The very popular BioResearch Product Faire™ Event Biomedical and Bioresearch Event in Washington DCT returns To Georgetown University for for 13th year.
Georgetown University has one of the top funded and most active Biomedical and Bioresearch communities in the nation, inlcuding:
- Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC) is a $274M biomedical research and educational organization responsible for more than 85% of the university’s sponsored research funding in the past year
- Georgetown has a nationally-ranked School of Medicine, a School of Nursing and Health Studies, as well as the Lombardi Cancer Center
- Its Biomedical Graduate Research Organization (BGRO) accounts for 53% of the University’s sponsored research funds
- BGRO is especially strong in neurosciences, physiology & biophysics, and cardiovascular-kidney disorders
As a renowned research institution with a long and distinguished history, Georgetown can count on its alumni donors to support its fundraising efforts, like the current $1.5B campaign launched last fall. But not just alums give to Georgetown, so do “Georgetown parents” and contributors who are drawn to the university’s Catholic, Jesuit mission. Read today’s Science Market Update for the story of a recent $1.25M commitment by a prominent Silicon Valley businessman to form a neurological research center at GUMC in honor of his father:
Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. goes to Washington DC every year to hold our popular Georgetown BioResearch Product Faire™ Event on the medical center campus. We’ll be there next on July 19, 2012.
As a life science professional or as a lab equipment manufacturer or science supply company you are invited to be a part of this event.. There is stil exhibit space available, and we typically welcome some 200 biomedical and other life science researchers who come out to see the latest in lab equipment and services, talk research, and grab a bite to eat at our comfortable, professional product show.