What: Susan Mangicaro, director of clinical affairs at
Welch Allyn, will share information and advice on marketing across
borders at a lecture designed to help biomedical companies who are
selling or plan to sell their products internationally.
Mangicaro’s lecture is part of a free monthly lecture series
hosted by the University at Buffalo’s New York State Center
of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences.
The lecture will feature case studies about the key issues faced
by suppliers and manufacturers entering these markets, including
understanding regulatory issues and the international business
landscape and how to reach buyers in emerging markets. Learn
more and register at http://bioinformatics.buffalo.edu/events.
When: Thursday, April 18, from 4 to 5 p.m.
Where: UB’s New York State Center of Excellence in
Bioinformatics and Life Sciences,
701 Ellicott St., Buffalo.
Details: Mangicaro leads international clinical research
activities at Welch Allyn with a focus on professional relationship
activities to establish new market development projects
collaboratively with international business leadership. Welch
Allyn, headquartered in Skaneateles Falls, N.Y., is a global
provider of medical devices and other health care products.
The Life Sciences Commercialization Lecture Series hosted by
UB’s New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics
and Life Sciences is a monthly event that offers a wide range of
topics designed to encourage and support the growth of the life
sciences industry in Western New York.
About the New York State Center of Excellence in
Bioinformatics and Life Sciences at UB:
The mission of the University at Buffalo’s New York State
Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences is to
foster economic development by connecting university resources with
life sciences and high-tech industry through funding, research and
development support, programming, and education, with the goal of
helping companies find business solutions, accelerate new ideas,
and grow. This technology-based economic development mission is
complemented by the center’s efforts to support the
advancement of new discoveries in science that seek better ways of
preventing and managing disease and improving lives. Learn more at