I will be attending the BIO Mid-America VentureForum on September 26-27 in Cleveland, OH. The VentureForum, co-hosted by Omeris, is the Midwest’s largest annual event for bioscience and medical device product and platform companies from across the country. Approximately 75 companies seeking seed, early-and late-stage funding will make presentations.

If you will be attending the VentureForum and would like to meet, just drop me a line. I’d love to have the opportunity to chat over coffee with anyone.

E-Mail Me: email Stephen Albainy-Jenei

Speakers at the conference include:

Ohio Governor Bob Taft
Mark Collar, President Global Pharmaceuticals & Personal Health, The Procter & Gamble Company
John Huston, Founding Member, Ohio Tech Angel Fund
Peter Kleinhenz, Managing Director, CID Capital
Gil Van Bokkelen, Ph.D., Chairman & CEO, Athersys
John Rice Ph.D., Managing Partner, Triathlon Medical Ventures
Lynn Allen, President, Capital Innovations, Inc.
Alfred Brown Ph.D., President, BCM Technologies
Thomas Bradshaw, President and CEO, Ricerca Biosciences
Joseph Hahn, M.D., Chief of Staff, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Donald Harrison, M.D., Managing Director, Charter Life Sciences
Fred Rothstein, M. D., President and CEO, University Hospitals
Patrick McBrayer, President and CEO, AxioMed Spine Corporation
Walter Plosila, Ph.D., VP, Technology Partnership, Battelle Memorial Institute

Tech entrepreneurs in Cleveland should check out FastTrac Tech, a two-phase, multi-session, hands-on program where you will use your business as a case study, giving you the opportunity to put proven business practices to work.

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