Join Dr. Anne Klibanski at the Wall Street Journal Health Forum this March

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The Wall Street Journal is pleased to announce that its annual Health Forum will reconvene in person for the first time since 2019–on March 6 at The Westin Copley Place, Boston. Now in its sixth year, the forum gathers an influential group of senior executives and practitioners from across the sector, including stakeholders from the worlds of finance and venture capital, law, government and academia.

Past attendees include the CEOs of AmerisourceBergen, Intuition Robotics, Mayo Clinic and Zocdoc; the chief strategy officer of Atrium Health; the chief scientific officer of Caribou Biosciences; a venture partner of GV and more. See who attends here.

This year, the WSJ Health Forum will explore how the science and business of health is changing–and where it’s going next. You’ll participate in lively conversations on the topics making headlines, ranging from advances in drug development to the new economic realities facing hospitals and health systems, investment outlooks and much more. View the program.

Already confirmed speakers include Mass General Brigham president and CEO Anne Klibanski, MD,  Biogen CEO Christopher Viehbacher, CVS Health chief medical officer Sree Chaguturu, Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel, One Medical CEO Amir Dan Rubin, Ro CEO Zach Reitano,  Andreessen Horowitz general partner Vineeta Agarwala and more.

Request your invitation here. Can’t join us in Boston? Register today for your complimentary virtual access, using code MGB.

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