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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U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent Discusses PDUFA and NIH Funding at #BIOCEO14

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During the 16th Annual BIO CEO & Investor Conference, U.S. Representative Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania, co- chair of the Congressional Biomedical Research Caucus, joined BIO’s Fritz Bittenbender to discuss the biotech industry in Pennsylvania as well as recent legislative developments affecting the industry. Dent points to the recent omnibus spending agreement which allowed the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to access user $85 million in user fees sequestered in 2013. These fees are paid to Read More >

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4 Tips for Building a Successful Biotech: Richard Pops of Alkermes at #BIOCEO14

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The 16th Annual BIO CEO & Investor Conference opened with a fireside chat between Richard F. Pops, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Alkermes, and David Gluckman of Lazard. The candid discussion gave biotech CEOs a peek in to the story of Alkermes, yielding useful guidance on building a successful, agile company ready for a changing marketplace. Here are some of the highlights: Be world class in a specific area of science. “In our company, Read More >

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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

In the United States, more than one million people are infected with HIV, with an estimated 50,000 newly diagnosed each year. While African Americans make up only 12-14 percent of the U.S. population they account for nearly half (44 percent) of all the new HIV infections in the U.S. (CDC). Today, as the United States observes National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, we’d like to take a look at some of the scientific advancements made in Read More >

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#BIOBuyside Twitter Chat: What Do Biotech Investors Expect in 2014?

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Is 2014 a good time to invest in biotech? How many biotech IPOs will there be? Which sectors will perform the best? To find out what investors think about these questions and more, BIO is conducting its annual Buy-side Investor Perception Survey and releasing the results at the 16th Annual BIO CEO & Investor Conference in New York, Monday Feb. 10. But as the results are coming in, BIO is hosting the #BIOBuyside Twitter chat Read More >

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2013 Biotechnology Holiday Gift Ideas

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Welcome to this year’s BIOtechNOW Gift Guide – our most loved biotechnology gift ideas from 2013 and beyond. Here you’ll find gifts that promote women in the sciences, interesting biotech books, and, of course, a few gifts inspired by some of our very first biotech inventions! So whether you’re looking for a last-minute gift idea or a way to blow part of that holiday bonus consider this your guide to yuletide biotech bliss! Add your Read More >

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