March 6, 2020 -Due to The Broad Institute’s New Policy to postpone events being held on site we will be postponing this event. A new date will be announced shortly. Refunds will be issued to those who registered for the original date.
Attend Women In Bio’s 6th Annual ‘Lobster Pot’ Pitch Event Featuring Women-Led Innovative Life Science Startups
Join Women In Bio Boston on March 26 in Cambridge’s Broad Institute for the 6th Annual Boston 'Lobster Pot,’ our most popular event of the year. Learn how to pitch to investors more effectively, check out some exciting life science startups and network with some of Greater Boston’s leading women in the life sciences.
This pitch event will be "shark tank style," with each executive delivering their best fundraising pitch to VCs and the audience. Investors will provide feedback on the pitch and comment on the ideas presented while the audience will have the opportunity to rate each pitch as well.
What better way to honor Women’s History Month than to celebrate powerful women in the life sciences? So whether you are starting your own company, raising money, or just want to celebrate successful women, this is one event that you can’t afford to miss.
Sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Innovation
Note: Food will be provided.
Marian Nakada, Ph.D., Vice President, Venture Investments, J&J Innovation JJDC
Laura Brass, Ph.D., MBA, Partner, Novartis Venture Fund
Ruta Laukien, Graybella Capital
Gladys Nunez, Amgen
Claire Leurent, J&J Innovation
Erika Smith, CEO, ReNetX Bio, Inc
Elizabeth Gazda, CEO, Embrlabs
Natalie Artzi, Ph.D. Co-Founder, BioDevek & Assistant Professor, Brigham and Women's Hospital Harvard Medical School
Maria Luisa Pineda, CEO & Co-Founder, Envisagenics
Until March 20, 2020
- Non-Members/Free Unlimited Guest Members*: $60
Beginning March 21, 2020
- Non-Members/Free Unlimited Guest Members*: $65
*To access the Member rate, click here to purchase a WIB membership.
Special Guest Pricing
Members can register guests at member price.
* - Walk-ins will be accepted until event capacity is reached.
Metered parking, Garages nearby
Directions from Public Transit
T Stop: Red Line, MIT Kendall Stop