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Sherry Ambrose
Enterprise Florida



John H. Armstrong, MD
Florida Department
of Health

Edgar Asebey
Jones Day


 Jason Brodeur
Seminole County Regional
Chamber of Commerce


Bill Bucher
Axium Healthcare


  Kathy Chiu
Florida Angel Nexus (FAN)

Robert L. Crutchfield
Harbert Management

Felipe Echeverri
Biorep Technologies

Frank DiBello
Space Florida

Maurice R. Ferré, MD

Robert G. Finizio
TherapeuticsMD, Inc.

Sophia Fuerst, MS, MBA
Brand Institute



Col. Dallas C. Hack,

Brain Health Consultant



James J. Hickman
Nanoscience Technology
Center at University
of Central Florida


Chris Hillier
Guidewell Innovation




Matt Hudson
Florida State House of
Representatives in District 101

Mayor Teresa Jacobs
Orange County Mayor

 George Jallo, MD
Johns Hopkins


Gregory Johnson
Center for the Advancement
of Science in Space

Robby Lane
Amend Sugical, Inc.

Valerie Landrio McDevitt
Technology Transfer &
Business Partnerships

James A. McCarthy
CorpDev Ventures


  Donnie McGrath, MD MPH
Bristol-Myers Quibb

  Lisa Mchale
Sports Legacy Institute

Pam McLean, PhD
Mayo Clinic


C. Randal Mills, PhD
California Institute for
Regenerative Medicine (CIRM)

  Karen Moore
Moore Communications

  James Mulé, PhD
Moffitt Cancer Center

  Chris Mullin, MS
NAMSA's Clinical and Consulting

Steve Parkinson
Lakewood-Amedex, Inc

Laszlo Radvanyi, PhD
Lion Biotechnologies


Randy Scott
HealthQuest Capital


David Shepard
Arthrex, Inc.


Machelle Shields
Butler Snow



Layton Smith, MD
Sanford Burnham Prebys
Medical Discovery Institute


Jackson Streeter, MD
Banyan Biomarkers

Robert G. Urban, PhD
Johnson & Johnson
Innovation Center

Jake VanLandingham, MD
Prevacus, Inc.


Robert Finizio TherapeuticsMD

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