The Changing Political Landscape: How will it impact Life Science Innovation?
Join us as we pull out our crystal ball and explore what may
be in store in 2017 and beyond.
The November elections will be here before we know it. Our closing Plenary Session of the day will
feature a conversation with Nick Magallanes, Director, Federal Government
Relations at the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) in Washington,
Prior to joining BIO, Magallanes has served as
Senior Aide to the House Republican
Conference, was a member of the staff for the House Committee on Energy and
Commerce (Office of Rep. Lee Terry) and also served as a Legislative Aide in
the Office of Sen. Lamar Alexander.
Chairman Alexander currently serves as chairman of the US Senate
Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions.
2018 Arizona Bioscience Pioneer, Dr. Daniel D. Von Hoff
Dr. Michael E. Berens – Arizona Bioscience Leaders of the Year
2018 AZBio Public Service Honoree – Ron Shoopman
2018 Arizona Bioscience educator of the Year – Heather Bimonte-Nelson, PhD
After the Exit
by 2016 White Hat Chair, Dirk Karsten Beth, Founder & CEO Hyalescent
Ventures and Managing Director of US Operations for arivis , this panel
features successful life science entrepreneurs who have reached "the
exit" and will discuss what comes next.
Panelists include: David Mallery, Jock Holliman, and Matthew Likens