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Tracy Cooley

Tracy serves as the Director of Events Communications and handles all communications for BIO’s events and emerging company policy issues. She loves blogging and podcasting on all things biotech and believes in the great potential of the industry, looking for every opportunity to spread the message far and wide. Nearly everyone in her family is a golfer, and as such, she has what many people have called a “natural” swing. Sometimes she even hits the ball. Tracy just finished her ninth marathon, and has nearly mastered the skill of one-foot-in-front-of-the-other (usually, sometimes the laces get in the way). The joy of her life is her five-year-old daughter Josephine.

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Sen. Brownback to speak at Global Health conference

Global health is the spotlight as BIO teams up with BIO Ventures for Global Health (BVGH) and the Gates Foundation to host the first Partnering for Global Health conference in Washington, D.C.  Kansas Senator Sam Brownback will be a key speaker. This brand new, international event will focus on opportunities for the biotech industry to help accelerate the development of medicines for neglected diseases of the developing world. More info is at http://pgh.bio.org/opencms/PGH/2008/index.jsp  

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The Weather Outside is Frightful

The biggest buzz aside from biotech at the CEO conference is definitely the light snowfall outside.  Word on the street is that it will continue to warm up and the snow won’t stick, hopefully no one’s travel will be dramatically inconvenienced tomorrow. If you want a second opinion: www.weather.com

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Our Very Own Jim Greenwood on CNBC

Check it out: http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video=647792797

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Get the Deep Dish on Biotech at the World Congress

Chicago is my kinda town. Meet me there April 27-30 for the World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing. There’s a great lineup of sessions and speakers highlighting the latest in industrial biotechnology.  Now in its fifth year, the Congress continues to grow in size and scope.  This event has something for everyone – session tracks will cover relevant topics in the areas of biofuels and bioenergy; renewable feedstocks; renewable chemicals and biomaterials; fine chemicals; Read More >

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Boston in the Spring Time is Even More Lovely with BIO

BIO will debut a new conference in Boston April 22-23.  The National Venture Conference will draw early-stage, private biotech companies and healthcare venture partners.  I hope to see you there, but in the meantime, check out http://bnvc.bio.org for more details in the coming months.

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