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12 Days Untill BIO 2015: My Path From BioGENEius Contestant To Judge

BioGENEius Tejal Naik

I have always been interested in science and research but had no idea that my curiosity would guide me to where I am today — a medical student seeking avenues for incorporating new technology into medicine. It all started with listening to my parents, who are research scientists, talk about their projects when I was young. Their research inspired me to learn as much as I could, especially when it came to science and technology. The Read More >

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13 Days Until BIO 2015: Moneyball: Acing the Big Pharma/Small Biotech Deal

BIO Business Networking

In just a few weeks, thousands of players in the pharma and biotech industry will converge on Philadelphia for BIO 2015 seeking knowledge, insight and, for many, the ultimate goal – new partnerships. Collaboration is often the key to success for emerging biotech companies and big pharma alike as it can open the door to new markets, influencers and revenue streams. In oncology, deals between established pharmaceutical companies and early-stage biotechs are especially relevant and Read More >

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Life Science Leader Asks: What is the Role VCs Play in Partnering with Small Biotech?

Life Science Leader

When Peter Young began planning his session proposal for this year’s BIO International Conference, the executive-in-residence with A.M. Pappas & Associates, like many submitters hoping to serve as 2015 BIO change agents, wanted to create a session worthy of your time. While I am sure you will find the session he will be moderating fascinating (Inventing Your Own Hub: Evolving Institutional Models for Translational Medicine, June 16, 3:30 PM – 4:45 PM, Room 105AB), Young, a Read More >

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14 Days Until BIO 2015: Spotlight on TinySuperheroes

TinySuperheroes

Every child dreams of being a superhero. Some who are forced at a very young age to overcome an illness or disability may need a little reminder every once in a while of that brave hero they have inside of them. Thanks to Robyn Rosenberger, these kids are getting the superpower strength they need. Robyn established TinySuperheroes in 2013 after being moved by the story of a young girl, Brenna, who was born with a Read More >

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My Journey From BioGENEius to PhD Student

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For as long as I can remember, I’ve known that research and biotechnology would be a large part of my life. Science has always been a passion of mine, and I was lucky to be guided into the laboratory at an early age. In 11th grade I met my mentor, Dr. Angela Crawley, when she was a post-doctoral fellow working in Dr. Jonathan Angel’s laboratory at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. Here, I was introduced Read More >

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