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Indiana as Life Sciences Hub in '23: What Will It Take?

Indianapolis


The first of four conferences in the 2013-14 Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Series

The Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series, presented by the IU Kelley School of Business’ Center for the Business of Life Sciences since 2006, provides a forum for various players in healthcare and life sciences to consider, discuss, and debate key business strategy issues. The forum brings together key individuals from industry, academia, government, and economic development communities. Join us in helping advance business solutions in the life sciences field.

 

Conference 1
"Indiana as a Life Sciences Hub in 2023 - What Will It Take?"

Indiana is considered one of the top five life sciences hubs in the country and there are a number of other locations aspiring to join that select group. What combination(s) of talent, infrastructure, investments and government policies will be needed for Indiana to remain as one of the major hubs ten years from now? Industry executives, economic developers and political leaders will weigh in with their opinions on the topic.

For more information or to register, visit http://kelley.iu.edu/CBLS/conferences/page41284.html.

Date & City: Friday, September 6, 2013   -  Indianapolis
Location: IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Address: 530 W. New York Street
Hosted By: Kelley School of Business Center for the Business of Life Sciences