Biotechnology – The Supply Chain Behind the Science
The Boston area has consistently been the top location for biotechnology that steadily built a science hub; revolutionizing vaccines and therapies for patients around the world. The pandemic has shown the need for rapid vaccine development and execution of the supply chain throughout the Clinical Phases.
Today’s Supply Chain professional requires a higher level of skills to address delivering products through the Clinical Phases to Commercialization while dealing with complex issues.
The demand from Boston’s Biotech boom for supply chain professionals is drastically outpacing the supply. Biotech companies are discovering new potential talent outside their industry sector that just need the supply chain skills behind the science.
The Clinical Supply Chain Workshop is ideal for professionals who want to develop the transferable hard skills of clinical supply chain; while learning how to apply soft skills that are important regardless of specific sector. Also ideal for supply chain professionals who want to learn more about the exciting and life changing biotech industry, providing the opportunity to demonstrate the understanding of key supply chain theories, practices, and develop skills needed to participate in biotech supply chain.
This class was prevously titled "Clinical Supply Chain."
Course Fee: $269.00 tuition (non-credit)
Peter Horton, MBA, brings more than 25 years of industry experience commercializing small and large molecule drugs, and medical devices. Peter has held leadership roles in both early stage and commercial organizations.
Peter has held various positions at large and small companies including Boston Scientific, Lantheus Medical Imaging, Kiniksa Pharmaceuticals, and TScan Therapeutics, Inc.