Author Archive: Jessica Torres

Jessica Torres

Jessica is a Marketing & Web Content Manager in the marketing department at BIO. She keeps all the content for the business development conference event web pages up-to-date, optimizes email marketing campaigns to increase open and click-through rates, and leverages emerging social media tools to increase engagement among attendees at industry conferences and events. After a long day of marketing and social media strategy, she goes home and blogs about marketing and social media strategy on her personal website www.getstuckintraffic.com, and on Twitter.

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2015: A Promising Year for Biotech Jobs

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If you’re in the biotech sector and are looking for a new career, you’re in luck: according to a recent survey by BioSpace, 70% of respondents believe new jobs will be on the horizon this year. The majority of respondents say that small firms will lead the hiring rush. The poll was split over where most hiring would occur, with 39% believing it would go to research and development jobs, and 39% believing it would Read More >

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Call for Nominations: Be the Buzz of BIO at the 2015 BIO International Convention

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Nominations are now open for the Buzz of BIO at the 2015 BIO International Convention! The Buzz of BIO contest recognizes highly innovative companies in the biotech sector and helps position these companies to develop strategic partnerships within the industry. Nominate Your Company Twenty biotechs will be nominated in each of the two categories – Pipelines of Promise and Technologies of Tomorrow. Qualifying companies for “Pipelines of Promise” are companies that have at least started Read More >

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Nasdaq Social Bell: Twitter Strategies For Biotechs

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Last week at the BIO CEO & Investor Conference in New York City, I had the pleasure of speaking with John Machiz and Brad Smith from Nasdaq at their headquarters in Times Square to discuss the social media activity that happened onsite during the event, what made the discussion of the event online so robust, and what biotech companies can do to increase their visibility on Twitter. View the video below, and get a recap of the Read More >

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Session Recap: “Trust Your Gut” – Therapeutic Opportunities from the Microbiome

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Tuesday at the BIO CEO & Investor Conference kicked off with a Therapeutic Workshop titled, “Trust Your Gut” – Therapeutic Opportunities from the Microbiome. The panel was moderated by Mark Breidenbach, PhD, Equity Research Group, H.C. Wainwright & Co. The panelists were: Martin J. Blaser, MD, Muriel and George Singer Professor of Medicine, Professor of Microbiology, Director, Human Microbiome Program, New York University Langone Medical Center Karim Dabbagh, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, Second Genome Michael Read More >

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Session Recap: Digital Health—Early Successes for Investors and Biotech R&D Productivity

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Digital health has the potential to improve the life science industry by combining traditional and novel medicines with digital technologies, enabling the life sciences to become more patient-centered as well as accelerating product discovery. There is growing interest in digital health among investors as new data and technologies become available that fill unmet needs in the marketplace. At the 17th Annual BIO CEO & Investor Conference, a panel of digital health experts came together to Read More >

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