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2016 BIO Animal Biotech Summit Day One Highlights

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BIO concluded its 2016 Animal Biotech Summit on Friday, September 23, 2016. BIO chose “One Health” as the theme of this year’s conference. “One Health” is the notion that the health of animals, the health of people, and the viability of ecosystems are inextricably linked. Day #1 Session Topics specifically focused on Animal Health & Welfare and Emerging Infectious Diseases. Bernadette Dunham, DVM, PhD, Visiting Professor at Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University, kicked off the Read More >

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All Pharma Wants to Be “Patient-Centric” – What Does That Really Mean?

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The concept “patient-centricity” has become a pharmaceutical industry buzzword in recent years, making it difficult to see how this concept translates into meaningful practice. Most organizations work for the benefit of patients, but infusing the patient needs and opinions into the discovery, development and delivery of medicines requires a different level of commitment. For Takeda Oncology, that commitment spans nearly two decades, beginning before the company even launched its first product in oncology. From the Read More >

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A Look into the 2016 BIO Animal Biotech Summit

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September 21-23, 2016 at the Bethesda Marriott.  With the 2016 Animal Biotech Summit just around the corner, BIO wanted to highlight some of the great programming taking place at this year’s conference. First, it worth’s noting that BIO has completely redesign the goals and focus of the Summit to reflect on how animal biotechnology can be used to advance the objectives of “One Health.” The concept of “One Health” is the idea that the health of humans is connected Read More >

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What’s really hot in San Diego: Perspective from BIO 2017 Program Chair, Chris LeMasters

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Meet Chirs LeMasters, 2017 BIO International Convention Program Committee Chair. Chris is the CEO of Promosome LLC a synthetic biology company that was founded by Nobel Laureate Dr. Gerald Edelman, based on his work on mRNA translation at Scripps. He joined the company last year to transition Promosome into a therapeutics company, developing a pipeline of hard-to-express therapeutic proteins. Promosome is also pursuing partnerships with companies developing nucleic acid therapeutics (gene therapy, RNA vaccines, mRNA therapeutics) based Read More >

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Partnering System, Investment Climate – Big Draws for 2016 BIO Investor Forum

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Before innovative therapies can start helping patients, successful matches between investors and entrepreneurs seeking to develop new medicines must occur. Without access to capital, potentially lifesaving drugs will exist only as ideas. Every fall investors looking for good prospects in the biotech sector gather at the BIO Investor Forum in San Francisco—the birthplace of biotechnology and home to over 1,600 life sciences companies. Many of these companies and others from around the country come to Read More >

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