Author Archive: Jason Corum

Jason Corum

Jason is the director of web and new media with the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO). Prior to joining BIO in March 2011, he was the online communications manager for World Food Program USA and an online communications specialist with the Brookings Institution.

Jason is originally from Evergreen Park, Ill. and still thinks that Chicago is the best food city in the nation.  He spends his free time volunteering with the DC Books to Prisons Project, watching movies and reading comics.

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#BIO2014 Blogger Roundup

Official Blogger

Want to know what’s happening at the 2014 BIO International Convention? Find out from our bloggers! BIO Sneak-a-Peek, GenomeAlberta Top BIORadio Picks for Next Week, GenomeAlberta Fast, Flexible and Focused: How Our Partnering Strategy Embraces Innovation, BioLogical Biotech Opportunities in Emerging Markets – 2014 BIO Updates, Molecular Diagnostics Analysis & Opinion Cultivating Innovation Through Collaboration, BRAVOCHAT Madison-Based PeptiMed Signs Pact with National Cancer Institute, BioForward UW-Madison Forges Taiwanese Partnership to Advance Liver Cancer Research, BioForward

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Investing in Cutting-Edge Technology to Advance Cancer Research

From KIYATEC Website

In a recent blog post, Research!America profiles KIYATEC, a company that developed “3DKUBE.” 3DKube creates a 3Dmodel of patient cells that allows researchers to study the growth of cells in a cultured environment that mimics the conditions of the human body. To expand the use of KIYATEC’s technology, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) awarded KIYATEC a $295,000 Phase 1 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract. KIYATEC and other innovative biotech companies will showcase their cutting-edge Read More >

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Rare Disease Day 2014: Joining Together for Better Care

Hans Schikan of Prosensa

There are more than 6,000 different rare diseases affecting over 60 million people across Europe and North America, alone, and millions more throughout the world. Most of these diseases are genetic, serious, chronic and debilitating. Each disease is different, but they affect people in similar ways. Joining together can help patients and their families find common solutions for care and remind them they are not alone. As the world marks Rare Disease Day on February Read More >

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Participate in the 11th Annual Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Report and Survey

Participate in the biopharmaceutical manufacturing industry’s most in-depth, global study: 11th Annual Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Report and Survey. Your input is more important than ever, as BioPlan Associates benchmarks global and regional trends affecting the industry. You will receive a free summary of the results of the study as well as BioPlan’s 159 Key Industry Facts White Paper. For each completed survey BioPlan will donate $10 (up to $10,000) to global health charities. The survey takes Read More >

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Physician Payments Sunshine Act: Collaboration Key for Doctors & Biopharmas

Jim Greenwood

In a letter to the editor on USA Today, BIO CEO Jim Greenwood and John J. Castellani, president of PhRMA, write that context must accompany the data being provided under the Physician Payments Sunshine Act: “Discovery of new and improved medicines would be impossible without collaborations between physicians and biopharmaceutical companies. Consider ongoing research and clinical trials that not only make medicines possible, but also help our understanding of disease. Biopharmaceutical professionals help physicians stay Read More >

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