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Blacks & Healthcare

National Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Association

Monday, June 15, 2015 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

Philadelphia, PA

Blacks & Healthcare

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Blacks & Healthcare

 


1) National Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Association (NBPA) will be co-leading the 
"Blacks & Healthcare: Building the Future" symposium on June 15, 2015 in downtown Philadelphia, PA from 2pm-5pm. In order to create efficiencies and synergies for attendees, our event will be taking place during the giant annual BIO event.


2) The NBPA symposium connects leading biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and healthcare executives, entrepreneurs, investors, policymakers, researchers, scientists, technologists, and academics. We are the world’s preeminent annual conference focused specifically on mutually beneficial collaborations among Black and African-American leaders in the biotechnology, medical device, and pharmaceutical sectors in the US and globally. 


3) Our event is diverse and inclusive, so all are welcome to attend.

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Philadelphia, PA

Monday, June 15, 2015 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)


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National Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Association

The National Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Association (NBPA) is a national, independent, non-profit professional membership organization for African-Americans and Blacks in the biopharmaceutical and device/diagnostic industries. Our Vision is to become recognized as the world’s leading advocate, voice, and core connector for African-Americans and Blacks in life sciences industries, including the biomedical, biotechnology, medical device, nanotechnology, and pharmaceutical sectors. Our Mission is to promote deeper and broader professional contact, communication, and resource exchange among African-Americans and Blacks in the life sciences ecosystem, including executives, entrepreneurs, investors, payers, academics, physicians, researchers, scientists, policy makers, and service professionals.

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