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Biomedical R&D in the 21st Century

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Reflecting back upon my career,  I recognize the importance academic-industry research partnerships played in shaping my philosophy as a scientist and research leader.  Something deeply fulfilling happens when basic and applied scientists ally, and our individual passion to make a difference in the life of a patient merges into a community effort. We are moving ever closer to solving some of the toughest biomedical challenges of our time.  But this is also an era of Read More >

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Biotech Patenting and Tech Transfer at 2011 BIO International Convention

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The Biotech Patenting and Tech Transfer track has a lot to offer 2011 BIO International Convention Attendees.  High level speakers include White House Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator Victoria Espinel, European Patent Office Director of Biotechnology Sjoerd Hoekstra, retired Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Paul Michel, and former Solicitors General Seth Waxman and Paul Clement to name a few.                 I am particularly excited about the breadth of the Read More >

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Staying Ahead of the Legal and Regulatory Curve

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Providing legal counsel within the biotech industry comes with a unique set of challenges.  Legal professionals must consistently stay on top of the latest policy and regulatory changes within the industry. From patent issues to new laws on licensing to regulations for new innovations, the BIO International Convention (June 27-30) will feature the latest updates, insights and networking opportunities—plus educational sessions where you can earn up to eight CLE credit hours—to help fast-track your career. Read More >

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