We are getting really excited about our upcoming What’s Hot in Boston Healthtech event, which is set for next Thursday (Nov. 17) at the Broad Institute in Kendall Square. But now it has gotten even more exciting because we will be raffling off a whole genome sequence to one of our lucky attendees.
The sequencing ($1,000 value) is being donated by Veritas Genetics, a startup co-founded by legendary geneticist George Church of Harvard and MIT. To be eligible, you just have to be at our event and enter—we will have a drawing on the spot. The insights that result from a whole genome sequencing could prove extremely valuable in living healthier, longer, and hopefully healthier longer.
You can see more details about the event and purchase your tickets here. If you act right away, you can save $155 on regular registration with our Procrastinator’s Special.
Even without the chance to get your whole genome sequenced, we are sure it will be worth it. We have a great lineup of speakers exploring healthtech across a wide continuum—and who knows, maybe we can get into a meaningful discussion about the future of Obamacare under the incoming Republican administration. Or even if it has a future.
Again, you can find the full agenda and register here. See you next Thursday.