About Partnering for
Global Health Forum
Partnering for Global Health Forum connects people and ideas to save lives in the developing world. It focuses on market-based solutions that will serve the health needs of the world's poorest.
Meet with leaders from global health, biopharmaceutical, academic, and donor communities. In addition to partnering opportunities, the Forum features presentations from global health innovators as well as public and private funders supporting global health research and development.
The Partnering for Global Health Forum will be co-located with the BIO International Convention at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC, on June 27. All companies and organizations taking part in the Partnering for Global Health Forum are eligible to participate in the partnering program of the Business Forum at the BIO International Convention on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (June 28-30).
The Business Forum is the biotech world’s largest partnering event. Over the three-day event, thousands of one-on-one meetings are scheduled by more than 1,700 biotech and pharma companies from around the world.
Registered attendees of the Partnering for Global Health Forum can use BIO One-on-One Partnering to search for companies by clinical focus, stage of development, region, or keywords and set up private meetings with company executives well in advance of the conference.
- Network with leaders from the global health, biopharmaceutical, academic, government, and donor communities and funders supporting global health R&D.
- Hear the critical debates addressing the unment medical needs of the world's poorest.
- Schedule one-on-one meetings with the many global health innovators who will be participating in the Business Forum at the BIO International Convention.
Learn more about Partnering for Global Health by watching highlights from the 2010 Forum.