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Microbiome Movement – Maternal & Infant Health Summit 2020

October 2020

Event date: 15th October 2020

HGF Partner Craig Thomson will be presenting at the Microbiome Movement – Maternal & Infant Health Summit 2020 on 15th October.

The 2nd Microbiome Movement – Maternal & Infant Health Summit returns as the only conference to unite large pharma, drug developers, academic KOL’s and paediatric clinicians to discuss the shared challenges of helping to configure the microbiome in the first 1000 days of life to reduce risk of chronic health conditions.

Join the conference to find out more about the latest data-driven research and hear discussions on how to shape future research to accelerate the field as we begin to unlock the secrets of the infant microbiome to proactively prevent disease.

HGF Partner Craig Thomson will be presenting on Thursday 15th October.

Build a Commercially Relevant Microbiome IP Portfolio: Maternal and Infant Health
  • Understand the multiple motivations for building an IP Portfolio: protect a monopoly of sales, attract investment, improve bargaining position with a collaborator/competitor
  • How to make a commercially relevant selection of what to protect and when
  • How to effectively fit IP strategy into the wider challenges of an innovative microbiome business.

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