BioHaven April 16 at 5:00 pm in New Haven, CT

'The Next Big Idea: Creating a New Venture'

The media are cordially invited to attend a special Yale-CURE BioHaven event that will take a look into the future at the next generation of medical therapeutics.

The panel discussion -- "The Next Big Idea: Creating a New Venture" -- will be held on Wednesday, April 16 in the Anlyan Center Auditorium at 300 Cedar Street, New Haven, beginning at 5 p.m. The program will feature presentations by leading industry observers on new trends in bioscience business formation.

A capacity audience is expected, but tickets have been reserved for members of the press with valid credentials. Please contact [email protected] to reserve your place.

Roger Longman, managing partner of Windhover Information Inc. and a leading expert in biopharmaceutical deal making, will serve as moderator.

Further details and directions to the event are available online at http://curenet.org/bigidea .

The BioHaven Entrepreneurship Series is sponsored by the Yale Office of Cooperative Research, Connecticut United for Research Excellence (CURE), Wiggin and Dana, LLP, Elm Street Ventures, and Price Waterhouse Coopers, PC, with support from the Yale Entrepreneurial Society and the Yale Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Society.

Contact: Bill Kelly, +1-203-375-2696, [email protected]

SOURCE CURE

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