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NHHPC Workshop: Innovation through Co-Development - Engaging Partners
April 9, 2014

[image-69][image-85][image-101][image-117][image-51][image-133]The next workshop and networking event for NHHPC members will be held in Houston, TX, September 17-18 on Innovation through Co-Development:  Engaging Partners.  Confirmed speakers include Dr. Ellen Ochoa, Director of Johnson Space Center; Dr. Scott Parazynski—astronaut, Everest climber, physician and innovator; Mr. Gene Kranz, leader of the “Tiger Team” of flight directors who brought the Apollo 13 spaceship safely back to Earth, and Mr. Dwayne Spradlin, CEO, Health Data Consortium.  The program also includes a panel discussion, interactive breakout sessions, and a networking event.  The networking reception will be held on the evening of  Wednesday, September 17 at the BioScience Research Collaborative at Rice University campus.  The day-long workshop for NHHPC members will be hosted by the Houston Technology Center in its Houston Midtown Conference Center on Thursday, September 18. Please save the date—more details to come! 
 

Speaker Biographies
>  Mr. Gene Kranz (PDF)
>  Dr. Ellen Ochoa
>  Dr. Scott Parazynski
>  Mr. Dwayne Spradlin (PDF)
 

Workshop Information:
>  Houston Technology Center Midtown
>  Houston Technology Center Parking Map (PDF)
>  Hotels Near Houston Technology Center

 

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Houston Technology Center Midtown
Named by Forbes' as one of "Ten Technology Incubators Changing the World" the Houston Technology Center is the largest technology business incubator and accelerator in Texas.
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Dr. Ellen Ochoa
Dr. Ellen Ochoa, Director, Johnson Space Center.
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Mr. Gene Kranz
Mr. Gene Kranz
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Dr. Scott Parazynski
Dr. Scott Parazynski
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Mr. Dwayne Spradlin
Mr. Dwayne Spradlin
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BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC)
The BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC) is an innovative space where scientists and educators from Rice University and other Texas Medical Center institutions work together to perform leading research that benefits human medicine and health.
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