Below please find links to videos of webinars from Kinexum members and honored guest speakers:

Catalyzing the Transition from Bench to Bedside: Early Partnering with Patient Organizations - Featuring James Valentine and Larry Bauer. To view the slide presentation, click Here.

China: Reshaping the Global Clinical Development Landscape - Featuring George Baeder, SVP, Strategy and Business Development, dMed Biopharmaceuticals. To view the slide presentation, click Here.

Precision Medicine Approach to Cancer Care and Prevention - by Drs. Brian Leyland-Jones and Jeff Bockman. To view the slide presentation, click here.

Targeting Metabesity: Prospects and Pathways for Extending Healthy Lifespan and Saving Trillions - by Dr. Nir Barzilai, Joseph Cook and Dr. Alexander Fleming. To view the slide presentation, click Here.

Prevention of T2DM - by Dr. Ralph LaFronzo. To view the slides for the presentation, please click here.

PTSD - Associated Pathologies in the World of 2018 - 12.14.2018 Thomas Hedberg, MSc, Ph.D., Executive Director International Medical Crisis Response Alliance, on causes, effects and treatment failure of PTSD

Using Metformin to Target Aging - 10.26.2018 Dr. Kritchevsky, Sticht Center for Healthy Aging and Alzheimer’s Prevention Wake Forest School of Medicine and Dr. Barzilai, Albert Einstein College of Medicine 

An Inside View of the European Regulatory Framework: Cooperation Works - 07.13.2018 Prof. Bart Van der Schueren, University of Leuven, Belgian Representative on EMA

Opportunities for the Development and Approval of Regenerative Medical Products in Japan - 06.08.2018 Rob Claar, CEO of HekaBio K.K.

Targeting Metabolism to Attack Obesity, NASH, CVD and Aging Itself - 05.11.2018 Dr. Zemel, Chief scientific Officer, Nusirt Biopharma.

From Big Hammers toLasers: Lessons being learned from targeting the immune system to reverse or prevent disease - 03.23.2018 Dr. Larry Steinman, Professor of Neurology, Neurological Sciences and Pediatrics, stanford University, as interviewed by Dr. Zan Fleming