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Caitlin Kennedy

Caitlin Kennedy is a Manager in BIO’s Communications Department. She is a long-time native of the Washington, D.C. area and has worked at BIO since 2009.

Caitlin graduated the University of Delaware, where she studied Political Science, Criminal Justice, and Veterinary Medicine. Caitlin has worked at such organizations as The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Office of Communications and Quinn, Gillespie & Associates, Public Affairs.

What Caitlin likes best about BIO is working to bring awareness to the most recent and innovative therapies that can help save the lives of patients while bringing down the costs of health care.

She spends her free time working out to Shaun T’s Fitness DVDs, enjoying Jonah Hill’s authoritative guidance in the epicurean delights, and going on adventures with her dogs Murphy and Seamus.

Latest Posts

NIFA Addresses Leveraging Research Funding in Animal Biotechnology

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“We do need biotechnology as a tool!” – Dr. Sonny Ramaswamy Dr. Sonny Ramaswamy was appointed to serve as director of the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) on May 7, 2012. In his presentation, “Leveraging Research Money in Animal Biotechnology,” Dr. Ramaswamy spoke on finding the nexus between measurable health outcomes and leveraging research funding at the 2014 Livestock Biotech Summit. “You may have the best technology at your hands but unable Read More >

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A Hungry Person Today Only has One Problem to Solve

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Dr. Richard Raymond, former USDA undersecretary of agriculture for food safety provided the opening keynote for the 2014 Livestock Biotech Summit on September 16. In his presentation “Agriculture Needs Safe Technologies to Feed a Growing and Hungry Worlds”, Dr. Raymond discussed the public perception verse the reality of animal agriculture. He opened by commenting on the growing sensationalism exhibited by the media, especially in social media, calling them “noise makers”. “Food scares are easy to Read More >

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2014 LBS: Improving Communications Around Animal Biotech

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Day 1 of BIO’s 2014 Livestock Biotech Summit began with a wonderful opening presentation by BIO’s own Cathy Enright, Executive Vice President of Food and Agriculture. Enright discussed that while genetic engineering has been around for years, it is more publicly accepted when used as part of biomedical applications but controversial when learned that it can be used in food production. In her presentation, “GMOs - Changing the Conversation,” she argued on the importance of being transparent with the public and to not Read More >

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IP Rights to Newsworthy Keynotes, BIO Takes a Fresh Look into Animal Biotech

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September 16-18, 2014, at the Sioux Falls Convention Center in Sioux Falls, SD BIO will showcase a series of unique sessions at this year’s Livestock Biotech Summit, including a panel highlighting the value of intellectual property in animal biotechnology. Polsinelli PC will sponsor two sessions, one on the importance of protecting patent rights to help spur innovation and the second on utilizing biotechnology to better human and animal health. BIO’s Livestock Biotech Summit will be Read More >

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Summit to Explore Livestock Biotech Advances

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Brenda Schmidt reported for the Sioux Falls Argus Leader on the upcoming BIO Livestock Biotech Summit: A former undersecretary of agriculture for food safety, Richard Raymond, will be a keynote speaker at this year’s Livestock Biotech Summit in Sioux Falls. In addition, James Murray, professor of animal science and population health at the University of California at Davis, also will give a key presentation. Gov. Dennis Daugaard will welcome those in attendance. The summit will Read More >

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