A true New York biotech cluster is coming. It’s just going to take some more disruption to get there.
That was one of the big themes I took home when I recapped our latest Big Apple biotech event, “New York’s Life Science Disruptors,” on Monday. The event, which took place last Thursday, March 6, consisted of a lively series of discussions about the state of biotech in the big city, featuring viewpoints from different key contributors to the life sciences ecosystem: academics/researchers, industry players, and investors. Today, I’m circling back with a slideshow look into what was a fun night on East 29th Street (a big thank you to Hana & LaCruz for the photos).
Once again, a special thanks to our speakers and moderators, our event host Alexandria Real Estate Equities, and our sponsors: Halloran Consulting Group and Guard Dog Brand Development.
Ben Fidler is Xconomy's Deputy Biotechnology Editor. You can e-mail him at email@example.com