May 9-10, 2022 | Pegasus Park, Dallas
Connect at the nexus
of biotech+ innovation
Health Supernova, presented by UT Dallas and UT Southwestern Medical Center, is the premier event to catalyze the health tech community in Texas and beyond. We’re bringing the full power of Capital Factory’s network to spark meaningful connections among innovators at our newest center of gravity for biotech innovation — Pegasus Park.
Get smart on biotech+ innovations and the hottest topics in health today — and tomorrow — with three tracks of learning.
With the global healthcare market expected to reach $665B by 2028, discover the growing role that human augmentation and robotics will play in the future of health.
Learn how innovations in healthcare accessibility can bridge advances in informatics and technology with applications in clinical practice and equality in the patient experience.
Genesis of Prevention
Preventative care and early diagnosis not only save lives, they save billions. See what tech will be essential for preventing serious medical problems before they become major ones.
Check Out These Special Events
Be among the first to take advantage of Capital Factory’s brand new space at Pegasus Park in Dallas, the heart of the Texas biotech scene, with these special Health Supernova events.
Dallas Startup Crawl
We’re bringing the party in celebration of the Dallas startup scene and our Pegasus Park LAUNCH. Get visibility into the startup community, launch your product or practice your pitch, and take an inside look at what’s churning across the ecosystem during the best party of the year.
Biotech+ Investment Showcase
Together with BioLabs, McKesson, and BCBSTX C1 Innovation Lab, we are excited to announce a biotech+ investment showcase at Health Supernova! Five digital health, medical device, and biotech startups will pitch for the chance to join Capital Factory and receive up to $100,000 in investment.
Plug Into High-Energy Experts
With unmatched access across our ecosystem, walk away with insights on health and biotech priorities from academic, industry, and government thought leaders who define the space.