Posts Tagged ‘South Florida Medical Device Alliance’

Posted:

17th May
2013
written by Lori Burke

Always wondered what was inside MAKO Surgical?

Join us for great speakers, a tour of MAKO Surgical Corp., bagels & coffee, and networking too!

It’s our last Saturday Exchange until the fall...and here is our fantastic speaker lineup:

*Jamie M. Grooms, Chief Executive Officer, Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research

*Converge Biotech, Inc.
Paul Latta, CEO and Antonello Pileggi, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Surgery, Microbiology & Immunology, and Biomedical Engineering, UM Diabetes Research Institute

*Eco Neurologics, Inc.
Kenneth Dawson-Scully, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Florida Atlantic University

*”Novel Cell Culture for Individualized Oncology”
Tan Ince, MD, PhD, Director, Tumor Stem Cell Division, UM Interdisciplinary Stem Cell Institute

Click here to learn more and register.

The Saturday Exchange
Saturday, June 15, 2013
9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
MAKO Surgical Corp.
2555 SW 64th Ave. | Fort Lauderdale, FL 33317

Questions?
Contact Lori Burke at lburke@strategionconsulting.com

South Florida Medical Alliance & BioFlorida

Posted:

8th March
2013
written by Lori Burke

Tomorrow – Saturday Exchange – March 9, 2013.

This is THE place to explore life sciences in South Florida and network with leaders in the medical device, biomedical engineering, and related fields.

This Saturday morning we will have the pleasure of listening to Dr. Maurice Ferre and Vanessa Scagliati from MAKO Surgical as well as Dr. Ranu Jung and Dr. Anu Godavarty from the Biomedical Engineering Department at FIU.

Think about it…excellent speakers, great networking, breakfast, and NO TRAFFIC!

For details and registration, THE SATURDAY EXCHANGE _ MARCH 9 2013 _ FIU _ MIAMI pdf – Adobe Acrobat

The Saturday Exchange is a reprise of the successful Biomed Exchange meeting, held for many years during the 1980-90′s. Well over 100 life science professionals gathered in Miami on a Saturday morning each month to learn about various aspects of our community’s growing life sciences cluster. Today, we are excited to rebuild part of the community into the next century at the beautiful FIU campus.

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