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ZINO Society Spurring Investments, 12 Life Sciences Companies to Vie for $50,000 ZINO Life Fund
Date:2/10/2009

SEATTLE, Feb. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- A $50,000 investment fund will be awarded to the best investment opportunity at the ZINO Society and Washington Biotechnology and Biomedical Association inaugural ZINO Life: Life Sciences Investment Forum, to be held February 24, 2009, 2:00-6:00pm at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Seattle.

Accredited investors, entrepreneurs, and business leaders are invited to attend the ZINO Life: Life Sciences Investment Forum. There will be seven minute presentations by 12 life sciences (medical devices, therapeutics, bio- technology, healthcare IT and diagnostics) entrepreneurs for the 75-100 people attending. "All entrepreneurs are competing for a $50,000 investment fund that we have put together among a few ZINO Society angel investors. Of course in addition to the fund, any of these investors or other interested investors are welcome to invest directly with any presenting company," remarked Cathi Hatch, ZINO Society Founder and CEO.

VIP speakers and panelists include Bruce Montgomery of Gilead, Bruce Carter, previously CEO of Zymogenetics, Stewart Parker, previously CEO of Targeted Genetics and Alan Smith of Fenwick &West.

                        ZINO Life Presenting Companies

    Company                 Key Contact             Website
    Amplyx Pharmaceuticals  Mitchell Mutz, Chief    www.amplyx.com
                             Science Officer
    Calcionics              Chip Jacobs, President  www.calcionics.com
                             & CEO
    Carbon Nanoprobes       Brian Ruby, CEO         www.cnprobes.com
    Clario                  Chris Wood, CEO         www.clariomedical.com
    Clarity Health Services Jeff Theil, Founder     www.clarityhealth.com
    Dimera                  R. Kent Hermsmeyer,     www.dimera.net
                             President
    Impel NeuroPharma       Michael Hite, CEO       www.impelneuropharma.com
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