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2016

BioPharma & Healthcare Summit on June 2 in US

The annual summit is a must attend gathering for global BioPharma industry leaders, academicians and investors. It is an invaluable forum to discuss emergent science and brainstorm new opportunities.

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2015

India’s pharma sector gets a relook in Boston

The galaxy of pharma leaders from top US companies grudgingly admit- ted despite many difficult areas, India remains a huge emerging market for pharmaceutical products. They urged the nearly 200 participants to build a capability-driven strategy to emerge winners in this promising marketplace. 
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USAIC BioPharma & Healthcare Summit 2015

The USA-India Chamber of Commerce (USAIC) will organize its 9th annual Bio- Pharma & Healthcare Sum- mit on June 11 at the Marriott Cam- bridge, Massachusetts, USA. 
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'India's Health & Biopharma sector deserve more attention'

India's health and innovative and biopharma sector deserves better attention from the government to help realise its full potential and provide much cheaper health care and medicine to millions of patients, leading Biopharma industry experts and academicians have said.
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India's health and biopharma sector deserve more attention 

BOSTON:India's health and innovative and biopharma sector deserves better attention from the government to help realise its full potential and provide much cheaper health care and medicine to millions of patients, leading Biopharma industry experts and academicians have said. 
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More Attention Needed to India's Health and BioPharma Sectors

WASHINGTON, D.C. — India's healthcare innovation and biopharma sector deserves better attention from the government to help realize its full potential and provide much cheaper health care and medicine to millions of patients, leading biopharma industry experts and academicians have said.
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2014

India needs to build effective innovation ecosystem: report

India needs to build an effective innovation ecosystem to realise its full potential in the field of research and development particularly in the biopharma and health sector, a report said today. 
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With innovation, India’s pharma can serve 4 billion people globally: McKinsey

With some in- vestments in creating in- novative Bio- Pharma prod- ucts, India could address the huge unmet needs of four billion people in the health- care sector worldwide instead of just her own 1.2 billion people, says a special report by global management consultancy, McKinsey.
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US-India Chamber of Commerce Summit 


The USA-India Chamber of Commerce (USAIC), a bilateral Chamber of Commerce, will organize its annual US-India Bio- Pharma and Healthcare Summit on June 27 at the Marriott Cam- bridge, Massachusetts, USA. 
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Collaborations key to India’s healthcare sector


A month after the Na- rendra Modi govern- ment took charge in New Delhi, health- care experts from In- dia and the US gath- ered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for the annual US-India BioPharma and Healthcare Summit on June 28, 2014. The mood was somber just the way it had been at this much-await- ed event in the last two years. For the promise of great collaborations between the two countries in the healthcare arena had yet to make sig- nificant progress in the last decade
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US pharma companies want dialogue with India on IPRs, clinical trials


Global pharma companies argue that they share goal of 'patient first' with that of Indian govt. 
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US pharma companies want dialogue with India on intellectual property rights 

BOSTON: Top executives of American pharma companies favour "dialogue" with India and "not confrontation" to address their concerns on key issues like the protection of intellectual property (IP) and clinical trials.
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India needs to build effective innovation ecosystem: McKinsey & Company

India should focus cross border and cross entity collaboration on building talent.
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2013


India Clinical Trial Policies Are Aligned With Industry's Goals- MOH Official

A Ministry of Health official addressed concerns that India's clinical trail policies are an impediment to local innovation and asserted that the country
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Biopharma & Healthcare Summit Focuses on Innovation

The US India Biopharma and Healthcare Summit 2013, organized by the USA-India Chamber of Commerce and held here June 21, attracted more than 300 people to the annual conference.
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McKinsey predicts India pharma to touch $45 bn in 2020

India's pharmaceutical market will more than double from the current year's $18 billion to over $45 billion by the ear 2020, predicts a major study by global consultants McKinsey & Company.
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Pharma innovation summit in Boston

India's pharmaceutical market will more than double from the current year's $18 billion to over $45 billion by the ear 2020, predicts a major study by global consultants McKinsey & Company.
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India IP Policies Unlikely To Change Until Local R&D Pipelines Mature - McKinsey

McKinsey singles out clinical trial policies as the top obstacle to Indian innovation, but also takes a closer look at IP issues that could be holding the country back
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Sneak Preview: Clinical Trial Policies Top IP As Biggest Obstacle To Indian Innovation

