BioOhio, Ohio’s bioscience membership organization, is excited to host several events in the remainder of 2015:
Since 1988, BioOhio has hosted an annual conference to spotlight trends in Ohio’s growing bioscience industry. This event offers content from dynamic speakers and excellent networking. BioOhio brings Ohio’s bioscience community together to explore new opportunities and discoveries in research, tech licensing, financing, business development, partnerships, workforce & education, regulatory, advocacy and membership benefits. The BioOhio Annual Conference will take place Monday, October 26 at the Global Center for Health Innovation in partnership with the Cleveland Clinic Innovation Summit, which this year focuses on neuroscience, and the Cavendish Global Impact Summit. Attending one of these events gets you discounted registration to the others! Click here for all details, including agenda, sponsorship opportunities, and to register.
The Women in Bioscience Conference is an inaugural event for BioOhio, and will feature speakers covering topics such as career paths, mentoring, networking, communication strategies, success stories, and an enlightening lunch speaker. The goal is to highlight numerous bioscience career options, for scientific and non-scientific jobs, along with practical concepts to advance women in the bioscience industry. BioOhio has worked with a national planning committee of industry experts to help form the agenda and identify speakers. This exciting event will take place Wednesday, December 9 in Columbus. Click here for all details, including agenda, sponsorship opportunities, and to register.
BioOhio and Regulatory and Quality Solutions (R&Q) are hosting the fourth in a series of medical device “Regulatory 101” events. This session will be held Friday, November 6 at Community Tissue Services in Dayton, and the spotlight topic will be Unique Device Identification (w/Medical Device Manufacturing Overview). Each session of the Regulatory 101 Series will cover a spotlight topic along with basic regulatory and quality principles. This cost-effective series is geared toward small and start-up companies, junior regulatory and quality staff, medical device development and manufacturing staff, or even seasoned regulatory and quality professionals wishing to brush up on current trends and expectations. View event details here.