Add to Calendar 8/26/2020 8:00:00 AM 8/27/2020 5:00:00 PM 2020 State of Possible Conference

Special thanks to our Platinum Sponsor Morgan Stanley

Registered attendees will receive an email with the subject line “Welcome to the State of Possible Conference 2020 - Event Access Link” from

The State of Possible Conference, MassBio's Annual Meeting, will now be hosted virtually on August 26-27, 2020. Featuring interactive networking and a groundbreaking viewer experience, this event will not be your average webinar.  

We will celebrate what’s possible in our industry and for patients today that wasn’t five or 10 years ago. The two-day event will draw over 600 industry leaders from Massachusetts and beyond to debate the most pressing challenges facing the life sciences to ensure we can continue this incredible success. Attendees will hear from the brightest minds through keynotes, panel discussions and 15-minute Possible Talks®, inspiring and engaging content in the style of a TED Talk.

"It's the Woodstock of Life Sciences, with all-star performers playing their greatest hits all on one stage.” – 2019 State of Possible Conference attendee
If you haven’t attended our State of Possible Conference before, it is the premier east coast life sciences conference. We have some of the brightest names in biotech talking about the issues impacting our industry, covering topics from the realities of precision medicine to advancing new drug targets faster.

To inquire about sponsorship opportunities, contact Laura Rudberg.

2020 State of Possible Conference Refund Policy

NOTE: MassBio makes every effort to accommodate our entire community at each of our events. Please let us know at least 3 days in advance of the event if you require special accommodations, such as captioning.
Online Conference, Link will be sent in advance of the event.
Senior, UMass Amherst and Project Onramp Intern
Judy Luu is a rising senior at the University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass) majoring in psychology and neuroscience. Judy is a first-generation college student and is from Quincy, Massachusetts. At UMass, Judy works as an Undergraduate Research Assistant in a neuroscience lab where she is studying sex differences in the noradrenergic system in rats. She has also worked in a developmental psychology lab in the past, studying the effects of gender bias on young children. In addition, Judy works as a group tutor on campus, providing academic support for students. Last summer, she interned at Biogen in the Human Resources department as a Research and Development Learning Intern. She is back at Biogen this summer, and is very excited to be interning in the Community Lab, a place where she can combine her passion for science with mentorship. After graduation, Judy plans to work in the biotechnology industry for a few years before heading off to graduate school. Her ultimate dream is to receive her doctorate degree in a neuroscience-related field to better the lives of other people through science research and education.

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