MaRS Future of Medicine Series - October 3
Wednesday, October 3, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EDT)
* Please be adviced, this event has been cancelled.
The monthly MaRS Future of Medicine Series is a vibrant forum for sharing experiences and best practices relating to drug and device development. Each event consists of a 30 minute presentation followed by an opportunity for interactive discussion.
Since 2006, the MaRS Future of Medicine Series has covered a wide range of important topics ranging all the way from structure-based drug discovery to reimbursement.
MaRS Future of Medicine Series is a must-attend event for anyone engaged in translational research or commercial development within the life sciences.
Speaker details forthcoming stay tuned!
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When & Where
MaRS Discovery District, Social Innovation Generation & Ashoka Canada present
MaRS (www.marsdd.com) is a large scale, mission driven innovation centre located in Toronto and networked across Ontario, focused on building Canada’s next generation of technology companies.
MaRS works closely with entrepreneurs to grow and scale their ventures into global market leaders in life sciences and health care, information, communications and entertainment technologies, cleantech, advanced materials and engineering, as well as innovative social purpose businesses.
Social Innovation Generation (SiG) (www.sigeneration.ca) is a collaborative partnership founded by The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation, the University of Waterloo, the MaRS Discovery District, and the PLAN Institute. Our ultimate goal is to support whole system change through changing the broader economic, cultural and policy context in Canada to allow social innovations to flourish.
Ashoka (canada.ashoka.org) is the global association of the world’s leading social entrepreneurs – individuals with system-changing solutions for the world’s most urgent social problems. Ashoka is redefining the global citizen sector by creating a system of collaborative entrepreneurship. Connecting the work of individual social entrepreneurs to business, academic and public sector partners, they create a network effect driving the sector forward and developing new solutions to global problems.