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April 29, 2022
The D.R.I.N.K.S. (Discussions Relevant to Inspiring New Knowledge and Science) social is held monthly at Mahoneys on Stamps Landing (Old Monk Mcqueens on False Creek at 601 Stamps Landing – http://mahonyandsons.com/). The purpose is to bring together faculty, clinicians, engineers, nurses, physio/rehab, scientists, residents, trainees, staff, entrepreneurs, bio/pharm/hospital staff/execs/veterans, lawyers, VCs, journalists/editors, philanthropists, visiting scientists, those on sabbaticals, and others with common interests in biomedical/translational research & discovery/commercialization once a month to casually interact and meet new people over a beverage of their choice and/or appie. It’s a great way for people that have just moved to, just visiting Vancouver, looking for collaborations, jobs, funding, connections for start-ups, networking/socializing to meet others in medicine/research/bioengineering/industry. All are welcome!
Notch Therapeutics will be sponsoring this month. Notch is an early-stage biotech company working to maximize the benefit of cell therapies through a proprietary T cell-production platform that combines sophisticated product design with commercial-compatible processes to enhance patient outcomes. Notch’s iPSC-based technology platform allows for precision control of notch signaling, which removes several critical limiting factors in the development of cell therapies, delivering the ability to design and manufacture a uniform and unlimited supply of therapeutic T cells.