Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Building Biotech Bridges Conference

Co-hosted by: Biotechnology Institute and MdBio Foundation, Inc.

November 17, 2009 - 8:30am-4:15pm
Naval Heritage Center - 701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW - Washington, DC

Early bird rates apply until Nov. 5!
A comprehensive look at how the biotechnology and education communities work together at the local, state, and national level to address science education and workforce development. Attendees will learn how to develop and enhance partnerships between the biotechnology and education communities.

WHO Should Attend? The conference will be a premier professional development and networking opportunity for:
• Biotechnology professionals in community relations, communications, government relations, or human resources who want to develop or enhance their science education support initiatives in order to advance their company's strategic objectives
• Educators and education administrators looking to establish or better leverage partnerships with industry in order to advance their education agenda
• Nonprofit professionals who want to become integral to developing partnerships among the industry and education communities
Keynote speaker: Rep. Vernon J. Ehlers
• Other speakers include: Thomas F. Bumol (Applied Molecular Evolution, 
Eli Lilly and Company), Christy Shaffer (Inspire Pharmaceuticals), Henry Darnell (Genzyme Corp.), Tara Hiltke (Program Manager, National Cancer Institute), Liz Huntley (MedImmune), and Lynn Johnson Langer (Johns Hopkins University)

Register now at
Early bird rates apply until Nov. 5!

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