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2018/2019 Upcoming Programs (EST)
Virtual Roundtable: Government Relations, Outlook for 2019
December 12, 12-1:30 pm Online
Government policy can be an accelerator of innovation, or a hindrance, impacting progress across the life science discovery and development landscape.
After the midterms, what changes in policy may be on the horizon and how will we best navigate them? Experts from our Advisory Board will update us on state and federal life science policy moving forward, anticipating challenges to prepare for and identifying opportunities to support.
Virtual Roundtable: Educators and Employers, Westchester Certificate Work Session
January 16, 2019, 12-1:30 pm EST
This Roundtable has been activated as a working group to develop a new certificate program. This certificate program will be accompanied by ongoing webinars, educational materials, and events, generating further resources for our student and professional communities.
Virtual Roundtable: Intellectual Property
Issues for Bioinformatics and Health Information Management Entrepreneurs
January 24, 2019, 12-1:30 pm Online
Among the most rapidly growing sub-disciplines in the biotechnology industry are the management and manipulation of data, the creation of code for bioinformatics and personalization of medicine, and the creation of Apps. This Roundtable will explore how this digital innovation and ownership is protected.
Virtual Roundtable: Consortium on Translational Research in the Microbiome
January 25, 2019, 12-1:30 pm Online
Thought leaders will address challenges in DNA extraction, reproducibility, and data analytics.
Looking to 2019, this Roundtable is collaborating for the development of translatable and clinically relevant microbiome research.
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Innovation in Research Symposium III - Spring 2019
Committee Forming Now
"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
For our third cross-border, cross-silo, cross-cultural symposium, you are invited to get involved on the Planning/Partnering Committee, and to propose a talk or panel. We are collaborating across our Roundtable for Researchers, as well as those focused on Translating Data Science, Educators and Employers, and Cluster Development. Send a note or abstract to get started: email@example.com
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