 MIN2018 NOV 10
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Episode 1: Nanoparticles and the future of implants with Prof. Tom Webster

Episode 0 - Welcome to the Future of Pharma!

The introductory episode to launch our Podcast - The Future of Pharma with ISPE Boston. Learn about the podcast, ISPE Boston and the host, Samir Gondalia and why it's a must subscription for a pharma professional.

3 MIN2018 OCT 12
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Episode 0 - Welcome to the Future of Pharma!
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Latest Episodes

Episode 8 - David Sullivan on New Modalities, Price, Patients and the Pharma Landscape

My guest today is David Sullivan, Sr. Director and Global Lead of Vaccines and Biologics MSAT at Pfizer. He did his Bachelor's in Biotechnology from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Master's in Engineering Management from Tufts University. Over the years, he's worked in process development, pilot plant, next generation technology, vaccines and biologocs MSAT. I have known Dave for over 15 years and have always been impressed with the width of his knowledge and have never had a boring conversation about anything with him. In this episode, we talk about new modalities, the current changes happening in the pharma industry landscape, the price factor, the patients first philosophy and how that's all going to impact the future of pharma. Also, check out his book recommendation, "Trillion Dollar Coach" to learn about the leadership lessons from Bill Campbell, a revered executive who was called "Coach" by Steve Jobs, Larry Page, Sergei Brin and Eric Schmidt among others. Here's Dave Sullivan.

29 MINAPR 9
Comments
Episode 8 - David Sullivan on New Modalities, Price, Patients and the Pharma Landscape

Episode 7 - Salvatore Mascia and Continuous Manufacturing

My guest today is Salvatore Mascia. Sal is the Co-Founder & CEO of CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals based in Woburn, MA. He was the former Strategic Project Manager at the Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing, where he led the integration of the first end-to-end continuous manufacturing process for pharmaceuticals. For his efforts, he was recognized with the “Leadership Award”. He co-founded “Professionisti Italiani a Boston” in 2009, and served as President of the “Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club” in 2006/07. He also ran a pharmacy business for 2 years and as you'll notice from the interview, has the ability to make a mundane seeming business like pharmacy sound interesting. Salvatore completed a post-doc at MIT in Chemical Engineering and holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Cambridge, UK and a BS and MS in Pharmacy (summa cum laude) from University of Perugia, Italy. On a side note, you may hear the sound of emergency vehicles in the background during the interview. that's the sound of brave first-responders rushing to help someone in distress when we were recording this interview. hope you don't mind it and now, here's Salvatore Mascia from Pharmaceuticals.

40 MINMAR 31
Comments
Episode 7 - Salvatore Mascia and Continuous Manufacturing

Episode 6 - Matt Roberge and the Global Pharma Forces

My guest today is Matt Roberge. He got his Mechanical engg degree from Villanova Uni. He currently works for Pfizer and serves as a senior director of Global technology network and Emerging market. He has a truly global organization with teams in the USA, china, russia, argentina, brazil, india and i'm sure i'm forgetting a couple. I had the pleasure of working under Matt's leadership when Pfizer built the first Asian Biologics Development Center in Hangzhou, China few years back. We had a great time recording this interview. Hope you enjoy it too. Here's Matt Roberge from Pfizer.

52 MINMAR 3
Comments
Episode 6 - Matt Roberge and the Global Pharma Forces

Episode 5 - Blockchain and Fake Drugs with Dr. Hariawala, Prof Vaishnav and Mr. Mankodi

Dr. Mukesh Hariawala is a world-renowned heart surgeon, a highly sought after keynote speaker and Chairman of American Healthcare International (AHI). Prof Chintan Vaishnav is a professor at Sloan School of Management at MIT and Director of MIT Tata Center for Technology and Design. Mr. Jayesh Mankodi is an IT industry veteran with expertise in Infrastructure Architecture and Cloud Computing. Chintan and Jayesh are advisors to AHI. Using blockchain technology and cloud computing, Mukesh, Chintan and Jayesh at AHI are working to solve the problem of fake drugs in the market.

28 MIN2019 JUN 4
Comments
Episode 5 - Blockchain and Fake Drugs with Dr. Hariawala, Prof Vaishnav and Mr. Mankodi

Episode 4 - Continuous Manufacturing and Rare Events with Prof Bernhardt Trout

Episode 4 - Continuous Manufacturing and Rare Events with Prof Bernhardt Trout Professor Trout directs the Molecular Engineering Laboratory and Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. He is considered one of the pioneers to pave the way for the continuous manufacturing in the highly complex and regulated field of the pharmaceutical manufacturing. Find out his thoughts on how continuous manufacturing and rare events will affect the future of the pharmaceutical industry in this chat with Samir Gondalia.

26 MIN2019 MAR 11
Comments
Episode 4 - Continuous Manufacturing and Rare Events with Prof Bernhardt Trout

Episode 3 - ISPE Boston and Individualized Medicine with Jack Campion

Visit ispeboston.org for complete show notes of every Podcast episode. Jack Campion is Principal at the Hart Companies. He is the immediate past president of the ISPE Boston area chapter. Jack and the show host Samir have known and worked with each other for many years in their capacity as the ISPE Boston board of directors and as volunteers on other committees. Let’s hear Jack’s thoughts on the new and emerging developments in our industry and what it means for the future of pharma.

20 MIN2018 NOV 29
Comments
Episode 3 - ISPE Boston and Individualized Medicine with Jack Campion

Episode 2 - E. Coli Outbreak and Bacteria Detection with Dr. Monika Weber

Visit ispeboston.org for complete show notes of every Podcast episode. Dr. Monika Weber is the Founder and CEO of Fluid Screen, a startup in Boston, MA with a revolutionary chip-on-a-technology to detect and identify bacteria in water, food and process fluids. She was inspired due to the catastrophic foodborne illness in Europe in 2011 due to the E. Coli contamination which resulted in human deaths and hundreds of millions of dollars losses. Using electric forces to control bacteria motion in water, Dr. Weber discovered a method of concentrating and identifying bacteria in fluid samples. Her technology captures and identifies bacteria in 30 minutes with greater than 99% accuracy.

25 MIN2018 NOV 29
Comments
Episode 2 - E. Coli Outbreak and Bacteria Detection with Dr. Monika Weber

Episode 1: Nanoparticles and the future of implants with Prof. Tom Webster

Visit ispeboston.org for complete show notes of every Podcast episode. Professor Webster directs the Webster Nanomedicine Laboratory at Northeastern University, Boston which designs, synthesizes, and evaluates nanomaterials for various implant applications. To date, his lab group has generated over 9 textbooks, 48 book chapters, 306 invited presentations, at least 403 peer-reviewed literature articles, at least 567 conference presentations, and 32 provisional or full patents. Some of these patents led to the formation of 9 companies. Find out his thoughts on how nanoparticles will affect the future of the pharmaceutical industry in this chat with Samir Gondalia.

28 MIN2018 NOV 10
Comments
Episode 1: Nanoparticles and the future of implants with Prof. Tom Webster

Episode 0 - Welcome to the Future of Pharma!

The introductory episode to launch our Podcast - The Future of Pharma with ISPE Boston. Learn about the podcast, ISPE Boston and the host, Samir Gondalia and why it's a must subscription for a pharma professional.

3 MIN2018 OCT 12
Comments
Episode 0 - Welcome to the Future of Pharma!
the END
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