In 2011, the New York Academy of Sciences launched the Life Sciences Angel Network (LSAN) to serve New York City and tri-state area scientists and entrepreneurs looking to fund and promote innovation. The mission is to provide young life sciences companies with financial and operational support, sector-specific mentorship, and access to a broad network of investors and entrepreneurs for subsequent institutional financing.
While the Academy carries on as a Founding Partner and continues its proud relationship, LSAN became an independent organization as of January 2012.
What does that mean for investors, entrepreneurs, and/or partners?
- The LSAN Program is running exactly the same way as it has before, without any material effect on those involved.
- There are no changes to the philosophy of the group or to the schedule of events, fees and procedures.
To learn more about LSAN, please contact Milena Adamian, Director, Life Sciences Angel Network, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or email email@example.com.
Milena Adamian, MD
Founder & Executive Director, Life Sciences Angel Network