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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Cancer Stem Cell Therapy: Real Or Just Hype?

Stem Cell Therapy

Also known as tumor-initiating cells, cancer stem cells (CSC) have unique capability endemic to stem cells of self-renewal and differentiation, thereby causing tumor relapse and/or metastatis. While traditional cancer treatments focus on tumor shrinkage, it’s a distinct possibility that these agents do not effectively destroy all of the CSCs, causing the tumor to reappear. The CSC theory is relatively new, so the treatment pipeline is still in its early stages. Nathan Sadeghi-Nejad, a contributor to Read More >

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BIO Official Blogger Roundup

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Want to know what’s happening at the 2012 BIO International Convention? Find out from our BIO Official Bloggers! Cross Border Biotech – Now on Video, The Cross-Border Biotech Blog Alberta, BIO, Biotech and Business, GenomeAlberta The Long and Sometimes Winding Road to Humanitarian of the Year, GenomeAlberta Alberta Company Helps Diabetics Put Their Best Food Forward, GenomeAlberta Metabolomics Technology Tackles Cancer, GenomeAlberta Pre-competitive collaboration brings medicines to patients, LillyPad Widespread praise for US drug bill, Read More >

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How to Become a Global Biotech Leader: Innovation and the Worldview Report

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What are the BRICS of the future? Latin America, Korea, North Africa, Thailand, Turkey? Scientific American’s 2012 Worldview contains a special section on Emerging Markets 2.0 and an exploration of countries that are showing promise for future development and an on-the-ground look at some of the science parks, incubators, research centers, or other hot spots of innovation that are coming into their own. With the release of Worldview Report and Scorecard at the 2012 BIO Read More >

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BIO Official Blogger Roundup

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Want to know what’s happening at the 2012 BIO International Convention? Find out from our BIO Official Bloggers! Early stage bio and tech tax credits – Maryland style, The Cross-Border Biotech Blog Coca Cola developing bottles using plant-based plastics #bio2012, Biotech Blog Discounted Journal of Commercial Biotechnology subscriptions through June 30 for #bio2012, Biotech Blog BIO 2012: FDA Town Hall, The Campaigns for Modern Medicine Endorser Spotlight: Virginia Biotechnology Association, The Campaigns for Modern Medicine Read More >

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BIO Official Blogger Roundup

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Want to know what’s happening at the 2012 BIO International Convention? Find out from our BIO Official Bloggers! Enterprise, Advanced Education, and Stephen Khan, Genome Alberta My PET Bottle, Genome Alberta Research Partnerships Catalyze Economic Growth, LillyPad BIO 2012: Patients and PDUFA, Campaign for Modern Medicine Scientific American Worldview 4th edition now available #bio2012, Biotech Blog BIO 2012 Day 2: Justices Ponder Hot Tubbing, Patent Baristas Docs at BIO: IP Challenges to Personalized Medicine & Read More >

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