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PharmaLex and Veeva are co-hosting two complimentary half day seminars looking at how organizations can move towards a more holistic data-centric regulatory affairs model.

These sessions will inform you about the advancements of regulators in requiring medicinal product data and how to prepare your organization to meet these regulatory needs in a compliant, yet efficient way. Hear advice on innovative ways to optimize regulatory processes.

To register for either event, please click on the relevant link below.

London, UK // Friday 21st September 2018

Frankfurt, Germany // Thursday 11th October 2018

Speakers from Veeva

Renee Menco is a Customer Success Manager in the R&D space at Veeva, working with customers to ensure they are getting long-term business value from their Veeva applications.

Katrin Spaepen is Director of Strategy for Vault RIM, focusing on the European market at Veeva Systems. With over 20 yrs of experience in the regulatory space, she is a veteran of the global life sciences industry.

Speakers from PharmaLex

Dr. Adam King is Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs at PharmaLex. He has nearly 30 years of experience working in the pharma industry, with 18+ years regulatory affairs experience both in a global R&D environment and more recently regulatory consultancy.


Rob Williams is Senior Director, Regulatory Informatics and Digital Technologies, at PharmaLex. He has two decades of experience in the development of enterprise web-based solutions for global organisations.

Timm Pauli is Senior Director, eSubmission Service, Head of Regulatory Operations at PharmaLex. He is responsible for all electronic submission activities, regulatory information management and related topics. He has more than 15 yrs of experience in pharmaceutical R&D.

Karl-Heinz Loebel is Director, Principal Consultant Regulatory Operations Industry/Agency Liaisons at PharmaLex. He is a chemist by education and has spent 13 yrs in regulatory affairs, focusing on electronic submission, data management and systems implementation.