San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Alexis Borisy – Partner, Third Rock Ventures http://www.thirdrockventures.com/team_partners.php
Iya Khalil, PhD - Co-Founder and executive Vice President , GNS Healthcare http://www.gnshealthcare.com/leadership-team/
Magali Haas, MD, PhD, MSE - Founder CEO, Orion Bionetworks http://www.orionbionetworks.org/about_us/executive_leadership/executive_team/
Leonard Lee, Industry Portfolio Manager, IBM healthcare
Watson Demos will be available!
MassBio launched the Greater Boston chapter of the Society for Physician Entrepreneurs (SoPE) in 2013. MassBio, the state’s life sciences trade association, and SoPE share the common goal of accelerating healthcare innovation. For more information about the Greater Boston chapter of SoPE, contact John Hallinan, Chief Business Officer of MassBio, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Harvard Business School Healthcare Alumni Association
The Harvard Business School Healthcare Alumni Association (HBSHAA) exists to promote interaction and communication among HBS alumni involved in all sectors of the worldwide healthcare industry to aid in their professional development and continuing education. The Association strives to play an active role in positioning HBS and its alumni to achieve a leadership position in the management of healthcare and life sciences organizations. For additional information, visit http://www.hbshealthalumni.org/index.html
The Society of Physician Entrepreneurs (SoPE) is a physician-led, non-profit member organization that provides education, networking and services, including access to funding, to assist entrepreneurs in commercializing their ventures. SoPE promotes a better understanding of the process involved in the introduction of new healthcare-related products and services, and identifies ways to improve and accelerate the process of innovation and commercialization. Membership is open to physicians and other healthcare providers. For additional information, visit www.SoPEnet.org or connect with us on LinkedIn.
HBS Association of Boston
The mission of HBSAB is to foster a community for HBS alumni living in the Boston area. It endeavors to strengthen alumni ties to HBS, foster goodwill and community service, promote learning, and professional networking and career development among members in an inclusive environment based on integrity and excellence advancing the School’s goal to develop leaders who make a difference in the world. For additional information: http://www.hbsab.org
About HBSAB Healthcare SIG
The HBSAB Healthcare SIG brings together members of HBSAB and HBS Healthcare Alumni Association (HBSHAA) seeking to network, engage in stimulating discussion, and deepen their knowledge about healthcare issues. For additional information: http://www.hbsab.org/article.html?aid=569
When & Where
The Massachusetts Biotechnology Council is an association of more than 650 biotechnology companies, universities, academic institutions and others dedicated to advancing cutting edge research. We are the leading advocate for the Bay State's world premier life sciences cluster.
We drive innovation by creating a forum for the biotechnology community to come together, educating the public and policy makers, influencing public policy and advancing the economic interests of individual companies, as well as the sector as a whole.
Learn more at www.MassBio.org.