A few features of the 2016 Georgia Bio Innovation Summit that have us counting down the days

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For more than 14 years, Georgia Bio has presented Georgia’s premier bioscience and medtech conference welcoming more than 600 CEOs, senior executives, scientists and public policy officials from across the nation. If you are an early stage medtech innovator and want to talk about your device’s or product’s path to regulatory approval, including preclinical studies, or if you just want to talk about what we are seeing in medtech innovation in the southeast and beyond, we want to connect with you at Georgia Bio 2016.

Georgia Bio is hosting their 2016 Innovation Summit on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at The Cobb Galleria in Atlanta, GA. Here are a few things that have us counting down the days until Georgia Bio 2016.

Contributing to the lineup of speakers

GCMI Executive Director Tiffany Wilson will be a part of a panel discussion alongside our own Michael Sweet, Sr. Program Manager of Preclinical Research for T3 Labs, and Lou Malice, CEO of NFANT® Labs LLC. During the 11:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. concurrent session “BioTalk,” the panel will discuss medical devices, their increasing connectivity and how their evolution is changing the way care is delivered worldwide.

Looking to the future of innovation

The Summit serves as the only life sciences conference in Georgia with an exhibit hall featuring the latest research, technology and services at companies, universities and other organizations. We can’t wait to pick the brains of the industry leaders creating the next wave of technology.

The networking possibilities

Georgia Bio is a multidisciplinary conference. It will bring together leaders in biotechnology and biopharmaceuticals, medical devices, diagnostics, academic research, agricultural biotechnology, and healthcare IT. At T3 Labs, we are always eager to meet the collective medtech minds at every conference we attend. We know plenty of industry leaders speaking at Georgia Bio, like John O’Shaughnessy of Matrix Surgical, who have developed products at T3 and continue to utilize our facilities.

After Georgia Bio, meet with us on October 12th for the next Society of Physician Entrepreneurs event that features a tour of T3 and a lecture by Dr. Monte Eaves about the challenges ofbringing a medical device from concept to commercialization.

For all medtech innovators seeking to bring new therapy solutions to life; let’s connect at Georgia Bio 2016! You can find the conference agenda here.

Contact: info@t3labs.orggeorgia-bio