The Office for Science and Technology (OST) of the
Embassy of France (Boston section) organizes each year a full-day
seminar called “French American Innovation Day” (FAID).
FAID is designed to emphasize a specific topic having a huge impact in terms of science, therapeutics and innovation.
In collaboration with the MLSC (Mass. Life Sciences Center), the 2010 FAID seminar will be addressing « Alzheimer ’s disease: Towards the Personalized Medicine ». It will be held the 6 of December at the Broad Institute.
Two prominent experts will lead this seminar:
Prof. John H. Growdon, Clinical Core Co-Leader and Founding
Director at Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center &
Director, Memory and Movement Disorders Units at Massachusetts General
Hospital & Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School
Prof. Philippe Amouyel, CEO French National Foundation on AD,
General Director of the Institut Pasteur de Lille and Professor of
Epidemiology and Public Health at the University Hospital of Lille in
For this purpose, the OST launches a call for sponsorship to organize the 2010 FAID seminar.
Sponsorship presents an opportunity for leading
companies in this field to contact with hundreds of French and American
experts in the unique bilateral seminar on AD in Boston of the year.
→ Find more information, In the 2010 FAID presentation :
- 2010 FAID
→ And the sponsorship opportunities in the document below:
- Sponsorship opportunities
For more information,
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