The life sciences industry is transitioning. Whereas biopharmaceuticals and medical devices will continue to play a significant role, other technologies such as ICT, wireless, nanotech and digital are of growing importance to the sector. From mobile applications that enhance patient independence via remote monitoring to companion diagnostics that will provide some insight as to how an individual will respond to a particular treatment regime, it is apparent that a variety of technologies are transcending traditional boundaries much to the benefit and well-being of the global community. LifeSciences BC is leading he way in bringing these groups together, and we want you to join us in this effort.
The Faces of Innovation is a celebration of 15 years of the LifeSciences British Columbia Awards, recognizing the leaders in our community who have transformed the life sciences sector as we know it while looking towards the leaders of tomorrow who will set the stage for the next 15 years of growth and success.
Call for nominations:
We invite all members of B.C.’s life sciences community to nominate individuals or companies for the 2013 LifeSciences British Columbia Awards. LifeSciences BC proudly hosts this annual event which has become the premier celebration for the life sciences community each year. Please submit a nomination and join us on April 4, 2013 to celebrate The Faces of Innovation.
The Annual LifeSciences British Columbia Awards are proudly presented by:
Rx&D, Canada's Research-based Pharmaceutical Companies
Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP
Genome British Columbia
Business in Vancouver Magazines
For more information, please contact:
Manager, Programs and Outreach
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Vancouver Convention Centre
1055 Canada Place
LifeSciences BC is a not-for-profit industry association with a mission to build a world-class life sciences community in British Columbia that contributes to the economic and societal wellbeing of the Province through a collaborative effort between industry, academia and government. LifeSciences BC works to broaden the representation of B.C.'s converging "bio" community by building a forum for complementary technologies, and supporting the Province's life sciences industry through advocacy, facilitation and promotion.