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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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Choose Your Own Adventure – The Private Biotech Crossroads

It is a known fact within the private company biopharma universe that the days of certainty for public exits, subsequent private financings, and even pharma licensing deals are over. IPOs have been out of favor for five years, venture firms are turning away from the sector, and fewer licensing deals are being cut. What is less understood about this uncertain environment is how it has forced management and their venture backers, to not only rethink Read More >

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BIO Investor Forum – Raring to Go: The Race to Treat Ultra-Rare Diseases

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The signing of FDASIA by President Obama in July reinforces the country’s commitment to fostering innovation for rare diseases. With a record 460 medicines in late-stage clinical trials, biopharmaceutical companies have embraced rare disease medicine and are rapidly developing the pipeline. In anticipation of an even more compelling opportunity, many companies are taking a step beyond and focusing on ultra rare diseases. Last week’s 11th Annual BIO Investor Forum in San Francisco hosted a panel, Raring Read More >

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Kinase Drug Development – Making Progress

The kinase inhibition field has had plenty of ups and downs and over the last decade, but when we take a look at recent approvals and NDA filings there seems to be a strengthening of the field. There are now 16 kinase inhibitors that have been approved and five seeking regulatory approval in the next few months. The last two years in particular has been a boom for the KIs, with seven approvals, three of which target Read More >

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BIO Investor Forum: The New Kids on the Biotech Block

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Where should biotech start-ups look for funding in the venture capital desert that is becoming the new normal? The panel The New Kids on the Biotech Block: Trends in Early-Stage Financing kicked off the 11th Annual BIO Investor Forum and focused on non-traditional early-stage investors and deal structures. Moderated by Jeron Eaves, a senior practice executive with Campbell Alliance, the panel highlighted companies that have secured financing from creative sources, like patient advocacy groups and venture Read More >

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