VIP Reception at The Connected Insight Summit 2013: Breakthroughs Fueled By Network Science

Tuesday, October 8 2013
6:15 pm – 7:30 pm

Location: Charles Hotel Ballroom in Cambridge

As a leader in the biopharma industry, Activate Networks, would like to extend an invitation to its exclusive complimentary VIP Reception, for thought leaders on leveraging physician social networks to solve the biggest problems facing biopharma companies, on Tuesday, October 8th from 6:15 pm to 7:30 pm at the Charles Hotel Ballroom in Cambridge.

Join the VIP Reception to learn about advances in mapping physician professional social networks in the real world and online and about leveraging the power of social influence for pharma sales targeting optimization. 

The VIP Reception's honored guests include:

  • Laszlo Barabasi, PhD, Executive Director of the Center for Complex Networks Research at Northeastern University – one of the world's leading network scientists
  • Larry Miller, MD, CEO, Activate Networks – founder of Activate Networks, Inc., and one of the original pioneers of research on real-world physician social networks
  • Nate Gross, MD, MBA, co-founder of Doximity, the leading physician online social network, an expert on physician social networks online

We hope you will join us for an engaging evening of networking, cocktails, and hors d’oeuvres. The VIP Reception is part of The Connected Insight Summit 2013: Breakthroughs Fueled By Network Science, the world's premier conference on leveraging the power of real-world social networks to solve the biggest problems in business and healthcare, which is being held Oct. 8-9 at the Charles Hotel in Cambridge. The Connected Insight Summit is hosted by Activate Networks, Inc.

There is no charge for attending the VIP Reception on Tue. Oct. 8 from 6:15 pm to 7:30 pm. The Connected Insight Summit 2013 is sold out. If you are interested in attending the VIP Reception, please RSVP to  MCallahan@ActivateNetworks.net

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