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Q4 2019


2019 Year in Review

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  • CLSI Second International Showcase | Read More 
  • CLSI’s FAST International Program Welcomes Australian and Canadian Startups and Emerging Companies | Read More
  • UC Berkeley Ups Its Commitment to Life Sciences Innovation | Read More
  • Reservoir Neurosciences the Winner of 2019 CA Jumpstart Grant by PharmaDirections | Read More 

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Entrepreneurship Upcoming Events

1/14 | San Francisco, RESI Conference San Francisco

1/15 | CLSA Reception at JP Morgan Healthcare Conference (Invitation Only)

1/21 | San Francisco, CLSI Buzz Networking Event

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 Education & Career Development 

  • Support the Next Generation of Life Science Leaders | Read More
  • CLSI Women Life Science Executives Dinners Bring Women Leaders and Startup Founders Together | Read More
  • Meeting the New Demand for Digital Health Talent | Read More



  • 2/3 | South San Francisco, Leadership EDGE for Women, Vision as a Leadership Tool
  • 3/2-3 | South San Francisco, Leadership EDGE for Women, Executive Presence: Courage, Credibility and Visibility
  • 3/11-23 | South San Francisco, From the Laboratory To Leadership
  • 4/6 | South San Francisco, Leadership EDGE for Women, Finding Your Authentic Leadership Style
  • 5/4 | South San Francisco, Leadership EDGE for Women, Finding Your Authentic Leadership Style


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California Life Sciences Institute (CLSI) supports the foundations of innovation that have made California home to the world’s most prominent life sciences ecosystem. Our mission is to maintain California’s leadership in life sciences innovation through support of entrepreneurship, education and career development. CLSI also serves as an accelerator for CARB-X, the world’s largest public-private partnership devoted to early stage antibacterial R&D.

CLSI is an affiliate of the California Life Sciences Association (CLSA), which represents California’s leading life sciences organizations. The California Life Sciences Institute is a non-profit 501(c)(3), and was established in 1990 as the BayBio Institute.