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Larta Institute Partners With Burrill & Company to Present the 14th Annual Life Sciences Venture Forum
Date:4/10/2008

etwork of over 25 universities. Larta's practice extends to all corners of the globe, uncovering market-ready innovations spinning out of research institutes and leading R&D centers. Through its dedicated Life Science Practice, Larta Institute works with more than 100 emerging companies every year.

Burrill & Company works exclusively with life sciences companies; through its industry expertise, Burrill & Company gives pioneering companies the tools they need to start strong and maintain growth via venture capital funds, merchant banking and the formation of business development partnerships. Unsurpassed in industry networking, Burrill & Company provides invaluable resources, strategies and years of dedicated experience to promising life sciences companies.

Burrill & Company's specific expertise and breadth of knowledge in life sciences constitute a strong complement to Larta Institute's commercialization assistance practice and industry network. The resources and commitment of both partner organizations will be leveraged to advance the visibility and success of all presenting and exhibiting entrepreneurs at the 2008 Life Sciences Venture Forum.

2008 Life Sciences Venture Forum (May 30, 2008 - Santa Clara Convention Center)

Attendee Registration Registration for the event is $995. Register early to receive a 40% discount. Go to http://www.theventureforum.com/registration.asp.

Credentialed Media: To register for a press pass, please contact Avi Kulokas at akulokas@larta.org or 213-538-1451.

Sponsorship Opportunities For information on sponsorship opportunities contact Carlos Gutierrez at cgutierrez@larta.org or 213-538-1453.

For more information about Larta Institute, please visit http://www.larta.org.

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