Join us for insights into successfully submitting an abstract for the annual MHSRS conference (due February 16, 2022), plus tips on navigating and engaging effectively with the Defense Health Agency, Futures Command, USAMRDC, WRAIR, USAISR and other potential collaborators within government.
- Liz Powell | Founder and former Legislative Director covering the House Armed Services Committee
- Greg Kapcar | Public Affairs Director, oversees the monthly GBG Report on bioscience funding opportunities
- Katie Collins | Government Affairs Director and former staff for Vice President Biden and Biden Cancer Initiatives
- John Richter | Federal Legislative Director and former staff for the Biden-Harris Presidential Campaign
Background: For nearly a decade the G2G team has attended the annual Department of Defense MHSRS conference in August focused on military medical issues. The G2G team has attended each year for nearly a decade. Feb. 16 is the MHSRS deadline for abstract submissions, and this year’s event will be entirely in-person with no virtual component. Join this webinar to learn more about this annual conference, abstract submission process and other tips for biosciences trying to work with the military and access non-dilutive funding. The conference provides a phenomenal opportunity for networking, developing relationships with program managers, showcasing your medical innovations and capabilities, and gaining insights on priorities of the DoD and Veterans Affairs Department.