The Charles River Regional Chamber will host a virtual panel discussion focusing on the future of the life science sector in the area, development and more.
“The Value of Life Science Development and Future Impact,” will take place on Thursday, April 13, from 11 a.m. to noon via Zoom. The event is free and open to members & nonmembers.
The Chamber provided the following description:
There’s been plenty of worrisome headlines about the fate of Greater Boston’s life science sector. An oversaturated real estate market? Declining stock values and IPOs? Layoffs? And now a banking crisis?
Join our panel of industry experts as we assess how the life science sector is doing but also explore what’s happening inside our region’s biolabs — and the work taking place behind closed doors — as we forecast for the future of the life science ecosystem in our region.
Jeff Behrens, Founder & CEO at LabShares Newton
Robert Coughlin, Managing Director, Life Science and Healthcare at JLL
Sarah MacDonald, President, Life Science Cares, Boston
Watertown is no longer a neighborhood town. It is a city that is now full with labs. High rent prices, food prices, and taxes. As a lifelong resident and homeowner I am really thinking about moving out if my home town.
Watertown should stayed a town.