Galien Medstartup Partnering Program – NYC, USA 2021

October 28, 2021

October 28, 2021

7:00 AM To 5:00 PM

430 East 29th Street, New York, NY 10016

https://bit.ly/3l7TmaC

FREE

Event Description

Each year in October, leaders and stakeholders of the HealthTech & Life Sci industry gather on the Galien Medstartup Partnering Day.

The Prix Galien reflects 50 years of excellence and prestige – each year it recognizes outstanding achievements in improving the global human condition through the development of innovative drugs and other treatments.

Worldwide the Prix Galien is regarded as the equivalent of the Nobel Prize in biopharmaceutical research.

Business France and the Galien Foundation have now been collaborating for 8 years to organize the Medstartup Partnering .

The initiative aims to foster private-sector collaborations to treat and cure medical conditions that pose a threat to public health worldwide and promotes innovative research partnerships among the life sciences ecosystem.

Conferences of the Forum Galien will take place at Alexandria Center for Life Science and will be broadcasted online for all participants.

WHO WILL ATTEND THE PARTNERING ?

  • CEOs from Startups / early stage Biotech & Medtech & Digital Health companies
  • CEOs from late stage / public biotech & medtech companies
  • Big Pharma C-levels, Executives: Chief Medical Officers, Chief Innovation Officers, Scientific Officers (R&D), Head of BU…
  • Investors: VCs, Family Offices, Corporate Ventures, Business Angels
  • Hospitals & Academics: KOLs & partnership

An online partnering platform is dedicated to enable companies to meet and connect.

Meetings will be organized prior to the event on our partnering platform.

Please register on Eventbrite in order to be contacted by Business France Team to secure your pass and access to the plateform.

GALIEN FORUM 2021 SPEAKERS

Organizers

Business France & The Galien Foundation

https://www.galienfoundation.org/

About the Organizers

The Prix Galien was created in France by pharmacist Roland Mehl, whose aim was to promote the country's significant advances in pharmaceutical research. Until the establishment of the Prix Galien, this discipline remained unrecognized. Mehl brought tog...

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