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Texas Life Science Forum

The Premier Life Science Conference in Texas | February 24, 2022

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Life Science Company Winners

The Texas Life Science Forum is the premier life science event in Texas that brings together members from industry, emerging life science companies, academic, and investors. The 10th Annual conference was held in person in February 2022 on campus at Rice University. 11 companies walked away with recognition, including the Rice Alliance 10 Most Promising Companies voted on by investors and the Michael E. DeBakey Memorial Life Science Award, established by BioHouston. 

February 24, 2022  

Rice Alliance and BioHouston hosted the Texas Life Science Forum on Thursday, February 24, 2022, held in person at the Jones Graduate School of Business, McNair Hall, Rice University.

The keynote speaker, Dr. Stephen Hahn, former Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, shared his experiences and perspectives on leading during a pandemic, healthcare strategy and translational/clinical research. We were pleased to welcome back Dr. Hahn, a Rice Alumnus and former Chief Medical Executive at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, to have him provide our keynote address.

2022 Texas Life Science Forum Sponsors

 
Texas Medical Center
Lonza
Perkins Coie
Johnson and Johnson Innovation | JLABS
Proxima CRO
Shearman
Baird Capital
Castle Biosciences
CRB
DPR Construction
Fannin Innovation Studio
Fuji
Gensler
Greater Houston Partnership
Higginbotham
Hines
Hogan Lovells
iBio
K2 Bio
Lexicon
Pearland Economic Development
Sino Biological
Wilson Sonsini
Winstead
WuXi AppTech
Essa
Hope
Tranquil Clinical Research
ABB Healthcare
Aegle
Canada
Perkins and Will
Sante Ventures
Transwestern
Westat
Houston Methodist Hospital
Texas A&M Innovation Partners
University of Houston
UT Health

UTMB Health

University of St. Thomas
Southwest National Pediatric Device Consortium
Rice Bioengineering Department
Auravox
Boulware & Valoir
PKF Texas
Scientia Architects
HX Fund of Funds
Houston Angel Network
Texas Halo Fund
The Ion
Rice Business