Military Medicine & Research in S.A. Innovations & Opportunities - Symposium Attention: Investors, Entrepreneurs, Scientists, Physicians, Economic Developers, and Business Leaders December 2, 2009 The San Antonio life sciences community would like to invite you to join us 7:30am - 3:30pm for this dynamic and interactive military medicine & research symposium which will highlight some of the most innovative military medicine R&D in San Antonio. Case studies which showcase collaborations between the military and civilian sectors will be presented with the objective to accelerate military grants and contracts to San Antonio institutions and private sector companies. The symposium will bring together military representatives, industry entrepreneurs, business leaders, investors, and the life sciences community at-large. Event Fee: $50.00 per person (includes breakfast and lunch) To register log onto or paste this link into your browser: https://www.regonline.com/SA_Military_Medicine For sponsorship information please contact: York Duncan, at 210-674-4177 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Presented By: Omni Hotel San Antonio Life Sciences Community 9821 Colonnade Boulevard • San Antonio Life Sciences Associaton (SALSA) San Antonio, Texas 78230 • BioMed SA Phone: (210) 691-8888 • Texas Research & Technology Foundation (TRTF) Fax: (210) 691-1128 • Healthcare Businesswomen’s Associaton (HBA) • San Antonio Healthcare & Bioscience Magazine (SA HC+B Magazine) Military Medicine & Research in S.A. AGENDA 7:30 AM—Registration, Breakfast Tacos and Networking 7:55 AM —Opening Remarks and Welcome - Program Chair: Ze’ev Shaked, Ph.D., CEO, Evestra, Inc. 8:00 AM —Plenary Presentations –Unmet Medical Needs in Military Medicine Research 8:00 AM —Air Force: Deborah Niemeyer, Ph.D., [USAF, Ret.], Chief Scientist, Wilford Hall Medical Center 8:30 AM—Army: Lorne Blackbourne, M.D., Colonel, Medical Corps; Commander, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research 9:00 AM—Company/Research Institution Presentations—Co-Chairs: Mary Pat Moyer, Ph.D., CEO and Chief Science Officer, INCELL Corporation, LLC; President, SALSA; Ann Stevens, President, BioMed SA 9:00 AM—Recent advances in the diagnosis of trauma (Andriy Batchinsky, M.D., CMI/US Army) 9:15 AM—Advances in wound healing (Kien Nguyen, Ph.D., Vice President, Global Research, Kinetic Concepts, Inc.) 9:30 AM—Advances in treating burns (Steve Wolf, M.D., US Army, Vice Chair for Research & Professor of Surgery, UT School of Medicine at San Antonio, Department of Surgery, Division of Trauma) 9:45 AM—Recent advances in tissue engineering (Mauli Agrawal, Dean, UTSA College of Engineering, Director, Institute for Bioengineering and Translational Research at UTSA) 10:00 AM—The EZ-IO intraosseous system (Mr. Ruben Trevino, Clinical Application Manager, Vidacare) 10:30 AM—SwRI technology applications for military medicine (Keith Bartels, Ph.D., Manager, Biomedical Engineering Section, Medical Systems Organization, Southwest Research Institute) 10:45 AM—Novel detection and identification of infectious agents (Johnathan Kiel, DVM, Ph.D., Civilian senior scientist for counter proliferation, USAF) 11:00 AM—Monitoring disease trends and advanced diagnostics (Lisa Lott, Ph.D., Chief Scientist, Eagle Research) 11:15 AM—Emerging novel vaccines and prospects (Jean Patterson, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Virology and Immunology at the Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research) 11:30 AM—Readiness and innovative approaches in manufacturing –devices to vaccines to cell therapies (Mary Pat Moyer, Ph.D., CEO and Chief Science Officer, INCELL Corporation, LLC) 12:00 - 1:30 PM—Buffet Lunch and Networking 1:30 - 3:15 PM—Round Table: Expanding and accelerating military medicine contracts to San Antonio institutions and private sector. Co-Chairs: George Irving, D.V.M, M.S., Vice President, S&T Support Services – Conceptual MindWorks, Inc. and Robert Cartledge, Dept. Manager, Warfighter Concepts and Applications – Northrop Grumman Speakers: Alan Peterson, PhD, ABPP, Professor and Chief, Division of Behavioral Medicine; Deputy Chair, Military Collaboration; Department of Psychiatry, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Sharon Smith, Executive Director of the National Trauma Institute, Mark Darrah, Ph.D., Corporate President and CEO, Athena ISG/GTXtreme, John Mogford, Ph.D., Program Manager, Defense Sciences Office, DARPA, David Spencer, President, Texas Intrepid Ventures 3:15-3:30 PM Closing Remarks Special Thanks to Our Sponsors!