Fri, 31 Mar 2023

Salt Lake City, March 9 - BioUtah, Utah's only trade association dedicated solely to the life sciences, in partnership with the University of Utah's Partners for Innovation, Ventures, Outreach & Technology (PIVOT) Center, today announced the six Utah life sciences startup companies that have qualified to pitch to investors and guests attending the 2023 Entrepreneur & Investor Life Sciences Summit (Summit). The conference will be held on March 16 at the University of Utah's Cleone Peterson Eccles Alumni House in Salt Lake City and is proudly sponsored by Wilson Sonsini.

To view the full announcement, including downloadable images, bios, and more, click here.

Key Takeaways:

  • The 2023 Wilson Sonsini Entrepreneur & Investor Life Sciences Summit (Summit), presented by BioUtah and the University of Utah PIVOT Center will feature an impressive line-up of distinguished speakers, national and local investors and numerous Utah life sciences startups.
  • Six companies were selected from over 30 companies that applied to present their innovations during the Summit's popular Pitch Competition.
  • The Pitch Competition and virtual Pitch Hall highlight the tremendous amount of healthcare innovation happening in Utah.

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About BioUtahBioUtah is an independent 501(c)(6) trade association serving Utah's life sciences industry. Its member companies reflect a broad spectrum of the industry with strengths in medical device manufacturing and services, research and testing, biotechnology, biopharmaceuticals, and advanced diagnostics, amongst others; and are a key driver of Utah's economy. BioHive is a chartered organization of BioUtah. Its mission is to brand, build and bring together Utah's life sciences and healthcare innovation community through affinity group activities, community service and promotion of STEM education.

About the PIVOT Center The PIVOT Center leads the University of Utah's centralized and integrated strategy and operation for technology commercialization, corporate engagement and economic development. In doing so, the center serves as a hub for the U to foster partnerships between industry, university and government entities. The center formalizes the U's commitment to broaden its impact on Utah's economy by enhancing local and global collaborations to catalyze innovation. Dedicated to helping the University of Utah's faculty inventors bring their innovations to market, PIVOTCenter is responsible for all aspects of invention management, patent prosecution, licensing, startup formation and support, equity management and early stage funding. The University of Utah was recently ranked 2nd among large research universities for "innovation productivity impact."


Denise Bell

Source: BioUtah

Distributed by: Reportable, Inc.

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