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6th Annual WV Bio Summit Set for April 26-27

BioWV LogoWest Virginia’s life science industries create value for West Virginia and the world. Bio West Virginia’s members are innovators – making discoveries, improving science, and growing our economy.

The Sixth Annual West Virginia Bioscience Summit, which will take place April 26-27 in Huntington, West Virginia – will bring together biotech companies, academic researchers, service providers, policy makers, economic developers, funders and others to engage in two days of education and inspiration focused on showcasing the “value” our industries bring to the state and nation.

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State and regional leaders – from the life sciences, academia and government – will inform, educate and inspire on a variety of topics, to include: Clinical Trials, University Commercialization, WV Biotech Company Updates, and much more!

The event will begin at 11:30 am on Tuesday, April 26 with a keynote luncheon followed by an afternoon of featured presenters. Tuesday evening guests will be treated to a fun evening reception in downtown Huntington. The program continues on Wednesday morning, April 27, and will run through noon. An agenda will be announced soon.

The event will be held at Marshall University’s Foundation Hall, which is located on 5th Avenue on the campus of Marshall University.

Bio West Virginia has a room block being held at the Holiday Inn & Suites Civic Arena. The cost for overnight lodging on April 26 is $124. To make your reservation, call the Holiday Inn at (304) 523-8880 and request a room in the “BioWV Conference Block”.

Sponsorship opportunities are available, as is exhibit space.  For additional information, contact Bryan Brown at (304) 546-5500.

We look forward to seeing you in Huntington April 26-27 for the Sixth Annual West Virginia Bioscience Summit!

The Bioscience Association of West Virginia (BioWV) works to promote and enhance awareness of the bioscience industry in West Virginia and to advocate for policies and programs to grow and nurture the industry.