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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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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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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! Denmark leads the world in its pro-research attitude #bio2012, Biotech Blog Bioentrepreneurship Bootcamp signing at #bio2012, Biotech Blog Welcome to BIO 2012!, Campaign for Modern Medicine Greetings from BIO 2012!, The Cross-Border Biotech Blog BIORadio Lands in Boston, Genomics Blog Kicking off #BIO2012, LillyPad Research Partnerships Catalyze Economic Growth, LillyPad The BIO Official Bloggers Take Boston, Patent Baristas BIO Day 1: China, IP and Savings Read More >

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Five Keys to Making Biotech Flourish in China

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As China positions itself as a major global player in the international biotechnology arena, it has included biotechnology as one of the seven strategic priorities for scientific and technological development in its 12th Five-year Plan. During the keynote lunch of the China Day special program at the 2012 BIO International Convention, David W. Beier, senior vice president at Amgen and former chief domestic policy advisor to Vice President Al Gore, outlined the 5 keys to Read More >

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BIO Official Bloggers Preview the Convention

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Want to know what to expect at the 2012 BIO International Convention? Find out from our BIO Official Bloggers: “… most importantly for this blog, the Boston area is home to, arguably, the United State’s most vibrant biotech scene.  Data from Ernst & Young’s Beyond Borders report from 2011 show that New England biotech (consisting primarily of the Boston area) had 45 public companies in 2010, second only to the San Francisco Bay Area, with Read More >

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Your Social Media Guide to #BIO2012

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The BIO International Convention is the largest global event for the biotechnology industry; it attracts the biggest names in biotech and offers key networking and partnering opportunities. The event is also a great opportunity to connect with the online biotech community and we’re ramping up our social media efforts for the 2012 BIO International Convention, beginning on Monday, June 18 in Boston. If you’d like to join the online conversation, here are some tips, tricks, Read More >

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