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2nd Annual Healthcare forum

January 10, 2012 San Francisco, CA

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

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Eliminating the gap between innovation & resources The global healthcare market is broken and a key issue is the gap between innovators who need money and big players who have money but need innovation. The Global Leaders is proud to host its 2nd annual healthcare forum on Tuesday, January 10th in San Francisco at the historic Marines’ Memorial Club. The theme for the 2012 event is “Eliminating the Gap Between Innovation & Resources.” The conference will focus on connecting CEOs and other senior executives with institutional investors and business development executives who can help bring the pieces together in a rapidly changing landscape.

• Matching innovation with capital • How to mitigate risks; both financial and regulatory • The future of healthcare in a changing global market

REGISTER NOW Limited Seating – Reserve Early http://tglhealthcaresymposium.eventbrite.com/

Biotech & Pharma Investors Business Development Research Analysts Key Opinion Leaders Journalists & Press Philanthropists Government Leaders

CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS George Bickerstaff Former CFO, Novartis Pharma AG Executive Chairman, The Global Leaders

Dr. Margaret Liu Vice Chairman, International Vaccine Institute

location Marines’ Memorial Club 609 Sutter Street San Francisco, CA 94102 Daytime Symposium 12 noon to 5 pm Reception 6 pm to 9 pm Registration starts at 11 a.m.


The global leaders 2nd annual healthcare forum | January 10, 2012 | san Francisco, ca

Connect | share | evolve • Network with your global peers - Over 150 senior level executives have already registered

• Learn from the experts; interactive panels focused on -

Innovation Regulatory Issues Funding Global Healthcare Trends

• Share your experiences - Round-table discussions facilitated by industry experts

• Listen to key note addresses on - The Need for Innovation - Eldercare and an Aging Population - Life Science Research

• Build on the momentum - Stay connected and continue the dialogue long after the conference has ended through The Global Leaders network and the connections you make at the conference


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Fostering collaboration – Luncheon Topics A catered lunch will be served beginning at 12:15 p.m. Each table will be assigned a topic related to the Global Healthcare Challenges we face today and an industry expert who will facilitate the discussion. Make sure that you arrive early to ensure a place at the table of your choice: CARDIOLOGY

INFECTIOUS DISEASES

REGULATORY

Dr. Sarah Samaan Legacy Heart Center – Baylor Hospital

Dr. Sandra Lobo AgilVAx Joe Shaw AgilVAx

Wendy Goldstein Epstein, Becker & Green, P.C.

CHINA Po Chi Wu Hong Kong University of Science & Technology

COMMUNICATIONS & SEC REGULATORY ISSUES Chalmers Fitzpatrick PR Newswire Todd Grossman PR Newswire

EUROPE Michael Laznicka Rapid Pharma

HEALTHCARE INFORMATON Sean Mehra Health Tap

HEALTHCARE POLICY Thomas Loker Author

HUMAN CAPITAL Jodie Emery Caldwell Partners

INDIA Rashmi Barbhalya, Ph.D. Advinus Therapeutics Parvin Chaturvedi IndUS Anula Jayasuriya Evolve India Life

RESEARCH

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Dr. Greg Maguire Bio Regenerative Sciences, Inc.

David Leichtman Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi LLP

SOCIAL MEDIA

INVESTING Grant Harshbarger M.M. Dillon Rahul Singhvi MLV Co. Jeff Swarz, Ph.D. M.M. Dillon Jason Wittes Caris & Company

PATIENT ADVOCACY Aaron Ginn Simplee Dr. Elizabeth Chabner-Thompson Radiological Oncologist Ann Murray-Paige Author

PHILANTHROPY & HEALTHCARE Danita Branam Intersections International Nancy Dube ICMEC Elizabeth Thieriot San Francisco Philanthropist

