Technical Tuesday: Combatting Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals: The Role of Blockchain Technology in Enhancing Drug Supply Chain Security

26 Mar 2024
5.30-6.30pm SGT | Online


In the relentless fight against the scourge of counterfeit pharmaceuticals, blockchain technology stands at the forefront, heralding a new era of security within the drug supply chain. This innovative technology, characterized by its decentralization, transparency, and immutability, presents an unprecedented opportunity to trace and verify the legitimacy of pharmaceutical products from their origin to the end consumer.

Let's explore the transformative potential of blockchain in eradicating the circulation of counterfeit drugs, enhancing operational efficiencies, and fortifying the pharmaceutical industry's integrity. 
Led by:

Sahyog SISODIA, CAPEX Projects Manager, Lonza Biologics, Singapore
With over 15 years of experience in engineering, procurement, and construction management (EPCM), Sahyog is a seasoned leader in innovation and digital solutions for advanced technology facilities in the semiconductor and life sciences industries. He has successfully led and delivered complex, multi-million-dollar projects across Southeast Asia, leveraging expertise in product and innovation roadmaps, strategic planning, continuous improvement, budgeting, and program management.

As the former Head of Innovation and Digital Solutions at Exyte, a global leader in EPCM, Sahyog championed strategic innovation roadmaps and deployed digital solutions to drive sustainable change and achieve commercial excellence. He also led cross-functional teams to develop and implement technology projects, such as Digital Tool Install and Smart-Fab, that capitalized on 7-D BIM, laser scanning, smart engineering, and AI. His passion is to solve challenging problems and create value for clients and stakeholders, while anticipating and preparing for the future of the industry.