On May 8, Attend, Network, and Get the Inside Scoop from C-Level Pros on How You Can be Part of the Exploding Life Science- Health Tech Sector
At the Westchester County Association’s upcoming conference, Health Tech ’14: Fueling Innovation in Westchester, you will have an unparalleled chance to hear nationally-renowned speakers, as well as leaders of Westchester’s fastest growing biotechnology, pharma, and R&D companies highlight exciting breakthroughs and opportunities. All will be revealed during the showcase panel discussion, “Re-imagining Healthcare: Fueling Innovation in Westchester and Beyond,” when speakers discuss the newest therapeutics, research, medical treatments, rehabilitation, and product development.
“For anyone, whether in business, professional services, or in health tech, biotech, medtech, and healthcare, it’s a chance to hear insights from leaders in innovation, and to meet people across these industries for brainstorming, strategizing, and networking,” said Marissa Brett, executive director of the WCAs BLUEPRINT for Westchester, the host organization for Health Tech ’14.
A keynote address by Brian Kolonick, theCleveland Clinic's Director of Healthcare Innovation Alliances, is followed by an early morning panel discussion featuring Dr. Nezih Cereb, CEO & co-founder, Histogenetics; John Eldridge, Ph.D., chief scientific officer, Profectus BioSciences; David Putrino, director of telemedicine and virtual rehabilitation, Burke Medical Research Institute; Neil Stahl, Ph.D., senior vice president, research and development sciences, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals; and Daniel Couto, senior vice president of manufacturing and operations, ContraFect, and moderated by Alan Kadish, president, New York Medical College, will get the ball rolling.
That’s followed by technology transfer, mobile apps, IBM Watson, and more.
“Health Tech 14: Fueling Innovation in Westchester” features 30 experts in healthcare, biotechnology, medical technology, technology transfer, law, finance, and funding who will share their experience and insights. The conference gives you a chance to get up close and personal with some of the most innovative companies today. Tickets are: Day One only: $225; full conference $425.