ISB’s 2019 Future of Health Symposium will focus on the translation of concepts and innovation into real-world clinical applications. Our speakers and panelists have expertise across the product development cycle for cancer immunotherapy and global health. Please join us for this exciting two-day event as influencers across academia and industry share their experiences in traversing the challenging path in commercializing research discoveries.
We will explore innovative translational and clinical approaches in cancer immunotherapy and global health to advance the development of novel therapeutics, vaccines and diagnostics.
We will discuss issues and lessons learned during development and commercialization of early-stage biomedical technologies both in the field of cancer and infectious disease.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Patient Centered Research Foundation
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Earl A. Chiles Research Institute
Gates Foundation MRI
University of Washington
Harvard Medical School
Caris Life Sciences
Date and Time:
7:30PM, Monday, April 1, 2019
Doors at 6:30PM
More info coming soon.
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The Symposium will be held at the Institute For Systems Biology (ISB) itself, located the core of Seattle’s new vibrant South Lake Union neighborhood. Recommended accommodation is the nearby Courtyard Marriott Hotel (5 minute walk, shuttle will be available)
Institute for Systems Biology (ISB)
401 Terry Ave N.
Seattle, Washington 98109
The Institute for Systems Biology is a nonprofit biomedical research organization based in Seattle, Washington. It was founded in 2000 by systems biologist Lee Hood, immunologist Alan Aderem, and protein chemist Ruedi Aebersold. ISB was established on the belief that the conventional models for exploring and funding breakthrough science have not caught up with the real potential of what is possible today. ISB serves as the ultimate environment where scientific collaboration stretches across disciplines, where our researchers have the intellectual freedom to challenge the status quo, and where grand visions for breakthroughs in human health inspire a collective drive to achieve the seemingly impossible. Our core values ensure that we always keep our focus on the big ideas that eventually will have the biggest impact on human health. ISB is an affiliate of Providence St. Joseph Health.
There is no on-site parking at ISB. There are a variety of pay-to-park options. To learn more about parking options in the area, please click here.
For your convenience, ISB has arranged a block of rooms at the Courtyard Marriott-Seattle Downtown/Lake Union at a discounted rate of $153.00 per night. It is located on Lake Union, only a few minutes away from ISB.
Yes. ISB will provide shuttle service between the Courtyard Marriott and ISB as well as the airport upon conclusion of sessions on Tuesday (April 9).
Click here to view the distance from the hotel to the conference location.
Yes. Luggage storage will be available at ISB.
For inquiries or to request a media pass, please contact:
Director of Communications
Institute for Systems Biology
jmyxter (at) systemsbiology.org
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NOTE: Poster submission does not constitute symposium registration.
Please register separately as a symposium attendee.
If you have any questions about poster submission, please contact Joey Petosa at joey.petosa (at) systemsbiology.org or at (206) 732-1282.
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If you have any questions or issues regarding payment, please contact Joey Petosa at joey.petosa (at) systemsbiology.org or (206) 732-1282.