NEW YORK, Feb. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Non-profit pharmaceutical industry organization New York Pharma Forum (NYPF),
The research seeds, which will be presented and available for partnership opportunities, focus on key therapeutic areas such as oncology and infectious diseases.
"We're excited to have the opportunity to work with AMED to bring Japanese scientists to New York," said Dr. John Keller, President and CEO of Shionogi, Inc. and President of New York Pharma Forum. "This should be a great opportunity for business development executives and investors to partner with Japanese researchers and explore the commercialization of their cutting edge science."
The Japan Life Sciences Showcase will consist of two parts: presentations by the Japanese scientists on March 13th, and partnering meetings on March 14th.
The March 13th program is open to all industry executives free of charge, however pre-registration is required.
All abstracts and online-registration for the program, as well as for partnering meetings, are available at: https://www.nypharmaforum.org/events/march-13-14-2018/
About New York Pharma Forum
New York Pharma Forum Inc. is a non-profit biopharmaceutical industry organization that facilitates dialogue among U.S., Japanese, and other international biopharmaceutical executives as well as business and financial professionals on global industry issues of common interest. Members gain access to critical information on business, policy and technology issues important to the future of the global healthcare and life sciences industries. For more information about the organization, visit http://www.nypharmaforum.org.
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