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The PEGS Boston Summit brings together leading experts at the forefront of biologics innovation, providing insights into the latest technologies, research, and advancements in drug development, protein and antibody engineering, immunotherapy, immunogenicity, expression platforms, multispecific antibodies, machine learning and AI in biologics, and more.

Join us at the PEGS Boston Summit, where connections are nurtured, ideas converge, and opportunities unfold. Elevate your conference experience by seizing the chance to connect in a space designed for collaboration and shared exploration.

Scheduled Networking Events Include:

Be sure to check back for additional details.

Monday, May 13

7:00 - 7:30 PM: Young Scientist Meet Up (Exhibit Hall)

The Young Scientist Meet Up is an opportunity to get to know and network with mentors of the PEGS Summit community. This session aims to inspire the next generation of young scientists by giving direct access to established leaders in the field.

Co-Organizers:
Iris Goldman, Production, Cambridge Innovation Institute
Julie Sullivan, Production, Cambridge Innovation Institute

Facilitators:
Orhi Esarte Palomero, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Pharmacology, Northwestern University
Alexandros Karyolaimos, PhD, Researcher, Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics, Stockholm University
Shakiba Nikfarjam, PhD, Postdoc, Lawrence Livermore National Lab

Wednesday, May 15

4:40 - 5:10 PM: Speed Networking (Exhibit Hall)

Bring yourself, your business cards or e-cards, and be prepared to share and summarize the key elements of your research in a minute. We will provide a location, timer, and fellow attendees to facilitate the introductions.

Thursday, May 16

7:30 - 8:30 AM: Women in Science Breakfast Panel* (Location TBD)
Continental Breakfast Provided
(Co-Organized with Thinkubator Media)

Advancing gender equity in the workplace is an effort that requires mentorship, shifts in company culture, and investment from all levels of an organization. Join us for a robust and insightful conversation on how companies can foster quality mentorship, create team-based success models, develop meaningful and measurable commitments to DEI, and how this important work can greatly benefit an organization and its goals. 

Panel Moderators:
Tana Joseph, PhD, Founder & Director, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, & Decolonisation for the Sciences, AstroComms, Public Engagement Manager, University of Cambridge

Lori Lennon, Founder & CEO, Thinkubator Media

Panelists:
Tom Browne, Director of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, MassBio

Sheila Phicil, Equity Architect, Director of Innovation, Health Equity Accelerator, Boston Medical Center (BMC)

Nicole Renaud, PhD, Director, Global Co-Lead of Human Genetics and Targets, Discovery Science, Biomedical Research, Novartis

Kerry Robert, Senior Vice President, Head of People & Culture, Entrada Therapeutics

Minmin (Mimi) Yen, PhD, CEO & Co-Founder, PhagePro Inc.

11:00 - 11:50 AM: Women in Science Meet Up (Exhibit Hall)

The Women in Science Meet Up celebrates women trailblazers who are setting their own course in science. We invite women and men to come celebrate the successes of these women in breaking down barriers and inspiring future generations of female leaders. Come join fellow scientists and share your personal and professional journey.​

Facilitators:
Tana Joseph, PhD, Founder & Director, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, & Decolonisation for the Sciences, AstroComms, Public Engagement Manager, University of Cambridge

Lori Lennon, Founder & CEO, Thinkubator Media

*Free to attend; sign up in advance on the registration page


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