North Carolina's life science community enjoys a vibrant array
of activities and events. This list shows events of interest, including
events hosted by NCBIO and other organizations involved in North Carolina's life
|Thursday, November 06, 2014||Carolina NMR Symposium|
Location: David H. Murdock Research Institute, 150 Research Campus Drive, Kannapolis, NC 28081
The aim of the symposium is to create a forum for scientific discussion related to the field of NMR spectroscopy research in the Carolinas and surrounding area.
Sponsor Contact: DHMRI & ACS
|Thursday, November 06, 2014|
|AD Stemcell Conference|
Location: Duke University Medical Center, Searle Center
Worldwide, over 40 million people have dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease and some 100 million older adults are estimated to be at increased risk (preclinical disease) for future dementia. Stem cells hold great promise for regenerating neural tissue, disease modeling and drug discovery but also raise new questions for regulators, ethicists, scientists, physicians and industry. Join us for this exciting workshop, featuring some of the nation’s leading experts, to discuss these exciting new developments.
Sponsor: The Karen L. Wrenn Family Trust
Sponsor Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Monday, December 08, 2014|
|DCRI Informatics Conference |
Location: Durham, NC
The Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI) brings leaders together to discuss critical health sector topics and to provide impetus for positively shaping the global health care community. In addition to strengthening relationships between Duke University and leading health-related organizations, these conferences bring to light many of the dynamic trends shaping the health care segment today and provide opportunities for senior health care leaders to shape future solutions and outcomes.
Sponsor: Duke Clinical Research Institute
Sponsor Contact: email@example.com
|Tuesday, December 09, 2014||Microbial Contamination Control in Bioprocessing Operations|
Location: NCSU, BTEC
Gain a fundamental understanding of sources of microbial contamination in biopharmaceutical manufacturing. Learn how to evaluate contamination risks and implement corrective and preventative measures to ensure a state of microbiological control in facilities and processes. Learn about recent regulatory expectations for control of contamination.
Sponsor Contact: Melody_Woodyard@ncsu.edu