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Sponsorships and Exhibits for the state life sciences Conference & Expo are now open!

 

To secure your Sponsorship or Exhibit, please complete the Sponsorship Commitment Form found here. If you have any questions about the sponsorship or exhibit options, please email admin@bioflorida.com or this year's Sponsorship Chair, Ian Leventhal with AP Professionals of Florida at ian@approfessionals.com.

 

2018 CONFERENCE CHAIRS & COMMITTEE MEMBERS

  

  Conference        Chair
Greg Nelson 
Fox Rothschild
Latin America Chair
Juan Carlos Varela
Medtronic
  Sponsorship Chair
Ian Leventhal
AP Professionals of Florida
 

Program Chair
Norma Sue Kenyon, PhD,    University of Miami

 

 

BioPitch Chair
Jane E. Teague Florida Institute
for the
Commercialization of Public Research


 

Public Policy Chair
Allison Liby-Schoonover
Andersen-Davis
Metz Huband & Daughton

  Outreach Co-Chair
Gina Alexis,  The Alexis Group Consultants
 

Outreach Co-Chair
Robert Mino,    Business Development Board of Palm Beach County

  Outreach Co-Chair
Todd Holt,  Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance
  Outreach Co-Chair
Paul Griebel,    Miami-Dade Beacon Council 
       

 

2017 Committee Members

David Bess, Advanced Systems Engineering

Kirk Boylston, Lakewood Ranch

Christine Caldwell, USF Sarasota Manatee

Chris Carter, Occammd LLC

Mary Chilton, Bradenton EDC

J.P. Dubuque, EDC St. Petersburg

Lee Evans, Bristol-Myers Squibb

Andrea Falvey, Pinellas County EDC

Jason Gaskill, Adams Reese

Victor Hruszack, BayCare

Steve Jackson, Flad Architects

Ken Jones, Hillsborough Economic Development Dept.

Tara Krovich, Whiting-Turner

Michelle Kruger, BayCare

Ian Leventhal, AP Professionals

Donna Lynch, BayCare

Valerie McDevitt, USF

Joan McGill, EDC Sarasota

Maginda Montero, Tampa Hillsborough EDC

Benoit Mouzon, Roskamp Institute

Nick Roberts, SunTrust

Tami Sims, STP Downtown Association

Kirk Voelker, Sarasota Memorial Hospital

 


 

 



About BioFlorida

BioFlorida represents nearly 6,000 establishments and research organizations in the biopharmaceutical, medical technology and bioagriculture sectors that collectively employ nearly 83,000 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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