Wisconsin health catalyzed: Biotech and digital health in our state

Live session begins at 10:00 a.m. on Sept. 16

Moderator: Jonathan Fritz
Panelist: Sarah Condella
Panelist: Jason Fields
Panelist: Rock Mackie

Location: Free virtual session with post-talk Q&A

Workforces, economies and personal preferences continue to change with COVID-19, but Wisconsin’s biotech and digital health companies are adapting and thriving. In this session, you’ll hear why America’s Dairyland is growing as a major biotech and digital health hub, how our state’s quality of life is attracting entrepreneurs and what needs to be done to support continued innovation.

Register for this free session here.

Session curated and sponsored by Exact Sciences and HealthX Ventures

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