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Fireside Chat with Moncef Slaoui, GlaxoSmithKline

Dr. Moncel Slaoui

Moncel Slaoui, chairman of research and development (R&D) at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), opened the 2012 BIO CEO & Investor Conference with a Fireside Chat where he provided insight in to his company’s biopharma R&D strategy. “GSK has announced that our R&D budget is no more a percentage of sales. If you think about it, it doesn’t make sense,” Slaoui stated, “because, sales are a marker of R&D 10 and 15 years ago.” Right now, GSK has Read More >

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BIO Helps You Continuously Connect

Rob Wright

By Rob Wright, Life Science Leader As I perused a bunch of the show agendas I will be attending over the next several months, it occurred to me how helpful these shows are for helping connect me with people who make for interesting editorial. Depending upon the size of the show, this can be very easy or sometimes difficult. Last year’s BIO (Biotechnology Industry Organization) International Conference was held in in Washington D.C., and it Read More >

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The BioGENEius Challenge: Prarthana Dalal

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By Prarthana Dalal, 2011 International BioGENEius Challenge 1st Place Winner Project Title: Modeling of human non-deletional hereditary persistence of fetal hemoglobin (HPFH) conditions in β-globin locus transgenic mouse models: The -175 (T to C) and -195 (C to G) A-gamma globin gene point mutations Project Description: My project was focused on hemoglobingenetics and how sequence changes can effect fetal hemoglobin production in mouse models, which can be used to understand treatment mechanisms for sickle cell Read More >

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The BioGENEius Challenge: Priyen Patel

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By Priyen Patel, 2011 U.S. National BioGENEius Media Award Winner Project Title: Over-the-Counter and In Your Water? The Most Effective Filtration of Pharmaceuticals Project Description: Research shows minute concentrations of drugs in 51 million Americans’ water, leading to tumors and reproductive problems in fish and slowing the growth of kidney cells in humans. I focused on filtering ibuprofen and acetaminophen and my results are: the water distiller (100% effective), the activated carbon filter and ion Read More >

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2011 BIO International Convention Governors Highlight Reel

Deval Patrick

The 2011 BIO International Convention brought together over 15,000 leaders from industry, government and academia who are working to solve some of the sector’s biggest challenges. Last year’s event was a highly successful meeting with representation from all fifty states and 65 nations involved in innovation and manufacturing of life science technologies for the marketplace. We were honored to host governors from 11 U.S. states as they promote their bioscience economic development endeavors. Here’s a Read More >

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