Biotech in WI Message Board › Upcoming Biotech Events in the Madison Area (as of 3/21/13)
One of the topics we discussed at our kickoff meeting was ways to find other biotech/science related events.
We've started publishing events toward the end of the month over at the Bio in Wisconsin blog so you can add the blog to your RSS feed.
To get us started, here is what's on tap around town:
Madison Health Tech Meetup (link)
Tuesday March 26, 5:45 PM
Professor Pascale Carayon will talk about why workflow is crucial to the success of healthcare IT.
Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS) Wisconsin Chapter (link)
Tuesday April 9, 1 – 8 pm
Effectively Communicating with Management and Colleagues at GE Healthcare Institute (Waukesha)
Session 1: Talking to Management: What to Say and How to Say It Session 2: Dangerous Documents: Avoiding Land Mines in Your FDA Records and Emails
Workshop from Production Assistance for Cellular Therapies (National Heart Lung and Blood Program) (link)
Tuesday April 9, 8 am – 5 pm
Developing Cellular Therapies: From Preclinical Safety To Clinical Evaluation at Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery (Madison)
8th Annual Wisconsin Stem Cell Symposium (link)
Wednesday April 10, 7:30 am – 6 pm
Cell-Based Therapy for Heart and Vascular Disease: Pathways to Clinic at BioPharmaceutical Technology Center (Madison)
Madison Science Pub (link)
Sunday April 14, 2 pm
American Society for Quality – Madison Section (link)
Tuesday April 9, 5-8 pm
Ermer Night: Collaboration with the ASQ Student Section at Grainger Hall (Madison)
BioForward Breakfast (link)
Wednesday April 10, 7:30-9 AM
The speaker will be Jeanette C. Roberts, Dean of the School of Pharmacy at University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The next Nerd Nite Madison isn't up yet. (link)