Can Angels Fill the Venture Capital Void in Life Science
UCSF Mission Bay, Helen Diller Cancer Bldg, 1450 Third St., Room HD-160
13 November 2012 - 14 November 2012
San Francisco, California
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Organizer: Entrepreneurship Center at UCSF
Allan W. May, Founder and Chairman of Life Science Angels -- the US's largest life-science angel organization -- will discuss the role of angels in funding bio/medtech/life science companies. Mr. May is also Vice Chair of the Kauffman Foundation's Angel Resource Institute. He is Co-Founder and managing Director of Emergent Medical Partners, a Silicon Valley-based life science investment firm. This event is sponsored by the Entrepreneurship Center of the Univeristy of California-San Francisco (UCSF), Office of Innovation, Technology & Alliances (ITA) and Wells Fargo Bank's Life Sciences Group. Free to UC community; $20 for industry. Register at URL provided (eventbrite.com).