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THRiVE 2022: Building the Bioscience Ecosystem to Shape the Future

THRiVE is Virginia Bio’s largest statewide event.

Thursday, April 28, 2022
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM (EDT)

* Registration open until 4/28/22 at 12:00 AM (EST)

Event Details

THRiVE 2022 is around the corner. Organized in partnership with the Roanoke-Blacksburg Technology Council (RBTC), the Regional Accelerator and Mentoring Program (RAMP) and the Valleys Innovation Council (VIC), as well as the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute, the Carilion Clinic, and the VTC Innovation Fund, in Roanoke, VA this conference will highlight the many accomplishments and the significant players of the last three years.

Join us in Roanoke, VA, on April 28 to learn about dozens of exciting new companies and technologies under development in Virginia and meet the people behind them.

Hotel: If you plan on staying in Roanoke, we encourage you to book a room at Hotel Roanoke (540-985-5900).


THRiVE is Virginia Bio’s largest statewide event. It is a conference that brings together the leading researchers from biomedical research universities and health systems, entrepreneurs, startups and emerging bioscience companies from the state. Envisioned as an opportunity to network and learn, THRiVE welcomes and connects the myriad of life science subgroups – from pharmaceutical to medical device, from agriculture to informatics, from digital health to industrial bio.

For More Information:

Caron Trumbo
Virginia Bio
Do you want the chance to meet one-on-one with funding organizations that will be present at THRiVE

Please complete the meeting request form by Monday, April 25th and your information will be submitted to the appropriate contact(s).

**Specific names/organizations could be adjusted at any time.

We look forward to seeing you at THRiVE 2022 on April 28th!

NOTICE: In-person attendance may require masks be worn and proof of your vaccination, either by physical, copy or clear photographic image of your card. All current COVID-19 guidelines laid out by the CDC, Governor Youngkin and/or any additional governing body may be followed