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BIT's 1st Annual Translational Medicine Partnership Summit-2014  (TMPS2014)

26 Jun 2014 - 29 Jun 2014 - Dalian, China



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TMPS-2014 will provide a unique platform for promoting multidisciplinary interactions between science and medicine to enhance research and drug development via roundtable discussions, project briefings, one-to-one meetings, exhibitions, case studies, social events and project matchmakings. 

TMPS-2014’s Matchmaking Program will create opportunities for participants to have face to face meeting on technical introduction, transfer, purchase, sales, and cooperation. The Organizing Committee will carefully select innovative technologies and coordinate Incubators, Domestic Institutions, Industrial and Academic Delegatesto participate in the one to one networking. 

Highlights of the conference:  MEET over 300+ Professionals  HEAR from 200+ Distinguished Speakers share their expertise  ENGAGE with the Who’s Who in the Translational Medicine Field at networking sessions  GAIN from abundance of knowledge that will be shared  BE SEEN at one of the largest translational medicine event  ENJOY Tours to Famous Science and Historical Sites in China


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