The 7th Massachusetts Life Sciences Innovation (MALSI) Day is the biggest day for life sciences startups and innovation in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This is a high-energy, hands-on event which brings together scientific leaders and business experts to mingle with scientists, post-docs, professors, entrepreneurs, innovators, and venture capitalists.
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The Star Family Challenge for Promising Scientific Research is open to Harvard faculty in the natural or social sciences to submit high-risk, high-impact projects with an interdisciplinary focus. Twice a year, a selection committee of faculty members choose projects for awards ranging in size from $20,000 to $200,000.
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Ninth Annual HSCI Malkin Retreat
8:00-9:00: Registration & Continental Breakfast
9:00-9:10: Welcome - Brock Reeve, MPhil, MBA 9:10-9:40: Opening Keynote - Doug Melton, PhD - "Making beta cells for diabetics" 9:40-10:10: Steve Hyman, MD - “For schizophrenia and autism, the genetics revolution has arrived: How do we make it matter for patients?” 10:10-10:40: Ya-Chieh Hsu, PhD - "A good hair day: Transit-amplifying cells orchestrate stem cell activity and tissue regeneration" 10:40-10:55: Break 11:00-12:10: Postdoctoral Lightning Round
(afternoon) 12:15-2:30: Lunch & Poster Session
2:30-3:00: Derrick Rossi, PhD - “Reprogramming committed blood cells to induced hematopoietic stem cells with defined factors” 3:00-3:30: Challenges/Opportunities/Resources for Cell Therapy - Moderator: Les Silberstein, MD Discussants: George Daley, MD, PhD, Clifford Woolf, MD, PhD and Kevin Eggan, PhD 3:30-4:00: Community Introduction: Olivier Pourquie, PhD 4:00-4:30: Closing Keynote - David Scadden, MD 4:30-6:00: Poster Session and Special 10th Anniversary Reception
Faculty co-chairs: John Rinn, PhD Harvard University Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology and Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
Andrew Brack, PhD Center for Regenerative Medicine Massachusetts General Hospital