Posts Tagged ‘keynote’

Who’s presenting at Research Week 2016? Announcing this year’s keynotes

Another Research Week is on the horizon, and with it comes another round of engaging keynote speakers! Starting off the week will be student’s choice keynote presenter Laurie A. Boyer, Ph.D., Irvin and Helen Sizer Career Development Associate Professor of Biology at MIT. Her talk, “Mending a broken heart,” will focus on recent efforts to dissect the transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms that control cell fate decisions during mammalian heart development and how faulty regulation of these … Read More

INVENT Seminar Series: Kick-off with Dr. Albert Starr and Dr. Richard Wampler keynote, Jan. 7

Are you ready or interested in joining the next league of biomedical inventors and entrepreneurs? If so, please join us for INVENT, an educational program on bioscience innovation and entrepreneurship. Two keynote presentations and a series of weekly seminars will provide information on translating and commercializing discoveries in the health and life sciences. Attendance is free, and medical students, grad students, post-doc fellows, faculty, and members of the bioscience community are all encouraged to attend. … Read More

Meet the keynote speakers for OHSU Research Week 2013

Opening Keynote: Mace Rothenberg, M.D. Tuesday, May 21, 2013, 12 to 1 p.m. OHSU Auditorium *Free boxed lunch available to the first 125 attendees Title: “Industry-academia collaboration:  Developing novel therapeutics in oncology based on new genetic insights” Mace L. Rothenberg, M.D., senior vice president of clinical development and medical affairs at Pfizer, will lead us in a conversation about the growing importance of industry-academia collaboration for discovery and drug development, using examples stemming from novel … Read More

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