[IEEE-bhpjobs] Fwd: Dec 10 Biotech Forum: Forming Key Partnerships
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From: CED's Biotech Forum <mailer at cednc.org>
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2007 19:45:01 UT
Subject: Forming Key Partnerships: Dec 10 Biotech Forum
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Biotech Forum: Partnering
Date: Monday, December 10, 2007
Time: 4:30-5:30 p.m. - Special Pre-Forum Session 5:00-5:30 p.m. -
On-site Registration; 5:00-8:00 p.m. – Forum and Networking Session
Location: North Carolina Biotechnology Center, Research Triangle
Park, N.C. - Directions
Register: $25 CED and NCBIO Members ($25 on-site) / $40 Non-members
($45 on-site) - www.cednc.org/btforum
Join the premier entrepreneurial community at CED's December 10th
Biotech Forum and learn how and why large pharmaceutical and biotech
companies form partnerships. Walk away with a better understanding on
how to build a partnering strategy for your company.
Business development executives will discuss and debate partnering
trends and issues faced by the pharmaceutical and biotechnology
industries using local success stories as case studies.
Speakers Include (partial list):
MODERATOR: Eric Nelson, Ph.D., Vice President of Business Development
and Licensing, Tranzyme Pharma
Paul Boucher, Director of Operations, Parion Sciences, Inc.
Sean McCarthy, Principal, Pappas Ventures
Prior to the panel discussion, early-stage entrepreneurs are invited
to attend a pre-forum session at 4:30pm led by business development
professional, Eric Nelson, Ph.D. to discuss the past, present and
future trends of partnering and the industries related.
The December Biotech Forum is sponsored by Kennedy Covington Lobdell &
Hickman, LLP and Stat-Tech Services, LLC. Click here to register for
this program or any upcoming Biotech Forum.
Biotech Forum Sponsor opportunities are available. For more
information, contact Jessica Hegele at jhegele at cednc.org.
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