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May 9, 2022 - May 10, 2022$49 – $499
Health Supernova, presented by UT Dallas and UT Southwestern Medical Center, is the premier event to catalyze the health tech community in Texas and beyond. Capital Factory is bringing the full power of their network to spark meaningful connections among innovators at the newest center of gravity for biotech innovation – Pegasus Park.
Health Supernova is the place to be for founders and other passionate leaders working in the health tech sector who want in on market opportunities. It will be held at Pegasus Park in Dallas on Monday, May 9, and Tuesday, May 10. Tickets can be purchased here.
On May 9, join Capital Factory for the Dallas Startup Crawl and special Pegasus Park LAUNCH to kick off the very first Health Supernova. It is a fantastic chance to get visibility in the Dallas startup community, launch your product or practice your pitch, and get an inside look at what’s happening across the health and biotech+ ecosystem. Register here.
On May 10, inspiring health tech thought leaders and experts are on the lineup to speak at Health Supernova 2022, presented by UT Dallas and UT Southwestern Medical Center. A schedule and list of speakers can be found here.
With tracks focused on Medical Devices, Digital Health, and Genesis of Prevention, get in on this action-packed experience of networking and exploring the hottest topics and trends in health and biotech.
Learn more at healthsupernova.com.
Pegasus Park is a 750,000 square-foot mixed-use lab and office campus, developed by J. Small Investments and Montgomery Street Partners in partnership with Lyda Hill Philanthropies, and is strategically located in Dallas’ rapidly expanding Innovation District between the Dallas Design District and the Southwestern Medical District. The Biotech+ Hub at Pegasus Park welcomes all sources of life sciences and healthcare innovation to prevent, detect, and treat diseases and promote health and wellbeing. Pegasus Park also houses the Convene conference center, social impact hub called Water Cooler, commercial tenants, and several entertainment and dining venues.