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Pitchers and panelists at the #BIW17 Sciences Conference

Join us at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy on Wednesday, Oct. 4. It's happening as a part of Baltimore Innovation Week 2017.

Explore Baltimore Sciences 2016 (Photo by Catherine Sontag)

The final rundown of speakers for the BIW17 Sciences Conference is here!
On Oct. 4, check out the lineup of presenters who will demo their innovative technology (or idea) and then hear from a panel of experts as they join in an informative discussion about their work, the state of the sciences sector in Baltimore and what areas need to be improved.

Hear demo pitches from:

  • Brad Hennessie, NextStep Robotics
  • Shrenik Jain and Ravi Shah, Sunrise Health
  • MedHacks Demos:
    • Muskaan Khosla, Active Bedsore Prevention
    • Hadley VanRenterghem, Maptomize
    • Ali Saad-Eldin, Paper-based Microfluidics

Join an informative conversation with:

Finish with a drink in hand and network with friends old and new!

RSVP Here for FREE!

The BIW17 Sciences Conference is possible because of our sponsors. Big thanks to ETC, Kaiser Permanente, University of Maryland BioPark, Johns Hopkins, Rendia, Baltimore Museum of Art, eMocha, and Gemstone Biotherapeutics.

Companies: Gemstone Biotherapeutics, LLC / Scene Health / University System of Maryland / Johns Hopkins University /

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