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The Bioscience Network Presents:
Latest Frontiers in Research Methods.
Date & Location
January 16, 2014
The Broad Institute
5 Cambridge Center, Cambridge,MA
The Life Sciences industry is constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation to achieve transformational breakthroughs in technology and medicine. Not only what is being studied, but the way that research is carried out today is very different from just a few years ago.
Our January 16, 2014 event will focus on exciting research innovations - new technologies and new approaches to research. Organs on chips, nanopharmaceutical delivery systems, advanced drug antibody conjugates, and asymmetric network models for drug discovery are just few of the exciting new developments.
What will these new innovations mean for the industry, patients, and you? How will you keep up with new developments? Come hear thought leaders on the cutting edge of tomorrow's research methods at The Bioscience Network's Latest Frontiers in Research Methods.
5:30-6:30pm: Cocktails, Hors d'oeuvres and Networking
6:30-8:00pm: Panel Discussion
Patrick Waller, PhD - Patent Attorney, Wolf Greenfield
- Geraldine Hamilton, PhD – Advanced Technology Team, Wyss Institute, Harvard Medical School
- Mike Serrano-Wu, PhD - Senior Leader of the Therapeutics Projects Group (TPG) at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard.
- Craig Sorensen, PhD - Vice President, R&D Alliance Design and Management, Vertex Pharmaceuticals
- Martin Latterich, PhD - Chief Scientific Officer, BioScale Inc.
The Bioscience Network (TBN)
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