Despite recent news flow focused on a challending patent environment, India's pharma market is expected to grow 13% annually to reach $45 billion by 2020
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Policy, infrastructure main hurdles in Indian pharma R&D: Report

WASHINGTON: Amid serious concerns among US businesses and lawmakers over intellectual property protection in India, a new report says clinical trials, infrastructure and policy are the biggest obstacles in driving research and development innovation at scale in India's healthcare sector.
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'Need to create a system to conduct clinical trials'

There is a need to create a system to conduct clinical trials, according to M.K. Bhan, former secretary, Department of Biotechnology, Government of India.
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REGULATORY CHANGES FOR CLINICAL TRIALS NEEDED"

India needs regulatory changes as far as clinical trials are concerned for an effective mechanism, former secretary of the Department of Biotechnology, M K Bhan, said here today.
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2012

Identifying India’s ‘magic beans’

Mounting expectations from India as an emerging nationpharma powerhouse were tempered with concerns on he policy front at this year’s US-India BioPharma& Healthcare Summit in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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'India has potential to be global hub of bio-pharma sector'

BOSTON: Noting that India has the ability to be a "global hub" in the bio-pharma and healthcare sector, industry leaders have said that steps need to be taken to realize the huge untapped potential in this field.
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‘India has potential to be global bio-pharma hub’

Noting that India has the ability to be a “global hub” in the bio-pharma and healthcare sector, industry leaders here have said New Delhi needs to take steps to realise the huge untapped potential in this field.
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Global Partnerships Focus of BioPharma Summit

The U.S.-India Bio- Pharma and Healthcare Summit 2012, organized by the USA-India Chamber of Commerce at the Hyatt Regency here May 11, served as a powerful platform for American and Indian companies to come together and build global partnerships to deliver innovation in healthcare and the biopharma industry.
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Is India Falling Behind Its Neighbors In Attracting Clinical Research?

During the annual USA-India Chamber of Commerce biopharma summit, participants discussed the pros and cons of doing research in India, and pointed to key policy issues that must be resolved to spur more clinical trials.
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US-India BioPharma & Healthcare Summit Set for May

The USA-India Chamber of Commerce, a bilateral chamber of commerce, will hold its annual U.S.-India Bio- Pharma & Healthcare Summit May 11 at the Hyatt Cambridge here.
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Innovate for affordable healthcare

More than 200 healthcare experts from India and the US gathered again for an annual session in early May 2012 to discuss how India’s biotech industry can play a leading role in innovating to make healthcare affordable globally.
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Sneak Preview: R&D Investments Must Focus On India’s Competitive Advantages

India has unique capabilities for genomic databases, translational research and nanotechnology, which should spur research on cancer leads, according to a BCG report to be released May 11.
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India can become innovation hub for biopharma: BCG

Washington, May 9 (PTI) Emerging markets will drive 70 per cent of growth in the pharma industry and India will require supportive policies to leverage the BioPharma opportunity to become an innovation hub for the sector, says a BCG report.
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India can become innovation hub for biopharma: BCG

Washington: Emerging markets will drive 70 per cent of growth in the pharma industry and India will require supportive policies to leverage the BioPharma opportunity to become an innovation hub for the sector, says a BCG report.
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India can become innovation hub for bio-pharma: BCG report

WASHINGTON: Emerging markets will drive 70 per cent of growth in the pharma industry and India will require supportive policies to leverage the BioPharma opportunity to become an innovation hub for the sector, says a BCG report.
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India to establish Technology Acquisition Fund

BOSTON: Aiming to acquire technologies that have been developed and which can be commercialised to put for public good, the Indian Government is planning to establish an ambitious technology acquisition fund by next year.
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'India has potential to be global hub of biopharma sector'

Noting that India has the ability to be a 'global hub' in the bio-pharma and healthcare sector, industry leaders here have said that New Delhi needs to take steps to realise huge untapped potential in this field. Indian government officials, attending a day-long brain-storming session in Boston, said that they are taking concrete steps in this regard.
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USAIC’s 2012 Summit: Partnering progress

US—India BioPharma and Healthcare Summit 2012 is all set to act as a platform for global R&D leaders to converge and share their views
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USAIC’s 2012 Summit: Partnering progress

US—India BioPharma and Healthcare Summit 2012 is all set to act as a platform for global R&D leaders to converge and share their views
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US-India BioPharma & Healthcare Summit 2012 to focus on oncology

