Life Sciences Network
Join the MetroWest
Life Sciences Network
for a Fall Networking Event
Mix and mingle with life science professionals from MetroWest and beyond in the Biotech, Pharma and Medtech industries. There will be free appetizers and drinks during this event.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Date: Thursday, September 14th 2023
Time: 4:30 – 7:30 PM
22 Strathmore Rd., Natick, MA 01760
Building MedTech Synergies at Olympus’ World-Class Corporate Campus
Dozens of attendees pulled up in a touring bus to the Olympus Westborough campus, to learn the Massachusetts approach to medtech ecosystems. The tour, coordinated by MetroWest Life Sciences Network (Boston, Mass.) and medtech company Olympus (Westborough, Mass.) included dignitaries such as vice-presidents and managers from medtech companies in the European Union, Asia and South America , with a focus on the technology and innovation that the company offers the region.
Advancing the life sciences community
in Boston's MetroWest
The MetroWest Life Sciences Network is a regional collaboration of healthcare and life science-based organizations, municipalities, and economic and business development organizations located in Boston’s MetroWest.
Companies in the life sciences industry face a variety of common business issues, including regulatory, intellectual property, research, and reimbursement. MetroWest Life Sciences Network Association (the Association) was formed to be the central voice to both protect and advance the interests of its member life sciences companies. Specifically, the Association was formed to promote the common business interests of its members by promoting the image of the industry as a whole, to serve as a central, unified voice for companies in the life sciences industry, and to monitor legislative activities at both a federal and state level and report any developments to its members. The Association will accomplish these goals through a variety of activities including educational as well as advocacy and communications to members. Education will take the form of seminars and the preparation of materials for members designed to address common issues facing members. Advocacy services will include lobbying on issues relating to members’ common business interests, communicating with regulators, and educating regulators and legislators on matters of importance to the industry.
Membership in the Association will be available to any company in the life sciences industry. Financial support will be primarily in the form of membership dues.