Nanobiotix Selected to Present at Future Leaders in the Biotech Industry Conference
News Mar 20, 2013
Nanobiotix has announced that its co-founder and CEO, Laurent Levy, has been invited to give a Company Presentation at the 20th Annual Future Leaders in the Biotech Industry Conference in New York.
The Nanobiotix presentation is scheduled on Friday 5 April 2013 at 10:30 am ET in room 508 at the Millennium Hotel in New York, NY.
Laurent Levy will provide an overview of the Company’s strategy, technology and pipeline including its NanoXray technology, which has been developed to enhance radiotherapy energy to destroy tumor cells while not causing additional damage to the healthy surrounding tissue.
Following the presentation there will be a breakout session from 11:00am - 11:30am ET, in room 507.
The conference, which is co-hosted by BioCentury and Thomson Reuters, invites companies in key therapeutic areas to present a 25-minute company overview to leading portfolio managers, bankers and analysts. Nanobiotix is one of the few European Companies invited to present.
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