Our News Bureau Mumbai USA-India Chamber of Commerce (USAIC), a bilateral Chamber of Commerce is rganising the annual US-India BioPharma and Healthcare Summit on May 11, 2012 at President’s Ballroom, Hyatt egency Cambridge, Massachusetts, US. 
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2011


Leaders speak at US-India BioPharma & Healthcare Summit 2011

CXOs from the global biopharma shared the dais with their Indian counterparts in a frank sharing of concerns and suggested solutions focussed on how India can align more closely with their agendas for a win-win situation. Viveka Roychowdhury reports
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Indian bio-pharma R&D spending could grow to $25 bn by 2025

BOSTON: India's bio-pharma sector may see a surge in R&D spendingto about USD 25 billion in the next 15 years, according to a Boston Consulting Group report that saidfavourable policies need to be implemented to attract investment and enhance innovation in the field. The total amount that is currently being spent on innovative discovery programmes and development in thebio-pharma sector in India is about USD 2 billion. This amount can grow to USD 25 billion by 2025 if concerted efforts are made by various stakeholders likethe government, academia and industry on developing R&D and innovation in the bio-pharma field.
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India And U.S. Pharma Companies Meet To Discuss Evolving Partnership Models

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The ever-growing engagement of the Indian pharmaceutical industry with its global counterparts - in the areas of R&D partnerships, manufacturing alliances to M&As - could be gauged from the coming together of senior level industry executives from both sides at the annual biopharma and healthcare summit sponsored by the USA-India Chamber of Commerce (USAIC) in Cambridge, Massachusetts June 23.
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India Attracting More Investments in BioPharmaR&D but Still Lacks Recognition as InnovationPartner, Says Study

BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 23, 2011 - More than 70 percent of the 40 globalBioPharma executives in a recent survey are satisfied with their R&D alliances in India, andthree out of four expect to increase their R&D activities in India. Despite such positiveappraisals, India continues to play a relatively small role in BioPharma innovation, accordingto a new report by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
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R&D spending in bio-pharma sector could grow to$25 b by 2025: BCG report

BOSTON, JUNE 24: India’s bio-pharma sector may see a surge in R&Dspending to about $25 billion in the next 15 years, according to a BostonConsulting Group report that said favourable policies need to be implementedto attract investment and enhance innovation in the field.
The total amount that is currently being spent on innovative discoveryprogrammes and development in the bio-pharma sector in India is about $2billion.
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US-India biopharma, healthcare meet to begintomorrow

BOSTON, JUNE 22: The USA-India Chamber of Commerce will host theannual ‘US-India BioPharma and Healthcare Summit’ here on June 23, whichwill focus on India’s potential to become a hub of innovation in the field of bio-pharma. The summit will focus on issues such as overcoming barriers to buildingcollaborative partnerships between Indian and global companies, drugdiscovery and development and restructuring R&D to maximise productivityand clinical research.
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Indian bio-pharma R&D spending could grow to $25 bn

Boston India's bio-pharma sector may see asurge in R&D spending to about $ 25 billionin the next 15 years, according to a BostonConsulting Group report that said favourablepolicies need to be implemented to attractinvestment and enhance innovation in thefield.
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Indian bio-pharma R&D spending could grow to $25bn by 2025

India's bio-pharma sector may see a surge in R&D spending to about USD 25 billion in the next 15years, according to a Boston Consulting Groupreport that said favourable policies need to beimplemented to attract investment and enhanceinnovation in the field.
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Partnering with India

Partnerships between US and Asian companies have become a prominent feature ofpharmaceutical development and manufacturing.   To foster relationships between US andIndian biopharmaceutical companies, the US–India BioPharma and Healthcare Summitwas held in Cambridge, MA on June 23, 2011. The summit is an annual event, bringingtogether representatives from large US/European pharmaceutical companies, smaller UScompanies, academia, and patient interest groups with representatives of the Indiangovernment and industry to discuss issues surrounding US–Indian partnering inbiopharmaceutical development.
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India Attracting MoreInvestments in BioPharma R&Dbut Still Lacks Recognition asInnovation Partner, Says Studyby The Boston ConsultingGroup

