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Policy on Tap
Unwind at Policy on Tap! Join the Grand Rapids Chamber on Thursday, August 26 atop Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine in the Secchia Center Rooftop Garden for mingling with elected officials from across the political spectrum.
Home to two advanced GE PETtrace 890 cyclotrons, the Doug Meijer Medical Innovation Building within MSU’s College of Human Medicine recently became the world’s most modern and advanced dual-cyclotron radiopharmacy. Joining us to share more about the partnership and its impact on the growing medical innovation industry in Grand Rapids is Dr. Anthony Chang, Founder & CEO of BAMF Health, and Michigan State Senator Winnie Brinks.
Thursday, August 26
4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine: Secchia Center Rooftop Garden
15 Michigan St NE, 8th Floor
Members: $0 / Non-Members: $25
Meet the Speakers
Senator Winnie Brinks, Michigan Senate District 29
Senator Brinks was first elected to the Michigan Senate’s 29th District in 2018. Previously, Brinks served in the Michigan House of Representatives. She currently serves on the Energy & Technology, Environmental Quality, Health Policy and Human Services committees.
Brinks grew up on a dairy farm. She is a graduate of Calvin College where she studied Spanish with a concentration in sociology. She currently lives in Grand Rapids with her husband, Steve and her three daughters.
Dr. Anthony Chang, Founder & CEO, BAMF Health
Dr. Chang is an accomplished scientific leader and educator, as well as a recipient of the Grand Rapids Business Journal’s 40 under 40 award. He is also the founder and CEO of BAMF Health headquartered in the Doug Meijer Medical Innovation Building in Grand Rapids.
In addition to founding BAMF, Dr. Chang has extensive experience with imaging technology, including successfully building a modern multimodality Small Animal Imaging Facility. He received his PhD in Medical Physics with a specialization in Diagnostic Imaging Physics from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.