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Daniel Seaton

Daniel Seaton is Manager of Event & Health Communications, working on communications for BIO’s events and health care policy issues. Prior to joining BIO in August 2013, he spent four years in communications at the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America. The best part of his job is educating audiences about the many benefits the bioscience industry produces for patients, consumers, and the economy as a whole. Daniel enjoys hiking, camping, and, when he can find a game, playing bridge. Having grown up in New Mexico, one of his favorite foods is roasted green chile. He is currently finishing up a Master’s degree in communications at Georgetown University.

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BIO 2015 – Call for Sessions Extended

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It’s not too late to submit a session proposal for the 2015 BIO International Convention. We’ve just extended the submission deadline until Wednesday, October 8th at 5:00 pm EDT. All ideas are welcome! We seek proposals that reflect current trends and novel ideas in all focus areas Business Development & Finance Biomedical Technology: Research & Development Digital Health General Biotechnology Interest Intellectual Property Value, Market Access & Commercialization View the full list here. If you’d Read More >

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Members of Congress Agree: Reg A+ Rules Need National Standard

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We’ve written before about the importance of implementing Title IV of the JOBS Act (commonly referred to as the “Reg A+” provision) in a way that will best encourage biotech capital formation. BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood also discussed the issue in an op-ed at Forbes last week. At issue is whether the SEC will set a national standard for the review of Reg A+ offerings or instead subject companies to the labyrinth that Read More >

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What to Watch: Vaccines – Calling the Shots

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Recently, PBS’s NOVA had an episode on the reemergence of diseases (including measles, whooping cough, and mumps) that had previously been largely eradicated in the US by vaccines, in part because nervous parents are skipping their children’s shots. At least ten percent of parents delay or skip some recommended vaccines, and one percent don’t vaccinate at all. What’s driving people away, and what are the consequences? Those are the questions explored in Vaccines — Calling Read More >

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FierceBiotech Names 2014 Fierce 15

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FierceBiotech released their much-anticipated 2014 Fierce 15 list today, their annual list of private biotech upstarts to watch. We’ll be hearing from three of them at next month’s BIO Investor Forum, October 7-8 in San Francisco: Adaptimmune and Sutro Biopharma will be making company presentations, and Editas Medicine CEO Katrine Bosley will participate as a panelist in one of our therapeutic workshops, Gene Therapy Ascending? Today’s Advancements Over Past Hurdles. Here’s the scoop on each, Read More >

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Jim Greenwood: Biopharma Answers the Call for Cures

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Recently, BIO President and CEO Jim Greenwood participated in a roundtable hosted by Congressman Joe Pitts (PA-16) to discuss new ways to expedite new cures for patients in need. C-SPAN covered the event, which may be viewed below:    Yesterday The Hill published an op-ed by Jim which spells out in more detail one of BIO’s proposals to accelerate new cures and treatments: I propose the development and execution of a large-scale, longitudinal study to Read More >

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