PRODUCT STRATEGY Mike Rea IDEA Pharma

Siobhan MacDermott AVG Technologies CZ Margaret Molloy Velocidi

TECHNOLOGY Robert Bickerstaff AT&T Tim O’Reilly O’Reilly Radar

TGL FELLOWS / YOUNG RESEARCHERS Blake Marggraff Washington University in St. Louis Matt Feddersen Washington University in St. Louis


The global leaders 2nd annual healthcare forum | January 10, 2012 | san Francisco, ca

Agenda 10:00 AM

Registration and “Meet & Greet”

12:00 PM

Welcome – George Bickerstaff, The Global Leaders

12:15 PM

Catered lunch served and facilitated round-table discussions

1:10 PM

Break

1:20 PM

Introduction of Panel Topics -

1:25 PM

“Innovation in Global Healthcare - Are We Making Progress?” Panel discussion moderated by Kathleen Sharp, New York Times contributor and acclaimed author of Blood Feud, a true story about the drug Procrit, Amgen and Johnson & Johnson. In May 2008, the 61st World Health Assembly adopted Resolution WHA 61.21: Global strategy and plan of action on public health, innovation and intellectual property. The resolution was comprised of eight elements:

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Prioritizing research and development needs Promoting research and development Building and improving innovative capacity Transfer of technology Application and management of intellectual property to contribute to innovation and promote public health 6. Improving delivery and access 7. Promoting sustainable financing mechanisms 8. Establishing and monitoring reporting systems These elements were designed to promote innovation, build capacity, improve access and mobilize resources. What progress has been made over the last 3 years? What are the key global healthcare innovations that are on the horizon? What are the key issues facing cross-border operations and how do they differ by region? What contributions to solving critical healthcare issues can we expect from Europe, the Pac Rim and the Americas? Panelists: Michael Laznicka, CEO, Rapid Pharma Margaret Liu, Vice Chairman, International Vaccine Institute Ritesh Patel, Global Practice Leader – Digital, Chandler Chicco Companies Garen Staglin, Co-Chairman and Acting CEO, One Mind for Research Campaign Po Chi Wu, Adjunct Professor, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology


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Agenda 2:10 PM

“Global Healthcare Regulatory Changes and the Impact on Innovation, Pricing, and Reimbursement in Emerging Healthcare Companies.” Panel discussion moderated by David Gershon, Senior Partner at Gershon Capital Investment Cie and Managing Director of M.M. Dillon & Co. Healthcare is going through a global transition as governments around the world reassess their healthcare infrastructure and the needs of their society. As part of this global process regulatory changes in the FDA, SFDA (China), and EMEA as well as other government agencies in BRIC countries such as Russia, India, and Brazil, are reshaping pricing, reimbursement, research and development, and access to new bio-pharmaceutical therapies and innovative medical devices. Understanding this process and identifying the emerging bio-pharma and medical device companies that will lead this process offers long-term opportunities for investors. As large shifts in the demand for healthcare emerge from countries with very large populations in emerging markets, healthcare is very likely to be a leading sector for investment. And this process is likely to be an extended opportunity, given the ever growing middle class and aging demographics in the emerging markets that will now be able to afford healthcare and will increasingly need western bio-pharma and medical device products. Panelists: Dr. Teo Forcht Dagi, Partner HLM Venture Partners Ittai Harel, General Partner Pitango Venture Capital Christopher McFadden, Managing Director Health Evolution Partners Tim Opler, Founder and Principal Torreya Partners Dr. Liz Stoner, Managing Director, MPM Capital Dr. Francis Waldvogel, Chairman Novartis Venture Fund

2:55 PM

Break

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The global leaders 2nd annual healthcare forum | January 10, 2012 | san Francisco, ca

