Collaboration and a pioneering spirit are hallmarks of Washington State’s life science sector and tech communities. We experience the innovations of Washington’s tech entrepreneurs with improvements in the way we live, shop and work. And, our pioneering life science organizations are teaming up with these tech leaders to expand the capabilities of fighting devastating diseases.
Tableau, a Seattle-based industry leader in business intelligence tools, is bringing their expertise to aid the efforts of PATH, a Washington-based global health organization, in fighting malaria. Read more in The Puget Sound Business Journal.
On May 23 – 24 in Seattle, Life Science early stage and established global health organizations will come together to share insights, expertise and the latest perspectives on unlocking data for improved health care outcomes, using technology to increase access and efficiency, applying precision medicine technologies to improve lives and accessing funding through philanthrocaptialism. More info on the Life Science Innovation Northwest 2017 conference is available at Life Science Washington.
Washington State has over 480 life science and global health organizations including 168 non-profits and businesses focused on global health initiatives. With over 14,000 software and mobile app companies the possibilities for collaboration between cutting-edge medicine and revolutionary technology solutions are endless.