Events

Partnering for Cures  »

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Be a part of medical research's most forward-thinking, outcomes-oriented, and patient-focused event. FasterCures, the Washington, DC-based center of the Milken Institute, is convening the fifth annual Partnering for Cures meeting on November 3-5 in New York City. Partnering for Cures brings together leaders from all sectors in medical research with the express purpose of making collaboration happen - collaborations that must happen if we are to speed up the time it takes to turn discoveries into treatments and cures. November 3-5 | Grand Hyatt New York


Hill Briefings »  

resizedimage748208 hill briefing2FasterCures hosted over 100 congressional staffers, patient advocates, academics and drug developers at a Capitol Hill briefing about the importance of federal support for translational research, the phase of medical R&D between the birth of a basic scientific discovery made in the lab and when a pharmaceutical company tests out a potential new therapy with patients -- or, more plainly put, "the stuff in between" microscope and marketplace. Read more as posted by the Huffington Post.


Celebration of Science »

CelebrationOfScience logo trans2The Celebration of Science, held Sept. 7-9 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. The weekend included panels and brief presentations, a full day of activities on the campus of the National Institutes of Health, and a FasterCures working meeting on accelerating innovation in the biosciences. Participants included more than 1,000 current and former elected officials, heads of government agencies, major philanthropists, leaders of academic research centers, patient advocacy groups, distinguished scientists, and industry CEOs.


Milken Institute Global Conference »

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The Milken Institute Global Conference brings together some of the most extraordinary people in the world - from entrepreneurs and executives to philanthropists, scientists and Nobel laureates - to explore today's most pressing social, political and economic challenges.The 2013 Global Conference will take place April 28-May 1, 2013, at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. Read summaries from last year's sessions that FasterCures helped facilitate.