Agenda 3:05 PM

“Global Healthcare Companies’ Access to Funding and Impact of the Unsettled Financial Markets.” Panel discussion moderated by Michiel McCarty, CEO of M.M. Dillon & Co. The sources of growth capital have migrated from the traditional formula of A, B & C rounds from venture capital followed by a successful IPO towards a more varied multi-tiered approach involving strategic investors, hedge funds, family offices, licensing deals and M&A exits. The identification and access to the now diverse capital formation matrix is key in the development of healthcare companies. As more limited partners migrate away from traditional Biotech and healthcare venture funds, companies are presented with stark choices that need early analysis and board preparation. The role of other providers of capital and the cost benefit analysis is a topic that is paramount to healthcare companies and their investors. The process of tapping the varied sources is not fully understood by the marketplace as terms, pricing and tradeoffs evolve. The market-to-market requirements, as well as the unsettled public markets, have shifted focus away from the IPO as an exit strategy in favor of other more complex alternatives. Whether to build, buy, partner, sell, act slow or fast, plus the impact on returns and access to capital, are all critical factors in what has become a much more complex decision process. Panelists: Dr. Reinhard J. Ambros, Executive Director, Novartis Venture Funds Joe Limber, CEO, Prometheus Laboratories Olivier Litzka, Ph.D., Partner, Edmond de Rothchild Anat Naschitz, Managing Director, OrbiMed Michael Rabson, Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

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Agenda 3:50 PM

”A Global Healthcare Perspective - The Reality” Panel discussion moderated by George Bickerstaff, Managing Director, M.M. Dillon. In addition, Mr. Bickerstaff is the Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of The Global Leaders and former Chief Financial Officer of Novartis Pharma AG. “The solutions to the world’s urgent healthcare challenges are within our grasp,” announced George Bickerstaff, panel moderator. “Our goal is to CONNECT the top minds together to focus on these challenges; leaders who can sit down and SHARE ideas to arrive at realistic solutions that will help EVOLVE the healthcare industry.” This panel brings together the former leaders of Baxter International, Genentech, Kosan Biosciences, Novartis and Pfizer. They will address what actions we can and should be taking today and how it will impact the future of healthcare. Panelists: Harry Kraemer, Executive Partner, Madison Dearborn and former Chairman & CEO, Baxter International Robert G. Johnson, Jr., M.D., Ph.D., former President and CEO of Kosan Biosciences Inc. Jeff Kindler, Managing Director, Starboard Capital Partners and former CEO of Pfizer Corporation Myrtle Potter, President, Myrtle Potter & Company and former President and COO of Genentech. Tim O’Reilly, Founder & CEO, O’Reilly Radar

4:35 PM

Closing Remarks – Afternoon Session

4:45 PM

“Meet & Greet” – Chrystal Lounge

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The global leaders 2nd annual healthcare forum | January 10, 2012 | san Francisco, ca

Agenda – Optional Networking reception 6pM-9pM | sponsored by

CTPartners

6:00 PM

Networking and Cocktail Reception

6:45 PM

Welcome – George Bickerstaff, Executive Chairman, The Global Leaders, Elizabeth Thieriot, San Francisco Philanthropist and Brian Sullivan, CEO, CTPartners

7:00 PM

“The Need for Innovation in Healthcare” Dr. Molly Coye, Chief Innovation Officer, UCLA Health Systems Charged to promote and nurture innovation to improve the quality of care delivered locally and globally, Dr. Coye will speak about what individuals and organizations can do to promote innovation as a means to solve the healthcare challenges facing the world.

7:30 PM

“An Aging Population and Eldercare” John Figueroa, CEO, Omnicare With over 20 years experience in healthcare, Mr. Figueroa leads Omnicare, one of the largest providers of pharmaceutical care for the elderly. He will share his unique perspective on how the healthcare industry needs to address an aging population.

8:00 PM

“Life Science Research – a Perspective from Space” Mark Sirangelo, Chairman SNC Space Systems Mr. Sirangelo is the Chairman of Sierra Nevada Space Systems, a leading producer of satellites, propulsion systems and space sub-systems and is also the Executive Vice President of Sierra Nevada Corporation, a billion dollar aerospace and defense firm. Mr. Sirangelo holds Doctorate, MBA and Bachelor of Science degrees, has been scientifically published, and has served as an officer in the US Military. He will address the need for science and technology, including those companies focused on space research, to work together to improve our healthcare systems.

