Bringing together leaders across sectors and industries for highly focused collaboration to advance medical research


P4C events
In 2017, FasterCures is taking Partnering for Cures on the road and convening a smaller, cross-sector group of medical research leaders twice. Save the date for P4C Boston on July 12, 2017. And stay tuned for P4C San Francisco dates, which will take place in fall 2017.
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FasterCures convenes a briefing series on Capitol Hill, invitation-only roundtables, and quarterly policy dinners aimed at increasing awareness of key issues in the life sciences, and engaging members of Congress and their staff in efforts that can improve the medical research process.

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webinars events
FasterCures hosts a free Webinar series that spotlights innovative approaches to accelerating and improving disease research. Topics range from R&D policy to venture philanthropy to patient engagement and beyond.

Upcoming Webinars and past archives


workshops events
These hands-on gatherings provide a neutral forum for leaders with diverse perspectives to examine patient-centered solutions to specific challenges.

Operational Tools to Support Expanded Patient Engagement: February 16, 2016 | Washington   |   Value & Coverage Workshop: June 11, 2015 | Washington   |   Benefit-Risk Bootcamp: September 23, 2014 | Washington


MI Pillar
From our summits in Singapore and London to roundtables and workshops to Capitol Hill briefings, we convene leaders with diverse expertise across sectors and industries for highly focused interactions and compelling content.

Milken Institute Events »

Milken Institute Global Conference
Going across the aisle and around the world to convene leaders from diverse sectors and industries because we believe the most powerful ideas come to life when nontraditional allies join forces to find common solutions.

Milken Institute Public Health Summit: Held March 1-2, 2016 in Washington, convened with the goal of advancing life-saving public health efforts worldwide by creating a more unified consensus among public and private institutions so they can deploy their resources more effectively.

Celebration of Science: Held Sept. 7-9, 2012 in Washington, focused on jumpstarting a new era of scientific discovery. The event highlighted the economic and social benefits of scientific research and how it improves lives around the world.