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Do health and science startups have a future here? This #PTW16 panel has answers

Come out to the Public Health Management Corporation on Monday, May 2 to hear a panel of experts discuss Philadelphia's Health and Sciences Future.

Join us for a panel on the growth of Philadelphia's health and science sector. (Stethoscope on circuit boards via Shutterstock)

This year, during Philly Tech Week 2016 presented by Comcast, we’re bringing the region’s thriving life sciences industry into the fold.
What comes next in efforts to brand and develop Philadelphia’s reputation as a global leader in health IT and scientific research? Come out to the Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) on Monday, May 2 at 3 p.m. to hear a panel of experts discuss Philadelphia’s Health and Sciences Future.
Register (free)
The panel, which will be moderated by Technical.ly Editor-in-Chief Zack Seward, features:

Want more #PTW16 Civic events? Apply to attend our invite-only Health and Sciences Roundtable or come out to our free Tech Town Hall with Mayor Jim Kenney.

Companies: Biomeme / Ben Franklin Technology Partners / Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia / Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia / University of Pennsylvania / Technical.ly
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