Sarepta Therapeutics Ribbon-Cutting

Monday, June 2 2014
10:00 am

Location: Athenaeum Building Lobby, 215 First Street, Cambridge, MA

Please join us on June 2nd as Sarepta Therapeutics, a developer of innovative RNA-based therapeutics, officially opens its new global headquarters with a grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony and reception in Cambridge.

During the ceremony, distinguished guests will highlight the unique capacity of the Massachusetts life sciences community to cultivate breakthrough science, provide access to a highly skilled workforce, and foster new hope for patients with rare and serious diseases.

 In addition, Sarepta will host a reception and provide guided tours of its new headquarters and laboratory facilities, which now supports Sarepta’s rapidly growing Massachusetts-based workforce.

Distinguished Guests include:

The Honorable Edward Markey, U.S. Senate

The Honorable Michael E. Capuano, U.S. House of Representatives

The Honorable David P. Maher, Mayor of Cambridge

The Honorable Sal N. DiDomenico, Massachusetts Senate

The Honorable Timothy J. Toomey, Jr., Massachusetts House of Representatives

The Honorable Carlo P. Basile, Massachusetts House of Representatives

Robert K. Coughlin, President and CEO, MassBio

Angus McQuilken, Vice President, Massachusetts Life Sciences Center

Patient Advocates, Duchenne muscular dystrophy and rare disease communities

Chris Garabedian, President and CEO, Sarepta Therapeutics

Representatives from our local life sciences community

And most importantly, patients and families from the Duchenne community

 

 

Program Agenda

10:00 AM: WELCOME & INTRODUCTION TO SAREPTA THERAPEUTICS

10:05 AM: REMARKS FROM DISTINGUISHED GUESTS

10:25 AM: RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY

10:30 AM: RECEPTION AND GUIDED TOURS OF SAREPTA HQ AND LABORATORY

 

Please RSVP by Wednesday May 28th.


Parking will be validated for guests who park in the garage at 245 First Street (Enter via
Athenaeum Street).

 

 

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