MHSRS Abstracts and Participation Webinar

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12:00 pm  – 1:00 pm  EST


Learn tips for MHSRS abstract submission and DoD funding opportunities for life science & biotech companies!

Register today for the G2G Annual MHSRS Abstracts and Participation Webinar.

The 2024 Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS), typically held in August at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Kissimmee, Florida, is the Department of Defense’s foremost scientific meeting. This annual military medical research meeting, drawing upwards of 4,000 attendees, is the premier military or civilian meeting that focuses specifically on the unique medical needs of the Warfighter.

With the call for MHSRS conference abstracts open until February 21 (midnight EST) and descriptions for breakout sessions posted, join GTG for tips on how to make your abstract standout to reviewers, an in-depth discussion on preparing now to attend and maximize participation at the conference, plus hear from a former DoD research program funding director with expert advice on engaging effectively with the military and government.

COL (retired) Stuart Tyner, PhD – former Director, Military Infectious Disease Research Program (MIDRP); Chair, Joint Program Committee-2 (JPC-2); Director, DHA Infectious Diseases Portfolio
Liz Powell, ESQ., MPH – Founder & President, G2G Consulting
Greg Kapcar, MPA – Vice President, G2G Consulting
Aditya Girish, PhD – Government Affairs Manager & Biosciences Coordinator, G2G Consulting

Join this annual GTG webinar for:
• Insights into successfully submitting abstracts to elevate your company’s visibility and profile at the 2024 Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS) conference
• Expert advice from a former DoD research program funding director on how to effectively engage and partner with DoD principal investigators and other government collaborators
• An advanced look at the Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) conference to be held in May, another opportunity for life science and tech companies to engage with the DoD funding community
• Other tips for life science and tech companies trying to work with the military and access non-dilutive funding