Author Archive: George Goodno

George Goodno

George is the Director of State Policy Communications at BIO and enjoys the opportunity to advocate for and educate audiences about the positive societal and economic impact of the bioscience industry. Another great aspect of his job is getting to work with BIO’s broad network of state bioscience associations to help advance legislative and regulatory initiatives that will continue to improve this high-skill, high-wage industry. In his spare time, he enjoys running, skiing, hiking, gardening, and most of all, spending time with his awesome wife and two daughters.

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eAdvocacy Summit Brings Together More Than 130 Groups

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BIO’s mission is to champion biotechnology issues by advocating for policies that will enable the realization of breakthrough products to cure disease, feed the hungry, and clean our environment. Fortunately, we are not alone – our many alliance and advocacy partners share our goal. When smart, like-minded people get together, good things tend to happen. That’s why I’m looking forward to tomorrow’s eAdvocacy Summit here in Washington, DC. The Global Healthy Living Foundation (GHLF) and Read More >

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BayBio Op-ed featured in Xconomy

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Gail Maderis, President & CEO of BayBio, recently discussed the strength of Northern California’s biotechnology industry and the BIO Investor Forum in Xconomy: With more than 850 biotechnology companies, the Bay Area is the oldest, largest and most productive life sciences cluster in the world, employing more than 125,000 people in the region. For more than 30 years, this region has led the world in researching and delivering new cures and treatments for debilitating diseases Read More >

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Southern California Biotech Magnet School will Prepare Next Gen Workforce

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Despite increasing global competition, the United States remains the most innovative country on the planet. This competition, of course, is good because it means education and research are growing in the rest of the world. There is some debate as to whether or not this nation is facing a potential hi-tech labor shortage. Though, one thing is certain – teaching science, math, and technology to all kids is so important. This is not just because Read More >

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Virginia Bio Announces New Executive Leadership

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The Virginia Biotechnology Association (Virginia Bio), the premier statewide non-profit trade association for life science industries, has named its interim executive director to the full-time position of chief executive officer. With an extensive background in the law and non-profit sectors as well as the life sciences, Jeffrey Gallagher brings leadership and policy expertise to his newly defined role, where he will be responsible for developing and executing the association’s strategic plans, prioritizing the organization’s areas Read More >

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2012 BIO Investor Forum: Discovery Track Snapshot

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BIO’s 11th Annual BIO Investor Forum is just around the corner – it will be held October 9-10, 2012 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, CA. The forum, or BIF as we call it around here, is an international investor event which explores trends and opportunities in life sciences. Broadly speaking, the focus is on venture-stage growth and emerging public companies. BIO’s Alan Eisenberg said it best earlier this week: “The aim of the Read More >

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