BioForward Continues Wisconsin Outreach Acclaimed Biotech Professionals to Speak at Bioscience Vision Summit Business Wire MADISON, Wis. -- June 18, 2013 Wisconsin biotech advocacy organization, BioForward, has announced that its 2013 Bioscience Vision Summit, scheduled for September 18, 2013 at the Monona Terrace Convention Center will feature three prominent industry professionals as speakers for the event. Set to provide keynote addresses are Promega founder, CEO and original BioForward founder William Linton, founding partner and Chief Investment Officer of Poliwogg, Dr. Samuel Wertheimer, and former Senior VP and President of Life Sciences and Technology at PerkinElmer Inc., Kevin Hrusovsky. BioForward Executive Director Bryan Renk describes this group of speakers as “A high-quality line-up set to initiate a thought-provoking conversation about the current trends and growing opportunities within the life sciences.” The Annual Bioscience Vision Summit is an insightful, day-long program that provides attendees with information and perspectives to better understand the rapidly changing bioscience sectors and make industry connections. We are anticipating over 500 attendees that will include researchers, specialists, scientists, CEOs and business development professionals. BioForward also celebrates its 25^th anniversary this year as a state association. To register, or for more information on the 2013 Bioscience Vision Summit, visit www.bioforward.org. About BioForward—BioForward is the independent, member-driven state association that is the voice of Wisconsin’s bioscience industry. We focus on making innovation happen: helping our members find partners and funding, advocating for public policy that fosters innovation and growth, offering group purchasing discounts, and providing tools for recruiting and developing talent. Contact: BioForward Brian Moeller, (608) 236-4693 firstname.lastname@example.org www.biofoward.org
BioForward Continues Wisconsin Outreach
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