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Don't miss this chance to meet some of Florida's most promising early-stage companies. Sixteen have been selected from a large group of applicants to compete behind Closed-Doors at the BioFlorida Conference, for a chance to present at the General Session on Tues., October 22nd, and the winner will be awarded $10,000!

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BIOPITCH SEMIFINALISTS  

AiM Medical Robotics (Fort Lauderdale)

AireHealth (Orlando)

Cytonics Corporation (Jupiter)

DermaSensor (Miami)

DiaTech Diabetic Technologies (Tallahassee)

Evren Technologies (Newberry)

Exiom (Monticello)

ImmunSYS (Fort Lauderdale)

Oxidien Pharmaceuticals (Gainesville)

Regenerative Processing Plant (Palm Harbor)

SegAna (Orlando)

Soil Culture Solutions (d/b/a Soilcea) (Tampa)

TAS Medical (Windermere)

TECHFIT Digital Surgery (Daytona Beach)

Ziptek (Sarasota)


CURRENT INVESTOR PARTICIPATION

Todd Andersen-Davis | Florida Funders 

Doug Armstrong, PhD | Dawson James 

Ibraheem Badejo, PhD | Johnson & Johnson Innovation Center 

Robert Buchanan, PhD | Ventac Partners

Tim Cartwright | Tamiami Angel Fund 

Kathy Chiu | DeepWork Capital 

Bob Crutchfield | American Cancer Society 

Tom Gardner | BRIDGE Angel Investors 

Derek Hennecke | Kineticos Disruptor Fund

Jack Karabees | Vector Capital

Gerald M. Kluft DDS | Wasatch Investments LLC

Vic Nole | Mayo Clinic in Florida

Matthew Rice | Ballast Point Ventures 

John (Jay) Rosanelli | Powder Gate Capital 

Mark Samuels | Diligent CXO 

Chip Steiner | Cleveland Clinic Innovations

Jackson Streeter, MD | University of Florida Ventures   

Shawn Titcomb | Allele Capital Partners 

Nancy Torres Kaufman | Beacon Capital 

Harry Venezia | Healthcare Capital Advisors

Rhys Williams | New World Angels  

BIOPITCH PRIZE SPONSORED BY

About BioFlorida

BioFlorida represents 6,200 establishments and research organizations in the biopharmaceuticals, medical technology, healthIT and bioagriculture sectors that collectively employ 87,000 Floridians.

 

Members of the BioFlorida network include emerging and established life science companies, universities, research institutions, hospitals, medical centers, incubators, economic development agencies, investors and service providers.

 

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