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2020 Life Sciences Venture Summit, Part Two

November 5, 2020 at 2:00pm3:30pm
Online Webinar

We are happy to be sponsoring Maine Center for Entrepreneurs' 2020 Life Sciences Venture Summit. Join for its second of three parts to learn how Maine’s entrepreneurial ecosystem supports Maine startups that have created innovative clinical solutions, and what additional steps we need to take to foster and grow more life sciences companies like them. The session will be highly interactive so you will be able to participate and ask questions.

Moderator: Judy Sproule, Director of Strategic Initiatives, MDI Biological Laboratory

Speakers:

  • Magdalena Blaszkiewicz & Kristy Townsend, Neuright, Inc.
  • Peter Brooks & Bernd Seizinger, CryptoMedix, Inc.
  • Mike Kagan, Coagulation Sciences, Inc.
  • Heidi Morin, In Situ Innovations

The Zoom link for this session will be emailed to you prior to the event.

For more information or to register, click here.

The last part will be held on December 3. For more information on the last part of the series, click here.

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