About

Our annual conference for the life sciences community of the Mid-Atlantic will be held in two parts this year to accommodate our growing and diversifying membership, while being sensitive to cost and your time away from the office.

Life Sciences Future – MedTech will be held July 10, 2019 and will include the most popular conference features, but will focus on various topics within the medical device, diagnostics, and digital health industries.

Life Sciences Future – MedTech
Sheraton Valley Forge Hotel
King of Prussia, PA

Complimentary valet parking and self parking will both be available at the Sheraton Valley Forge Hotel.

Life Sciences Pennsylvania’s mission is to ensure Pennsylvania is the United States hub for the life sciences by creating a business and public policy environment which fosters life sciences growth and success.

Who We Are

Life Sciences PA was founded 30 years ago by a group of Biotech CEOs. Today it’s grown to represent the entire life sciences industry – medical device companies, pharmaceutical companies, investment organizations, academic institutions, and a myriad of service industries that support the life sciences in Pennsylvania.

What We Do

Life Sciences Pennsylvania (LSPA) is the statewide trade association for the Commonwealth’s life sciences community.  Founded in 1989, we work to ensure Pennsylvania has a business and public policy climate that unites and incentivizes all facets of the state’s diverse life sciences economy.

LSPA represents biotechnology, medical device, diagnostic, pharmaceutical, research, and investment entities, along with myriad service providers that support the industry.  Together, we unify Pennsylvania’s innovators to make the Commonwealth a global life sciences leader.


About Pennsylvania’s Life Sciences Industry

Pennsylvania is a national leader in the life sciences industry and home to a cohesive community that unites biotechnology, medical device and diagnostics, pharmaceuticals, healthcare IT, digital health, contract research organizations, academic research institutions and holds significant financial strength. The new model of the life sciences industry and evolving landscape present opportunities to link scientists, entrepreneurs, funding, programs, and policy makers in creating solutions and policies that will grow and sustain the innovation infrastructure – launching new companies and creating jobs that have significant impact to human health globally.