From the Alberta Life Technologies Investors Forum, Michael Welsh, Mark Carlson and Cameron Schuller give their insights
AHFMR's Dr. Kevin Keough announces more funding for medical research
AHFMR researcher Dr. Joe Casey explains bicarbonate transport
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ITEM:1TITLE: Michael Welsh, Co-Chair, Alberta Life Technologies Investors Forum
SUBJECT: #213 Alberta Life Technologies Investors Forum: Overview
SYNOPSIS: Biotechnology is an exciting field for innovation, but attracting money to commercialize products is not easy, especially when youíre competing with oil and gas and its easy high returns. Thatís why investors and companies looking For money came together recently at the Second Annual Alberta Life Technologies Investors Forum in Edmonton.
ITEM:2TITLE: Mark Carlson, Investment Analyst, Clarity Capital Corporation
SUBJECT: #213 Alberta Life Technologies Investors Forum: A Venture Capitalist Perspective
ITEM:3TITLE: Cameron Schuler, COO and CFO, New Era Nutrition
SUBJECT: #213 Alberta Life Technologies Investors Forum: A Company Perspective
ITEM:4TITLE: Dr. Kevin Keough, President and CEO, Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research
SUBJECT: #213 AHFMR Announces Increased Funding For Awards
SYNOPSIS: The Alberta Heritage Foundation For Medical Research will pump Even more money into the health Sciences, with hopes of making Alberta THE place to do medical Research.
ITEM:5TITLE: Dr. Joe Casey, Professor, Physiology and Biochemistry, University of Alberta and AHFMR Researcher
SUBJECT: #213 AHFMR Supports Research on Bicarbonate Transport
SYNOPSIS: AHFMR researcher Dr. Joe Casey talks about his discoveries about cellular bicarbonate transport.