More than 70 percent of the 40 global BioPharma executives in a recent survey are satisfied withtheir R&D alliances in India, and three out of four expect to increase their R&D activities in India.Despite such positive appraisals, India continues to play a relatively small role in BioPharmainnovation, according to a new report by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
The report, which was commissioned by the USA-India Chamber of Commerce (USAIC) andbased on in-depth research, interviews, and a quantitative survey with over 40 R&D decisionmakers, will be released June 23 during the annual USA-India BioPharma & Healthcare Summit inCambridge, Massachusetts.
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Sneak Preview: BCG Study Predicts Strong R&D Focus In India; Big Pharma May Leverage India For "Niche Busters" And Stem Cells

Research-related investments funnelled into India by U.S.-based pharmaceutical companies swelled by 10 times between 2002 and 2009 to reach $121 million, a number that will continue to grow in the years to come, according to an upcoming study by the Boston Consulting Group. The report, which was commissioned by the USA-India Chamber of Commerce (USAIC), will be released June 23 during the annual USA-India BioPharma & Healthcare Summit in Boston.
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US-India BioPharma & Healthcare Summit to highlight India's potential to become a biopharma innovation hub

The Summit will focus on overcoming the barriers to building collaborative partnerships between the Indian and global companies. Panel discussions and keynotes will cover drug discovery and development, restructuring R&D to maximise productivity and innovation, pre-competitive alliances, industry-academic partnerships, clinical research, funding innovation and cross border M&A trends.
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USAIC Indo-US Summit set to roll

The USA-India Chamber of Commerce (USAIC) is set to organize its annual US-India BioPharma & Healthcare Summit on June 23, 2011, at Hyatt Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. The event will highlight India's potential to become a hub of innovation in the biopharma sector.
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Budget pragmatic, growth-oriented: USAIC

The annual Budget presented by the Finance Minister, Mr Pranab Mukherjee, has been hailed by a US-India business chamber as pragmatic and growth-oriented.
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India Budget is pragmatic, growth-oriented: US-India chamber

"Increase in healthcare and infrastructure expenditure is a positive step. We hope a serious attempt is made in the coming years to promote research and development in BioPharma," said Karun Rishi, the president of the USA-India Chamber of Commerce (USAIC).
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BioSpectrum honors biotech excellence
The BioSpectrum awardees were unanimously chosen by the 8th BioSpectrum Awards Jury headed by Mr Hari S Bhartia, co-chairman and MD, Jubilant Life Sciences. The award ceremony took place at Hotel Leela Palace in Bangalore. There were two categories of awards. Jury Awards – selected by the jury and Company Awards given on the basis of the BioSpectrum-ABLE annual industry survey the results of which are published in the June & July (2010) issues of BioSpectrum.
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International Summit Will Explore India's Potential as a Hub of Innovation and Partnerships in Biopharma
Conference in Cambridge, Mass. -- Organized by the USA-India Chamber of Commerce and Supported by The Boston Consulting Group -- Will Focus on Overcoming Barriers to Increased Collaboration Between Global and Local Companies
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International Summit Will Explore India's Potential as a Hub of Innovation and Partnerships in Biopharma
BOSTON, MA, Mar 02 (MARKET WIRE) -- The pressures bearing down on the global biopharmaceutical industry are forcing more companies to seek out new partners for collaboration and innovation. India, with its vast pool of R&D resources and capabilities, along with its growing demand for biopharma products, presents very attractive opportunities...
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2010

Aspirations for collaboration can be bigger and bolder in US-India Biopharma & Healthcare Summit 2010 

The Summit focussed on the need for greater and more transparent collaborations, and the perils of spending more money protecting early-stage intellectual property (IP) than on early-stage research
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Pre-Competitive Collaboration Would Help Pharmaceutical Productivity Crisis – If Lawyers Could Get Out Of The Way

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Greater R&D collaboration was the theme of the day at the star-studded U.S.-India
Chamber of Commerce biopharma and healthcare summit.....
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New Approaches To Innovation Needed To Reach Globe’s Poor At The “Bottom
Of The Pyramid” – And To Fend Off Emerging Competitors Around The World


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Life science companies looking to provide healthcare solutions to the poorer,
“bottom of the pyramid” - a population reaching more than 600 million people in India alone - should focus
on business model innovation as much as on innovative products,....
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USAIC to host annual US-India BioPharma & Healthcare Summit in USA

The USA-India Chamber of Commerce (USAIC), a bilateral Chamber of Commerce aimed at promoting and facilitating tradeand investment between the US and India is organising its annual US-India BioPharma & Healthcare Summit on May 6th, at Hyatt Regency Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA....
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Indian Healthcare poised to take off: USAIC Report

