Steve Burrill, Mark Modzelewski, Elizabeth Hutt, Anne Koph-Sill, and John Todd | GenomeWeb

The Council for Entrepreneurial Development said this week that Steve Burrill, CEO of life sciences merchant bank Burrill & Co. and board member at Galapagos Genomics, will speak at Biotech 2004.

Biotech 2004 is being presented by CED along with the North Carolina Biosciences Organization and the Biotechnology Industry Organization. It is scheduled for May 26-27 in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.

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