Join LPA Members and colleagues at the
LPA Speaker Series Breakfast at Pittcon 2018!
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
7:00 - 8:30 AM
Orange County Convention Center
REGISTRATION IS FULL
$149 for LPA Members; $169 for Non-Members
Log in to see who's attending!
The LPA is pleased to welcome back Joshua Waldman, PhD, of the Cleveland Research Company, who will again be the presenter at the Pittcon Speaker Series Breakfast on Wednesday morning.
Josh will discuss the following:
1. Overview of 2017 performance – An overview of how the markets performed in the prior year (2017) with a focus on major end markets and geographies. He will review the major themes that Cleveland Research believes influenced demand through the year.
2. 2018 Outlook – 2018 outlook by end market and geography highlighting the markets they believe members could expect to accelerate or decelerate vs. the prior year. He will touch on the catalyst that they believe could create upside or downside to growth in the end markets vs. the prior year.
3. Amazon in the Life Science Industry – Provide the audience with an overview of where they see Amazon in the lab currently. He will highlight the opportunities and risks that customers have identified as it relates to broadening their relationship with Amazon in lab distribution and discuss other healthcare markets that Amazon appears to be pursuing.
Registration is limited. Be sure to register soon as you don’t want to miss this very insightful presentation.
About the speaker:
Josh is currently a Research Associate at the research firm, Cleveland Research Company (CRC) where he and his team are responsible for coverage of the Life Science, Managed Care and Ophthalmology industries. Prior to CRC, Josh held a business development position at Forest Labs (now Allergan) in addition to working with several early stage biotech start-ups where he held both business development and benchtop research positions. Josh holds a PhD in Biomedical Sciences with a focus on transplantation immunology, and an MBA from the University of Toledo. He completed his undergraduate work in biochemistry at Bowling Green State University.