Events

Past Events

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WORLD IP DAY 2021: Taking Your Ideas to Market

Life Science Washington Institute’s WORLD IP DAY: Taking Your Ideas to Market will educate entrepreneurs about important aspects of intellectual property (IP), how to think about IP strategy for their company, and what resources are available from the US Patent and Trade Office (USPTO) and other organizations. This year’s event will highlight a IP Strategy […]
Education

BioBasics 101: The Biology of Biotech for the Non-Scientist

BioBasics 101: The Biology of Biotech for the Non-Scientist is an intensive two-day course that explains the foundational science upon which all biopharma therapies are based. Day one focuses on the function of DNA, RNA, proteins, and cell signaling and how each interacts in both healthy and diseased tissue. Day two builds on your new-found molecular […]
LSW - Live Virtual Event

Life Science Innovation Northwest

Life Science Innovation Northwest is the Pacific Northwest’s largest annual life science conference bringing together investors, public and private life science organizations, research institutions, scientists, entrepreneurs, and the global health community for a two-day event to discuss and feature some of the most compelling technology breakthroughs of our time.
Community

Transforming Technology and Life Sciences Firms for Success in 2021

Please join Moss Adams on March 23rd at 9am Pacific Time for an executive panel discussing effective approaches that technology and life sciences companies have used to reposition or transform themselves recently to better pursue success in 2021 and beyond. This panel features Moss Adams Partner Taft Kortus, Worlds, Inc. CEO and cofounder Dave Copps, MFour […]
Community

Creating a Successful Academic Spin-Out

Live, 90-minute event featuring 3 distinguished academics / entrepreneurs discussing their Academic Spin-Out successes, adventures and insights. Bill Walker describes launching four companies from within academia and from coaching dozens of academic startups. He will share the general principles he’s identified and some of the ways that academic ventures go off the rails. Lori Arakaki […]
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LSWI February Lunch and Learn: Fundamental Regulations for Life Science Start Ups

FDA Regulations and Good Guidance documents don’t only apply to companies who reached commercialization. It is essential for life science startups to adhere to regulations and follow Best Practices, while also setting themselves up for success by implementing quality infrastructures early in the R&D process. Join us on February 9th, 2021 at 12:00 PM PST […]
Community

Life Sciences and Technology IPO and SPAC Overview Panel

2020 was another active year in the life sciences and technology markets, despite the impacts of COVID-19. Join our panel with Moss Adams Partners Jeremy Kuhlmann and Findley Gillespie and Fenwick Corporate Partner Amanda Rose, as we recap 2020, look ahead to 2021, and discuss considerations for companies contemplating public exits via initial public offerings (IPOs) or special […]
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2nd Annual HR Conference

Life Science Washington’s annual HR conference was created to inspire, educate and energize the professionals that provide unwavering support for those whose work is focused on improving and saving lives. This year we are delighted to introduce LSW HR Connect – a community available to HR professionals belonging to LSW member life science companies and research institutions. In addition, we are excited to introduce the cloud-based Mobilize platform. This new tool will allow for the confidential sharing of ideas and resources as well as allow group members to create and administer polls without a middleman.
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Life Science Washington Institute BioBash

Life Science Washington Institute’s BioBash is a celebration of Washington state life science entrepreneurs and the partners that support them. This inaugural event will bring together entrepreneurs, mentors, investors, and ecosystem leaders to recognize the discoveries, achievements and innovations that have shaped Washington’s life science industry.