OEN PubTalk: Innovations in Healthcare
Online registration is now closed, but we do take walk-ins. Hope to see you soon!
Sick of the healthcare status quo? Join us on Wednesday, October 11 to learn about what’s going on in the bioscience and healthcare industries right here in Portland. Enjoy some pizza, buy a beer, and meet entrepreneurs who are at the front lines of healthcare innovation—from inventing life-saving medical products to eliminating physician burnout.
The OEN PubTalk™ is our flagship monthly happy hour — a perfect starting point for new community members and a great place for established members to make new connections.
As always, the program will be preceded by time for networking and will include free appetizers and pizza. Registration begins at 5:15 p.m. and the panel discussion will kick off around 6 p.m. Our PubTalks usually kick off with a short pitch from an OEN member, followed by audience Q&A.
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Cost: $10 for OEN members; $25 for non-members. *Sorry, no refunds.*
Not yet an OEN member? Join today and you can get a free pass to our September PubTalk!
Frank Curci (Moderator)
Partner, Ater Wynne
Frank has a recognized bioscience practice representing universities/research institutions and bioscience companies regarding licensing, technology transfer, collaborations, research, and other technology commercialization matters. He is active with high technology and bioscience-related associations. For several years he has been an Adjunct Professor of Law teaching intellectual property law courses at Oregon, Arizona and California law schools. Frank has received The Best Lawyers in America® (2009-2017) recognition in the Technology Law and Biotechnology Law fields. In 2017 Frank was named to the Oregon Super Lawyers list.
Founder & CEO, Recentia Health
Dr. Brian Martin is a medical informaticist, with dual training in computer science and medicine. He is the founder and CEO of Recentia Health, a Portland-based digital health company focused on eliminating physician burnout, solving the challenge of healthcare data interoperability, and improving the health status of the nation. Brian’s past positions include WellMed, WebMD, The Cancer Research Center of Hawaii, where he was the Director of Prevention and Control, and GE Healthcare, where he was the Director of Medical Informatics.
Entrepreneurial Program Director, OTRADI
Sarah serves as a liaison for OTRADI Bioscience Incubator client companies, developing and managing entrepreneurial education programs. She has a PhD in molecular and cellular biology from Brandeis University and is experienced at managing complex and multi-institutional projects within the life science area. Sarah is also a contributing writer to the Oregon Bioscience Association newsletter and helps coordinate biotech networking events. She also promotes science outreach and greater diversity in STEM subject areas in the community through her involvement on Portland’s Women in Science Steering Committee and as a consultant on projects at OMSI.
Co-Founder & CEO, RevMedx
In addition to his role at RevMedx, Andrew is an executive vice president and general counsel for the Oregon Biomedical Engineering Institute, Inc. (OBEI). Prior to joining OBEI, Andrew was a member of the intellectual property and business groups of Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C. Earlier in his career, he practiced law at Boston-based Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault, LLP, a global legal services provider for emerging growth companies. Andrew began his research career as a scientist at the Oregon Medical Laser Center, where he helped establish the center’s biomaterial program.
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