Washington Bullish on the Indo-US BioPharma trends, the US-India Chamber of Commerce (USAIC) in its latest positionpaper has said Indian health care sector ispoised to take off along with the economy....
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Indian healthcare poised to take off: USAIC report

Bullish on the Indo-US Bio Pharma trends, the US-India Chamber of Commerce (USAIC) in its latest position paper has said Indian healthcare sector is poised to take off along with the economy...
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Leading US-India firms to attend Bio-Pharma summit

Reflecting the emergence of India as a top global destination for research and development in the bio-pharma sector,leading industry leaders, investors, academicians and policy makers would attend a day-long US-India Bio-Pharma and Healthcare Summit in Boston in May...
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US cos to attend bio-pharma summit

WASHINGTON: Reflecting the emergence of India as a top global destination for research anddevelopment in the bio-pharma sector, leading industry leaders, investors, academicians andpolicy makers would attend a day-long US-India Bio-Pharma and Healthcare Summit in Boston in May....
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US-India BioPharma and Healthcare Summit aims at big tie-ups

GhoshBoston, MA: US-India BioPharma and Healthcare Summit 2010 organized by the USA-India Chamber of Commerce here on July 26, attracted over 350 senior bio-pharma executives, investors and academic leaders.....
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US-India healthcare summit highlights collaborations

NEW YORK: US-IndiaBioPharma & Healthcare Summit 2010 organized by the USA-India Chamber of Commerce in Boston recently attracted.....
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Summit to attract leading US-India healthcare firms 

NEW YORK: The USA-India Chamber of Commerce (USAIC), a bilateral Chamber of Commerce aimed at promoting and facilitating trade and investment between the United States and India, will organize its annual US-India....
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Greater R&D Collaboration Theme of US-India Biopharma Summit

BOSTON, Mass. — The recent U.S.-India BioPharma & Healthcare Summit 2010, organized by the USA-India Chamber of Commerce here, attracted over 350 senior biopharma executives, investors and academic leaders, becoming one of the leading biopharma events for senior R&D executives....
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2009

US-Indian Chamber of Commerce hails Budget as fiscal stimulus
The USA-India Chamber of Commerce has said the Annual Budget presented by the Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee is a massive piece of fiscal stimulus which would spur growth and employment...
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US-India BioPharma & Healthcare Summit - Media Coverage

India's dearth of Drug R&D Investment Creates Innovation Bottleneck

BOSTON - India faces a lacuna in research and development funding, with lags in government investment and venture capital activity that are creating roadblocks to accelerating the country's growth in pharmaceutical sector, experts said...
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UICC honors Dr. Barry Bloom for distinguished service

NEW YORK: Dr. Barry Bloom, a medical education pioneer in India, was presented with Distinguished Services Award by the USA-India Chamber of Commerce for his longstanding and deep commitment to help improve public health and biomedical science in India; his scientific contributions to immunology, leprosy and tuberculosis; and his passion for educating the next generation of Indian scientists and scholars...
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India Chamber felicitates Doctor Barry Bloom

Bostom, August 25 - The USA-India Chamber of Commerce has felicitated Dr Barry Bloom of Harvard...... Emphasising the need for a stronger interface between the industry, academia and NGO, Bloom said the US can learn a great deal from public private partnerships in India...
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USA India Chamber felicitates Doctor Barry Bloom

The USA-India Chamber of Commerce has felicitated Dr Barry Bloom of Harvard...... Felicitating Bloom, Rishi said he has four decades of selfless service to improve public health and medical education in India. Bloom's involvement with India goes back to 1969 when he first visited India...
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USA India Chamber felicitates Doctor Barry Bloom

Boston, Aug 25 (PTI) The USA-India Chamber of Commerce has felicitated Dr Barry Bloom of Harvard...... the most impressive thing in India is its incredible creative range of public private partnerships. "Whether it is high quality high throughput model where paying patient on one side and poor patient on the other side get the best possible care at hospitals...
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Top industry leaders and key policy makers to participate in the US-India BioPharma & Healthcare Summit

US-India BioPharma and Healthcare Summit, an annual summit organized by the USA-India Chamber of Commerce which brings together all stakeholders of the sector to facilitate trade and investments in US-India corridor, had attracted over 300 senior biotech, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and academic leaders this year......there is too much clinical data available in the world, but the challenge lies in converting that data into knowledge for drug discovery. India with its IT strengths can play a vital role....
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Top industry leaders and key policy makers to participate in the US-India BioPharma & Healthcare

