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September 20, 2015 | Tom Ballard

Life Science TN annual conference starts next Monday in Nashville

LifeSciTN 2015 Conference(EDITOR’S NOTE: The following information was provided by Life Science Tennessee President Steve Bares.)

It is an extremely exciting time to be a part of the life science industry in our state, and to be a part of Life Science Tennessee. We’ll gather in Nashville at the Life Science Tennessee Annual Conference and Venture Forum Sept 28 – 30 at the Doubletree Hotel to discuss industry topics and talk about recent developments. To name a few:

  • Numerous Tennessee-bred life science therapies and products have received FDA approval in the past 12 months.
  • Several outstanding state and federal programs and initiatives that will benefit our industry and our subsectors have been announced including Agricultural Technology, Biologics, Pharmaceuticals and Research.
  • Tennessee has several very promising therapies and products from our research institutions. We look for some of these to be instrumental in shaping our industry across the globe.

Life Science Tennessee members are heavily involved in much of this activity and we are writing to seek your engagement in our organization. If you and your colleagues are not already registered to attend our Annual Conference and Venture Forum you should register today. It is at this conference that we will network and discuss in detail many of the key activities and opportunities mentioned above.

We look forward to serving you and working together to continue to expand opportunities for our industry in Tennessee. Please affirm your commitment by registering and joining us later this month. You can register online at or by calling our office at 615-242-8856.

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