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Coulter Investment Forum at Cleveland Clinic Innovation Summit

While 2019 marks the 17th year of the Cleveland Clinic Medical Innovation Summit and the fifth Coulter Investment Forum, this year marks the first time both events will be presented together.

The summit, held Monday, Oct. 21, will feature AMP’D Arena in the Global Center for Health Innovation in downtown Cleveland, a startup competition that will showcase 40 innovative startup companies that are leading the way in best-in-class health care technology. Half of these companies will come from the Case-Coulter Translational Research Partnership at Case Western Reserve University and partner Coulter programs (Columbia, Drexel, Duke, Georgia Tech/Emory, Johns Hopkins, Michigan, Missouri, Stanford, and Virginia and Miami).

The forum also will feature keynote speakers and panelists geared to the health care investment community. 

The theme of the Medical Innovation Summit is “Caring for Every Life through Innovation.” The program includes nearly 200 speakers leading international health care innovation, including several from Case Western Reserve University.

This year, there is an opportunity for students to attend the Medical Innovation Summit for $99 (sessions only). The normal registration fee is $1,199. The affiliated Cleveland Medical Hackathon is Oct. 19 and 20 at the Global Center for Health Innovation. This 24-hour session is an opportunity for students, developers, designers, investors, engineers, researchers and community members help address some of health care’s most pressing issues. Register to participate in the hackathon.