Rare Disease Symposium

July 18, 2018, 8:30-5
Iona College,
Romita Auditorium in Ryan Library
715 North Ave, New Rochelle, NY 10801
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Co-Chairs:
Antonio Molina-Pachon, Ph.D.
Founder and CEO, GenCo Pharma
David Zuckerman, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor of Biology, Iona College

Join researchers, data sciences, and investors to address regional breakthroughs as we launch the Rare Disease Research Hub.

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Thank you to our host, Iona College, and to all of our Partners!

Building the regional Rare Disease Research Hub depends upon the energies, creativity, financial support, and guidance we receive from our Scientific Advisory Board, Advisory board, Community Partners, and Alliances. To learn more: info@westchesterbiotechproject.org

Special thanks to our Roundtable: Building the Biotech Cluster.

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About Us: The Westchester Biotech Project brings together researchers, engineers, and data scientists from across therapeutics, diagnostics, and devices. Based in the Westchester County, NY region, this is a borderless initiative with opportunities for local, national, and international collaboration. 

Actions in the works include the Rare Disease Hub, dynamic asset mapping, and a report on regional capabilities for clinical research.

Reach out to get involved! info@westchesterbiotechproject.org


Innovation in Research 2018

June 12, 2018, Purchase College, SUNY
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This was a powerful gathering of thought leaders from across the region and beyond. Watch for updates! Click for Lohud Article

"Bringing together scientists, engineers, and clinicians from many companies and institutions is the best way to stimulate future research collaborations." 
Dr. Carla Romney, Fordham University

 gathering of thought leaders in research, engineering, data science, and cluster development- Innovation in Research 2018 Above, Neil Deluca of fareri associates

gathering of thought leaders in research, engineering, data science, and cluster development- Innovation in Research 2018 Above, Neil Deluca of fareri associates

It was my pleasure to meet you at Innovation in Research 2018. It was such an Awesome and Dynamic experience! It was tremendously engaging and I gained great insight into all of the innovative initiatives taking place within biomedical sciences for the future.

The information that I gathered will be shared throughout our medical and health careers department with my colleagues. I established excellent contacts and met esteemed scholars and educators who I will keep in touch with. Thank you for sharing the invitation to participate in the Roundtable: Educators and Employers meetings as well. I look forward to them.

You just keep doing what you’re doing because it is making all the difference educating everyone through all of the extraordinary changes in science and innovative leadership in science. I am very glad I could attend and I would love to continue our collaborations in the future.
— Glenetta Phillips, Center for Applied Learning, Westchester Community College
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