8:30 PM

Networking and Cocktail Reception

9:00 PM

Conclusion


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Distinguished experts & advisors William Adler Principal, Belvedere Communications Aaron J. Alter Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Dr. Reinhard J. Ambros Executive Director, Novartis Venture Funds

Joshua L. Berlin Executive Editor & Director of Business Development, Elsevier Business Intelligence George Bickerstaff Former CFO, Novartis Pharma AG Executive Chairman, The Global Leaders Dr. Elizabeth Chabner-Thompson Radiological Oncologist Dr. Molly Coye Chief Innovation Officer, UCLA Health Systems Dr. Teo Forcht Dagi Partner HLM Venture Partners Nancy Dube EVP and COO, ICMEC John Figueroa CEO, Omnicare David Gershon Sr. Partner, Gershon Capital Investments Cie and Managing Director, M.M. Dillon

Ittai Harel General Partner, Pitango Venture Capital

Tim Opler Founder and Principal, Torreya Partners

Robert G. Johnson, Jr., M.D., Ph.D. Former CEO, Kosan Biosciences

Ann Murray Paige Author, Journalist, Filmmaker “The Breast Caner Diaries”

Harry Kraemer Executive Partner, Madison Dearborn Former Chairman & CEO, Baxter International

Myrtle Potter Founder, Myrtle Potter & CO and former President & CEO, Genentech

Michael Laznicka CEO, Rapid Pharma David Leichtman Partner, Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi LLP Joe Limber CEO, Prometheus Laboratories Dr. Margaret Liu Vice Chairman, International Vaccine Institute Thomas Loker Author & Retired COO, Ramsell Holding Corporation Siobhan MacDermott Investor Relations and Chief Policy Officer, AVG Technologies CZ Michiel McCarty CEO, M.M. Dillon

Michael Rabson Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Mike Rea CEO, IDEA Pharma Dr. Sarah Samaan Director of the Women’s Cardiovascular Institute, Baylor Heart Hospital – Plano, TX Kathleen Sharp Contributor, New York Times and Author Mark Sirangelo Chairman, Sierra Nevada Space Systems Garen Staglin Co-Chairman & Acting CEO, One Mind for Research Campaign Brian Sullivan CEO, CTPartners

Christopher McFadden Managing Director, Health Evolution Partners

Jeff Swarz, Ph.D. Managing Director, M.M. Dillon

Aaron Ginn Community Development, Simplee

Dr. Greg Maguire CEO, Bio Regenerative Sciences, Inc.

Dr. Francis Waldvogel Chairman, Novartis Venture Fund

Wendy C. Goldstein, J.D. M.P.H. Chair-Health Care and Life Sciences Practices, Epstein Becker & Green

Margaret Molloy CMO Velocidi

Po Chi Wu Adjunct Professor, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology

Todd Grossman Vice President, PR Newswire

Christi O’Connor TV Anchor / Independent


The global leaders 2nd annual healthcare forum | January 10, 2012 | san Francisco, ca

Special thanks to our sponsors DIAMOND

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bronze Gershon Capital & Cie Group50 Consulting Healthy Style Inc. Moo Media

Nivindel, LLC One Mind for Research Synergetics


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LEADERSHIP TEAM Vanessa Alfano Chief Communications and Media Officer valfano@tgleaders.com George Bickerstaff Executive Chairman & Co-Founder gbickerstaff@tgleaders.com Jim Gitney Chief Operating Officer & Co-Founder jim.gitney@tgleaders.com

The Global Leaders is a digital community for CEOs and other senior-level executives in business, government, education and philanthropy. The Global Leaders has 2 million members who have held senior executive leadership positions in companies that drive more than 70 percent of the world’s Gross Domestic Product. Our Healthcare Forum is a product of TGL InPersonTM events, which allow our members to connect and network face-to-face through industry specific conferences, product launches, investor relations seminars or private receptions. TGL’s Event Planning Staff not only coordinates our company

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