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Join us for two events at the University of Maryland BioPark focused around the health and sciences sector. How do we work together to ensure Baltimore's vibrant health and sciences community continues to grow, innovate and thrive?

Monday, September 28 8am–3pm

Track Day Events

  • Health & Sciences Lunchtime Roundtable

    How do we work together to ensure Baltimore's vibrant health and sciences community continues to grow, innovate and thrive? Participate in an intimate lunch with a curated group of entrepreneurs, investors, policy makers, academics and leaders to discuss plans for the future and steps to get there.

    Monday, September 28, 10:30am–12:00pm
  • Switch Baltimore

    Interested in the trends in health and sciences focused around the Baltimore region? Join us for Switch Baltimore on Monday, Sept 28th as we "switch" up the conversation and focus on the future of Health & Science IT.

    Monday, September 28, 12:00pm–3:00pm

Speakers

  • Mary Morris

    Mary Morris

    As the EAGB’s Commercialization & Innovation Specialist, Mary focuses on the development of industry specific innovation strategies and best practices, working closely with EAGB’s state and local partners and the region’s business, government and higher education leaders.

  • Miriam Boer

    Miriam Boer

    Miriam Boer is the founder and CTO of Sonify Biosciences. A biochemist by training, she drives Sonify's pioneering research in developing a device using low intensity ultrasound to treat melanoma and other skin cancers. She has extensive experience starting non-spinout biotech companies and

  • Rana Quraishi

    Rana Quraishi

    Rana Quraishi has spent much of her career working in life science directed finance, investment and consulting organizations. At the TCG Group, a premiere private equity firm she focused on business development opportunities for its life science companies. Prior to this she was a Principal at

  • Sebastian Seiguer

    Sebastian Seiguer

    Sebastian Seiguer is the CEO of emocha, a mobile health platform that streamlines the continuum of care. From screening all the way through to medication adherence, emocha smartphone and web applications engage the patient and allow various providers to access critical patient information in a

  • Patrick Dougherty

    Patrick Dougherty

    Patrick joined the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore in June 2012, where he is currently responsible for directing the research efforts of the organization. In his time with EAGB, Patrick has authored State of the Market Reports covering Cyber Security and BioHealth in Greater Baltimore

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