LSINW 2022 FAQs and Safety Information

Frequently Asked Questions:

What will the format be for the Life Science Innovation Northwest 2022 conference?
Life Science Innovation Northwest (LSINW) will be in-person on April 20 and 21 at the Washington State Convention Center. To ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, proof of vaccination and masks will be required. More information is available about these precautions below under “Health & Safety at LSINW”. Included in this year’s conference will be the same caliber of offerings you’ve come to expect including renowned guest speakers, panels of experts, company presentations, a sponsor hall, the fast pitch competition, poster presentations, plus opportunities to network with your colleagues old and new.

Will the sessions be live?
All sessions will be live to in-person attendees. Speakers who are not able to travel nationally due to restrictions will join by video for live discussions. This year, we are excited to make all Company Presentations available to attend virtually. This is the only part of the conference that will be virtual to attendees.

How can I register? What are the registration rates?
New this year, as a stand-alone registration option, is off-site attendance for the virtual Company Presentations. Cost for an individual is $400 and for a group $1,000. For in-person full conference rates and for more information, including how to register, visit the registration page.

Am I eligible for the member rate?
All individuals employed by current 2022 Life Science Washington Members are eligible for LSINW conference member rates. If you have a question about your organization’s membership status or need to renew their membership, please email Amanda Tran.

How do I apply for a Company/Research Institution Presentation, Fast Pitch, or Poster Presentation?
Signing up to present a Company/Research Institution Presentation, Fast Pitch, or Poster Presentation is simple, just visit the application page.

How do I schedule one-on-one meetings?
All registered attendees will have access to the LSINW conference app to schedule one-on-one meetings with other registered attendees. Stay tuned for more information.

How can I learn more about sponsorship opportunities?
Information for sponsorship opportunities can be obtained by contacting Dale Willard or Amanda Tran.

Health & Safety at LSINW 2022:

Bringing the community together safely is our top priority at LSINW 2022. We are following state and local requirements to offer an in-person conference experience that prioritizes the health of our attendees and the community. At this time, masks and proof of vaccination will not be required to attend LSINW.  However, we are continually monitoring the COVID-19 situation and will implement additional safety precautions based on the CDC guidelines if needed, which may include proof of vaccine and/or mask mandates to ensure attendees’ safety.

Venue Health & Safety Information
Life Science Washington is pleased to be working with the Washington State Convention Center, whose high standard of hygiene and cleanliness through their Safety First program and their state-of-the-art air filtration system, have a proven track record of ensuring a safe conference experience for all.

Who should I contact if I have questions?
If you’re a member of the media, please contact Kaitlyn Grosse.
For company presentation questions, please contact Dale Willard.
For registration, invoice, or payment questions, please contact Kathleen Poston.
For event questions or COVID health and safety questions, please contact Craig Mathews.