Living up to its reputation as the premier business development, investing and networking event for Florida’s bioscience industry, more than 500 business, science and technology leaders are expected to attend the three-day conference, which runs Oct. 23-25 at the Marriot Waterside Hotel & Marina.
This year’s conference program will focus on access to capital, personalized medicine and introducing the latest advancements in biotech. Additional keynote speakers include Walter Moos, Ph.D. of SRI International ; and William Nelson, MD, Ph.D. of Johns Hopkins Medical School.
The conference also features biopartnering.com, an online system that allows registered conference attendees to set up one-to-one meetings and develop new business opportunities before, during and after the conference. In addition, on Oct. 23 the BioFlorida Institute will hold its first-ever statewide career forum.
Onsite registration is $549 for BioFlorida Members, $749 for Nonmembers and $199 for students and post-docs.