The Québec Government Office in Boston was pleased to host today the Science & Technology Diplomatic Circle Boston for a discussion with Tom O’Donnell , Director, Innovation Hub and Mary Ann Piccard, Associate Director, M2D2, which accelerates innovations in medical devices and biotech.
Lin Yang China consulate, Simone Schmieder Swissnex Boston, Isamu Amir Researcher and Adviser, Science and Technology Division Consulate General of Japan in Boston, Carolina de Oliveira Campos Setor de Cooperação Educacional Consulado-Geral do Brasil em Boston, Walter de Wit Consulate of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Maxime Van Cauter Scientific Liaison Officer Wallonia-Brussels International, Marie- Claude Francoeur Québec Delegate to New England Quebec Government, Sophie Cerny Innovation and Research attachée Quebec Government, Andrea Bravo Mexican Consulate, Mary Ann Piccard Associate Director, M2D2.
Many programs available for the international start-ups community and the full range of services offered by their organizations were presented. With their competitive pricing, 11,000 square foot fully-equipped, shared lab facility hat can house 50 researchers, and their close collaboration among the UMass campuses, especially the medical expertise and clinical trial capacity of the Worcester campus they seems set up for success.
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