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Capitalizing on Life Sciences In Ontario

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Capitalizing on Life Sciences In Ontario

Time: December 13, 2012 all day
Location: MaRS Centre
Street: 101 College Street
City/Town: Toronto
Website or Map: http://www.lifesciencesontari…
Phone: 416 426 7011
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Sue Munro
Latest Activity: Oct 18, 2012

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Capitalizing on Life Sciences In Ontario

Join thought leaders from across Ontario’s life sciences sector to explore the challenges facing the industry and the opportunities on the horizon. From academic research to the commercialization of new technologies, from CEOs sharing best practices to emerging areas of convergence; join us as we explore how to capitalize on Ontario’s vibrant and diverse life sciences sector.

• Life Sciences in Troubled Economic Times
• Life Sciences CEO Leadership & Development, Succession Planning
• Hallmarks in Ontario for Successful R&D partnerships from a business perspective 
• IT, Life Sciences and Commercialization
• Opportunities for the Ontario Economy – Agriculture, Health, Bioeconomy, Pharma, Food, Forestry

• Nancy Tout, Head R&D Syngenta
• William Rowe, CEO, Nutrasource
• Paul Lirette, CEO, GlaxoSmitheKline
• John MacRitchie, Regional Director, Central Ontario, Ontario Centres of Excellence
• Steve Peters, Executive Director, Alliance of Ontario Food Processors
• Peter Pekos, CEO, Dalton Pharma
• Greg Hines, CEO, ArcticDx

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