Strategies for Collaboration and Partnering with Daiichi Sankyo

Watch this recorded webinar to hear about strategies and opportunities to collaborate and partner with Daiichi Sankyo Co., Ltd, one of Japan’s leading research based pharmaceutical companies.

In this webinar, Mr. Yuichi Kubo, Vice President, Business Development and Licensing will explain about the overview of  Daiichi Sankyo’s business and partnering strategy and areas of potential collaboration opportunities.

The Speaker

UK Trade & Investment Japan’s Head of Trade, Richard Buttrey will host our special guest speaker.

Mr. Yuichi Kubo, Vice President, Business Development and Licensing, Daiichi Sankyo Co., Ltd.

Mr. Yuichi Kubo started his business career at Daiichi Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. in 1980. He was based in London from 1990-1996 as a project manager for clinical development in Europe. At the integration of Daiichi and Sankyo, he was appointed as VP, Head of Development Research of US subsidiary, coordinating non-clinical and pharmaceutical development activities, followed by the role of Vice President for Translational Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology in Japan, and from 2012 Global Head of Intellectual Property. He is appointed to the current position as of April 2014. He was trained as a biochemist and holds a Master’s degree in pharmaceutical science.

Benefits of Watching

This webinar will explain:

·         Japan’s major pharmaceutical company’s strategy for product development

·         Areas of possible collaboration between Daiichi Sankyo Co., Ltd. and your company

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This webinar was recorded on 21 October 2014.