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Can Angels Fill the Venture Capital Void in Life Science?

Entrepreneurship Center at UCSF

Tuesday, November 13, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PST)

San Francisco, CA

Can Angels Fill the Venture Capital Void in Life Science?

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ANGELS (May) Industry-Tues 11/13/12 5:30-7pm Helen Diller Cancer Ctr #HD-160/UCSF Mission Bay. Reception hosted by Wells Fargo Bank Ended $20.00 $0.00
ANGELS (May) UC Community-Tues 11/13/12, 5:30-7p Helen Diller Cancer Ctr #HD-160/UCSF Mission Bay. Reception by Wells Fargo Bank. Ended $0.00 $0.00

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Life Science Angels (LSA) Founder and Chairman Allan May will speak about angels vs. venture capital funding for medical device and life science startups.  LSA is the nation's largest angel organization focused solely on early-stage medical device and life-science start-ups, and comprised exclusively of high net worth individuals from the medical device and biotech fields. In 2011, LSA launched the Life Science Angel Network, a consortium of angel groups throughout the US, to increase the syndication and capitalization of highly vetted healthcare startups.

In 2007, Allan joined Dr. Thomas Fogarty, co-founding Emergent Medical Partners, a venture fund focused on early stage medical device company creation and investing. Allan is currently Vice Chair of the Board of the Kauffman Foundation’s Angel Resource Institute (ARI), a nonprofit devoted to promoting and studying angel investing.  In 2012, ARI released the Halo Report, the first detailed data tracking early stage investment by angel groups.

Allan has been founder, Chairman, CEO, or investor in over 50 medtech, biotech, and diagnostic startups.  He moderated the Entrepreneurship Track at the 2011-2012 FutureMed Programs at Singularity University, and is a member of the editorial board of Elsevier Windhover’s In Vivo magazine.  He speaks frequently at universities, conferences and government programs on trends and developments affecting early stage biotech and medtech investing.

A reception hosted by Mr. Jerry Iwata, Vice President of Wells Fargo Bank's Life Sciences Group, will follow Mr. May's presentation. 

This event is cosponsored by Wells Fargo Life Sciences Group and the Entrepreneurship Center of UCSF, Office of Innovation and Technology (ITA).

 

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Helen Diller Cancer Research Bldg-UCSF Mission Bay

1450 3rd St.
San Francisco, CA 94158

Tuesday, November 13, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PST)


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Entrepreneurship Center at UCSF

The Entrepreneurship Center at UCSF provides the knowledge, support and connections needed by scientists and clinicians to become entrepreneurs.  The Center seeks to create an innovation community and commercialize UCSF inventions through startup ventures.  We are a  part of the office of Innovation, Technology, and Alliances.

 

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