...the necessity to leverage the global intellectual enterprise takes center stage...This is the time for Indian companies to ramp up their capacity and quality standards...
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USAIC Summit sets stage for 'bold, innovative' partnerships 

...As we see the pressure to reduce healthcare costs and find innovative solutions to unmet needs build up, the necessity to leverage the global intellectual enterprise takes centre stage....
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US-India drug discovery, collaborative research partnerships growing despite global slowdown 
...USA-India Chamber of Commerce applauded the efforts of Government of India's initiative to make India an innovation hub by 2020 and termed it a bold initiative...
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Indian healthcare market to grow despite slowdown: McKinsey

Notwithstanding the current global economic crisis, India's pharmaceutical industry and its health care market are expected to grow rapidly in the next few years...
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India can become a global pharma innovation hub, experts say 

India has the potential to emerge as a global innovation hub and the US's collabortion with Indian pharma and health companies will not only help the two countries, but also entire world, eminent experts and industry leaders said...
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Bio-pharma summit in Boston on May 14 
...We have created an ecosystem where all stake holders meet to share and learn. This unique platform creates mutually beneficial opportunities for the US and Indian industry necessary to take the business to the next level,...
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US-India pharma partnerships growing despite economic slowdown 

...There is an urgent need for US BioPharma industry to engage Indian academia and for Indian industry to connect with US academic institutions. Participants' mood was very upbeat....
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US-India Healthcare Summit to help alliances 

...Top tier life sciences focused venture capitalists, private equity firms and investment bankers have shown great interest in the Summit. Since the last Summit, some venture capitalists have set up India/Asia focused funds...
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US-India Biopharma, Healthcare Summit on May 14 at Massachusetts 

...The keynote address will be delivered on the theme 'Policy Makers and Industry Leaders' and Discussions will be held with Nobel Laureate Prof. Sydney Altman...
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Healthcare industry beats slowdown 

...Released recently at the US India Biopharma and Healthcare Summit, the report said that high growth of the Indian healthcare sector was primarily driven by domestic reasons...
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Indian healthcare market to grow despite slowdown 

...Even as managing cost and margin improvement continue to be a focus, there is increasing pressure for companies to collaborate and potentially seek risky investment...
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US-India Biotech Summit 2008 - Media Coverage

Better days ahead
The meltdown of the US economy has raised legitimate concerns among the Indian establishment and industry. The US economy is in dire straits. The repercussions are being felt across a wide spectrum of industries, notably in financial, banking, housing, automobiles and retail-the leading growth engines in the past decade....
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Sibal exhorts US industry to invest in India's biopharma R&D offering

Over 350 execs and investors attend USAICC summit...
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Challenge is to develop highest quality drugs at the lowest cost: Kapil Sibal

At USA-India Chamber of Commerce's BioPharma Summit the minister spoke about collaborative initiatives between the two countries...
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U.S. and Indian Officials Collaborate at BioPharma Summit 2008

"Innovation and funding innovation will get a big boost from this Summit," said Karun Rishi, President of the USA-India Chamber of Commerce. "Collaborative research and strategic alliances will be the key forces driving the business."...
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US-India BioPharma Summit in June "The US-India BioPharma Summit is part of an ongoing dialogue with all the stakeholders including industry, investors, policy makers and academia," said Karun Rishi, President of the USA-India Chamber of Commerce....
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BioPharma in India: U.S.-India Summit

In his keynote address, Indian Minister of Science and Technology Kapil Sibal talked of an emerging intellectual property regime in India that would not only uphold the interests of indulging pharmaceutical companies but shall also match their investment on a 50:50 basis to build an environment to develop collaborative initiatives to mutual benefits in the field of agriculture, marine and health sciences...
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US-India BioPharma Summit in Cambridge

...The result oriented work being done by the USA-India Chamber of Commerce to promote and facilitate biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and healthcare business and investments between the two countries is laudable.Globalization has favored the technology intensive industries in general and the biotech industry in particular...
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Global Pharma Leaders attend USIndia BioPharma Summit 2008

...Dr. Surinder Singh, Drug Controller General of India in his keynote address talked about implementation of an advanced "e governance drug regulatory system in India". This electronic system, unique in itself is currently being developed with intense support from the Indian IT sector to suit the Indian context, following closer understanding of the functioning of its equivalent counterparts in the world- WHO, Health Canada and FDA. This di
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