On May 17 in Montréal, Concordia University is organizing an event to bring together companies and academics working on biomedical research with the objective of creating solid and mutually beneficial research collaboration partnerships.

This event is directed to companies and researchers working in the areas of:

  • Disease mechanisms
  • Biomarkers and diagnostics
  • Drug discovery
  • Drug delivery
  • Biomedical imaging
  • Biotechnology

Different funding agencies will present their partnerships funding programs, including Diane Bouchard, Director Partnerships, Scientific Affairs at Génome Québec.

The event also includes a showcase of biomedical researchers, and a networking cocktail.


To learn more or to register for Biomed Connect