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BIO President & CEO Presents Dr. Cohen With Lifetime Achievement Award

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Last week, Jim Greenwood, President & CEO of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO), attended the 10th Annual BayBio Pantheon Ceremony, where he presented Dr. Stanley N. Cohen with the BayBio Lifetime Achievement DiNA Award for his contributions to making a transformative difference within the life science industry. The event was attended by more than 600 biotechnology innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, elected officials and policy leaders. Dr. Cohen’s groundbreaking work with Dr. Herbert Boyer is widely credited Read More >

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Successful Public-Private Partnerships

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According to BayBio, biomedical companies that can harness the power of patient groups will get medicines, devices and diagnostics to market faster, cheaper and smarter, helping patients and rewarding investors. Gail Maderis, ‎President & CEO at BayBio, debuted their preliminary whitepaper entitled “Successful Public-Private Partnerships” today at the 2013 BIO Investor Forum. BayBio surveyed nearly 100 biotech and foundation CEOs, vice presidents of research, directors of patient advocacy and others across the United States. Following Read More >

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Small Biotechs in California Save Big on Health Insurance Rates

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There are many reasons companies decide to join trade associations. Whether it’s a long-term legislative advocacy priority, increased access to networking events or group-savings programs, the decision ultimately comes down to a company’s financial bottom line. BayBio and BIOCOM, two California-based biotech trade groups, both of whom are affiliated with BIO, came together during the low point of the most recent recession, to establish a fund that created a healthcare insurance pool accessible by the Read More >

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BayBio Op-ed featured in Xconomy

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Gail Maderis, President & CEO of BayBio, recently discussed the strength of Northern California’s biotechnology industry and the BIO Investor Forum in Xconomy: With more than 850 biotechnology companies, the Bay Area is the oldest, largest and most productive life sciences cluster in the world, employing more than 125,000 people in the region. For more than 30 years, this region has led the world in researching and delivering new cures and treatments for debilitating diseases Read More >

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BayBio Announces Lifetime Achievement DiNA Award Recipient

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Dr. Michael Hunkapiller has been named BayBio’s 2011 Lifetime Achievement DiNA Award recipient. He will be honored on Thursday, November 3rd, at the 2011 Pantheon Awards Ceremony, an annual program hosted by BayBio, a life science trade association representing the industry in Northern California. From the invention of the DNA sequencer during his days at Caltech, to the introduction of first automated DNA sequencer in 1986 and the realization of the Human Genome Mapping Project Read More >

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