30 October & 2 November in Barcelona, Spain
Join Worldwide Clinical Trials at WODC EU to network with colleagues, interact with key opinion leaders, and discuss strategies for operational success in clinical trials.
Our Rare Disease team combines deep scientific expertise with fresh perspectives on design and patient outreach—experts with decades of experience in the basics and the willingness to innovate to find a unique approach that will work for your program.
If you are attending World Orphan Drug Congress EU, stop by our booth 51 and stay hello to our team.
Our Derek Ansel presents How to Drive Efficiency in the Clinical Development Program, 31 October at 16:40 CEST.
Fira Barcelona Montjuic, Barcelona
Av. de la Reina Maria Cristina, s/n, 08004 Barcelona, Spain
Derek has worked in clinical research for more than a decade with a focus almost exclusively in rare and pediatric diseases, including non-malignant hematology, autoimmune diseases, metabolic disorders, movement disorders, and other genetic conditions. At Worldwide, he leads and supports corporate initiatives within rare and pediatric diseases and maintains relationships with over 60 patient-focused advocacy organizations. He holds a master’s degree in Pharmacology and Toxicology from Michigan State University and is pursuing a master’s degree in Genetic Counseling from Bay Path University.