Registration Now Open – Medical, Biomedical & Biodefense: Support to the Warfighter Symposium (June 14 – Chapel Hill, NC)
The Offices of United States Senator Richard Burr and United States Senator Thom Tillis, the North Carolina Military Business Center, the North Carolina Biotechnology Center and the University of North Carolina are pleased to host the Medical, Biomedical & Biodefense: Support to the Warfighter Symposium on June 14 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
WHEN. June 14, 2017
WHERE. University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
The Friday Conference Center
100 Friday Center Drive
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599
Medical Support to the Warfighter, will connect businesses in North Carolina with military and other federal agencies that require or purchase medical supplies, equipment, devices, pharmaceuticals, medical information technology and medical services. Representatives from the Departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs and Health and Human Services, their prime vendors and major contractors – from national commands and from bases, commands and facilities in North Carolina – will highlight current technology or resource gaps and needs, future requirements and procurement processes to supply military and federal medical facilities and agencies. All medical-related businesses in North Carolina – large or small, prime contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, manufacturers and service providers – will benefit from briefings on military requirements, procurement processes and supplier qualifications, from one-on-one meetings with buyers and users, and from exhibiting or viewing demonstrations of the latest medical technologies designed to support America’s warfighters.
The Biomedical and Biodefense Support to the Warfighter portion of this conference will touch on two topics that can have significant impact on the success of any R&D project. The first session is on the importance of R&D partnerships for successful medical, biomedical and biodefense innovation. Regardless of the technology, strong partnerships between federal or military program managers and their academic or industry partners is critical to the success of any R&D project. This panel will discuss how they create and sustain productive and successful relationships. The second session will offer a view into how military medicine and R&D efforts are being affected by converging technologies. This panel will include talks on how big data, medical simulation and precision medicine are impacting how we get to the next lifesaving discovery. Both of these sessions aim to establish a dialogue between industry, academia and government to form partnerships to address the future biomedical and biodefense technology needs of the military and our nation.
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