|date||April 24, 2013|
'Korea Night at the Museum: The Story Behind Successful Licensing' held in great success
- The Korea Health Industry Development Institute (KHIDI) hosted the "Korea Night at the Museum: The Story Behind Successful Licensing" event on Wednesday, April 24th at Chicago History Museum. This event was affiliated with the 2013 BIO International Convention, the world's largest gathering of the biotechnology industry.
- The reception drew about 250 global leaders of pharmaceutical‧biotech industry and academia, government officials from more than 10 other nations including Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, and United Kingdom. Thomas Hughes, CEO of Zafgen, and John Bell, CSO of Jennerex Biotherapeutics, introduced their successful experiences of technology transfer with Korean companies.
- Dohyun Cho, Director General of KHIDI USA stated, "This event presented the possible successful collaborations with small or medium size biotech companies to Korean companies who often are seeking an opportunity to collaborate with multinational corporations only. Also, it served to introduce the global technological competitiveness of Korean pharmaceutical companies." He then added, "We will continue to create and offer such opportunities to build up a broad network platform for international cooperation for Korean HT industry."
Contact: KHIDI USA
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