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International Programming Highlights

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For those looking to take advantage of all the Convention has to offer, specifically within the international programming, you have landed in the right spot. Take a few minutes to review our international programming highlights. For more information, visit myBIO and map your day out! International Programming Highlights –MONDAY Global Biotechnology Forum: The BRICs and Beyond 10:00 – 11:30 a.m., Room 259 B The Global Biotechnology Forum: The BRICs and Beyond will explore how governments Read More >

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Pregnant in Heels Covers Immunizations

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BIO may not be on reality TV, but one of our favorite messages- the importance of infant immunization- was discussed in a recent episode of Bravo TV’s Pregnant in Heels. Expectant mother Nia claimed that vaccinations were unnecessary and antiquated, but maternity concierge Rosie made it clear that immunizations would protect Nia’s baby from infectious disease. Check out a recap and clips from the episode on Bravo’s website to see what happened! Also check out Read More >

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Expanding Opportunities to Explore Biotechnology Careers

Jim Koeninger, Executive Director of HOSA—Future Health Professionals

By Jim Koeninger, PhD, Executive Director, HOSA—Future Health Professionals HOSA—Future Health Professionals, with nearly 150,000 members in 48 states and territories, has built and maintained a pipeline of future health professionals in secondary and postsecondary/collegiate institutions to work collaboratively and cooperatively to develop and produce a highly trained workforce for the health professions. HOSA is proud that this is our 27th consecutive year of increasing membership in our nearly 4,000 chapters with 48 percent minority participation. Read More >

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Premature Infant Summit: Born Too Soon

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Each year, more than half a million babies are born prematurely in the United States or roughly one in eight births. The toll prematurity takes on infant health and on families and society is profound. Babies born prematurely may be at risk of severe health problems. Some of the leading causes of infant death include low birth weight and prematurity. Despite these staggering statistics, the “voice” of premature patients and their families is often underrepresented Read More >

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To Cancel or Not to Cancel

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That is the question! And one that is going to come up quite a bit as we get closer to the BIO International Convention, and so we wanted to address it. You learned all about the Scheduling Process in a previous post, such as what is a delegate’s responsibility, like updating your availability, and what BIO takes care of for you, such as assigning actual space to your meetings. On the note of availability, we Read More >

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