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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 recently completed a Master’s degree in communications at Georgetown University.

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The Power of Innovation

Breast Cancer

Today’s “Fox and Friends” included an informative segment about the staggering advances being made in cancer care thanks to new and forthcoming innovative treatments. The segment featured five doctors from the Sarah Cannon Research Institute, a Nashville-based research organization that partners with biopharmaceutical companies to offer more than 500 clinical trials annually. “Over 40 years since President Nixon declared the War on Cancer, and after decades of giving more drugs and more radiation, we’re now Read More >

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Monday, June 15th Declared “BIO Superhero Day” in Philadelphia

press-conference

On Thursday, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter declared Monday, June 15th “BIO Superhero Day” in the City of Philadelphia in honor of the BIO International Convention’s Everyday Superhero contest, which celebrates the contributions of the men and women of biotechnology who work tirelessly each day to heal, fuel and feed the world. Joining Jim and Mayor Nutter were Pennsylvania Bio President Chris Molineaux, Philadelphia Convention Visitor’s Bureau President Jack Ferguson, and Molly Gatto, Director of Program Services Read More >

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Dr. Eric Topol to Keynote Wednesday Luncheon at #BIO2015

Dr. Eric Topol

This week, we are very excited to announce that Dr. Eric J. Topol, director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute, will be joining us as a luncheon at this year’s BIO International Convention in Philadelphia. Dr. Topol’s keynote address will take place on Wednesday, June 17th from 12:00 – 1:30 pm EDT. Voted the #1 Most Influential Physician Executive in the United States in a poll conducted by Modern Healthcare, Topol is also one of Read More >

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What to Watch: Emperor of All Maladies; Killing Cancer

Annie Cavanagh. Wellcome Images

Cancer is a disease which affects almost 1.7 million people each year in America, and is the fastest growing disease on Earth. Two television shows this week explore the history of the complex illness, as well as recent treatment advances that are providing new hope for many patients. The first is a television adaptation of Siddhartha Mukherjee’s The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Nonfiction. The TV Read More >

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Jim Greenwood on the Road: Opening Bell at NASDAQ

Jim Ringing Nasdaq Bell

Jim Greenwood, BIO’s President and CEO, rang the opening bell this morning at the NASDAQ MarketSite in New York. Joining him on the stage were a number of BIO members and affiliates, including NewYorkBIO Executive Director Nathan Tinker, Pennsylvania Bio President Christopher Molineaux, DelawareBio Chairman Christopher Yochim, and BioNJ President Debbie Hart. Several BIO member companies were also represented, including Acorda Therapeutics President and CEO Ron Cohen, who also serves as Vice Chair of BIO’s Read More >

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