Annual Oregon Bioscience conference coming in September; submit abstracts by Aug. 14

Oregon Bioscience conferenceThe Oregon Bioscience Association‘s 2015 annual conference is just around the corner, and poster abstracts submissions are being accepted through Friday, Aug. 14.

The poster session is a great opportunity for academic researchers and start-up companies to share their research innovations and obtain valuable feedback from local industry leaders, biotech executives, investors, and other conference attendees. The poster session and other conference events also provide a valuable forum for networking, establishing new collaborations and partnerships, and for learning about exciting developments within the Northwest bioscience community.

The abstract submission deadline is Friday, Aug. 14.

Who should submit a poster abstract?
Abstracts for Posters from both academic researchers and bioscience companies in Oregon are encouraged. Students and postdocs who present posters at the conference will be granted free registration to Conference Day One. All posters will be eligible for outstanding poster awards within their respective category.

Please submit your abstract by Friday, Aug. 14. Poster space is limited. You will be notified if your poster was accepted for presentation.

About the conference
The Oregon Bioscience Association 2015 annual conference: Expanding the ecosystem
Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 9 and 10, 2015

Conference Day One held at the Collaborative Life Sciences Building, 2730 S.W. Moody Ave., in Portland
Conference Day Two held at Marylhurst University, 17600 Pacific Highway (Hwy. 43), south of Portland

Get the conference schedule here.
Register now.

Questions? Please contact Mike Matrone at matrone@ohsu.edu or Sarah Biber at sbiber@otradi.org.

 

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