What will it take to transform Indiana into a life sciences hub 10 years from now? The aptly named conference “Indiana as a Life Sciences Hub in 2023 – What will it Take?” will address this question by bringing in several prominent speakers, including Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann. Registration is open for the conference, which is Sept. 6 on the IUPUI campus.
A morning panel will touch on the resources needed for Indiana to strengthen its life sciences industry, while an afternoon panel will discuss policy issues affecting the industry. A luncheon keynote will touch on what other hubs are doing to remain competitive.
Additional speakers and panelists include Anantha Shekhar, dean of translational research at the Indiana University School of Medicine and director of the Indiana Clinical Translational Sciences Institute; Richard DiMarchi, the Standiford H. Cox Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Linda & Jack Gill Chair in Biomolecular Sciences at Indiana University; and keynote speaker Simon Tripp, senior director of the Technology Partnership Practice at the Battelle Memorial Institute.
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