Lyonbiopôle: BIO 2013 International Convention – Chicago: BE AHEAD with the 7th Annual Fast -Track R&D Partnering with France

  Lyonbiopôle: BIO 2013 International Convention – Chicago: BE AHEAD with the
  7th Annual Fast -Track R&D Partnering with France (FTRD) on April, 22nd 2013

2013 BIO International Convention

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LYON, France -- April 10, 2013

Lyonbiopôle, worldwide health & biotech competitiveness cluster, focused on
infectious diseases and cancers, invites you to join them on April, 22^nd 2013
from 7.30 am to 2.00 pm at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers to explore net
working opportunities.

The FTRD is a pre – BIO Chicago 2013 satellite event that will enable you to:

  *Explore networking opportunities with over 150 French and international
    biotech companies
  *Discover technological expertise and innovation developed by French SMBs
    (Trophos, Imaxio, Harmonic Pharma…).
  *Learn more about the needs, issues and challenges that Big Pharma
    companies (SANOFI, TAKEDA, REGENERON, BIOMARIN) want to address.

The participation is free of charge and all your partners are welcome.
Registration is open on www.fast-track.fr

                        Lyonbiopôle at BIO Convention

Come and visit Lyonbiopôle’s booth n° 2023 at BIO 2013 exhibition on French
Pavillon, where 19 innovative and biotech French companies located in the
Rhône-Alpes region will be also present : Adocia, Alaxia, Alizée Pharma,
CapEval Pharma, Clininfo, Cynbiose, Erytech Pharma, Eveon, Fab’entech, Imaxio,
ImmunID Technologies, Indicia biothechnologies, Membrane Protein Alliance,
Metabolys, Onco Therapy Science, PX Therapeutics, The CosMo Company, Transcure
Biosciences

About Lyonbiopôle
Accredited as a World Class Competitiveness Cluster in 2005, Lyonbiopole, a
center of excellence for vaccines and diagnostics based in Lyon, focuses on
the fight against human and animal infectious diseases and cancers. It aims to
increase the competitiveness of the healthcare companies and theappeal of the
Rhone-Alpes region territory, namely in the Lyon-Grenoble area. As an
intermediary between the public and private sectors, the cluster works to
encourage collaboration in R&D, to assist in the project building, to seek
funding, to increase strategic and financial partnerships for the economic and
international development of companies, and to provide access to project
hosting facilities and shared technological platforms such as Lyonbiopole’s
Infectious Diseases Center, which opened on 1 April 2009.
www.lyonbiopole.com

Contact:

Lyonbiopôle:
Isabelle Scarabin, Economic and International Affairs Director.
Isabelle.scarabin@lyonbiopole.com
+33 4 72 76 53 30
or
Kevin Romani, International Project Manager.
Kevin.romani@lyonbiopole.com
+33 4 72 76 53 30
 
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