First Flight is delighted to host lunchtime programs, "Itineraries" that offer a chance for members of the First Flight community and broader innovation ecosystem to learn about the work of early stage science-focused companies, network and have some fun at the same time!
For our September 18th Itinerary, we are excited to have not only the opportunity to learn more about life-changing work to help serious medical conditions, but also to have a representative from Washington, DC to discuss a grant application of roughly 2,500 words, that has a 30 day turnaround with an award of up to $749,000. NO that is not a typo.
Please join us for our next “Itineraries” session, which will be held at 12 noon, Tuesday, September 18 in the Hutchison conference room of First Flight.
***SPEAKER FOR SEPTEMBER 18***
Jon McDunn, Head of R&D at Clinical Sensors
Clinical Sensors is a First Flight company commercializing sensors to improve monitoring and care for serious medical conditions such as diabetes, chronic wounds and infection. The membrane-based platform technologies being developed by the company greatly enhance the specificity, accuracy, and analytical performance of electrochemical sensors both in vivo and ex vivo.
All attendees must register at the link below.