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“Sports-Related Brain Injuries: Is it Safe to Play?”

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Monday evening concluded the Brain Health track with a very engaging session titled “Sports-Related Brain Injuries: Is it Safe to Play?” It was the perfect complement to Tuesday morning’s keynote with Dr. Omalu Bennet, who discovered Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). Panelists included Carlin Senter, M.D., Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine and Orthopedics at University of California in San Francisco, David Camarillo, Assistant Professor, Bioengineering and Mechanical Engineering by courtesy, at Stanford University, Rebecca Ruiz, Features Writer Read More >

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Beyond the Cutting Edge: How to Enable Life Sciences Organizations Today for the Societal Challenges of Tomorrow

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In a super session at the 2016 BIO International Convention, a diverse group of panelists discussed how life sciences companies and organizations can learn to think differently and organize themselves to enable future innovation initiatives. The session, moderated by Rob Wright, chief editor of Life Science Leader magazine, touched on the challenges of fostering unconventional thinking in an environment today in which the development of new medications and other health-related interventions are happening at an Read More >

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The Value of Lifesaving Medicines: How Best To Define and Communicate The Innovations In Biopharmaceuticals

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One of BIO’s central goals is to promote the value of innovation in lifesaving medicines and what that means for the public at-large. At Day 1 of the BIO International Convention in San Francisco, attendees gathered to hear more about how best to communicate this vital mission. “Defining and Communication Medical Innovation Value for the Long Term” was moderated by Al Jackson, of Spectrum Science Communications and featured panelists Lambert van der Walde of UnitedHealth Read More >

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FDA Commissioner Califf to Industry at #BIO2016: Talk to Patients

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Industry should work with patients and their advocates to better understand their experiences, what they’re looking for in a therapy, and their tolerance for risk, US Food and Drug Administration commissioner Robert Califf emphasized during a fireside chat at the BIO International Convention this afternoon. For the past few years FDA has been meeting with patients and patient advocates to better understand their diseases and medical problems and asking them where regulatory efforts should be Read More >

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The U.S. Department of Defense returns to the BIO Convention in 2016

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The Joint Project Manager for Medical Countermeasure Systems (JPM-MCS), a program within the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), is returning to the BIO International Convention this year and looking to collaborate with biopharmaceutical companies through innovative contracting arrangements that support partnerships throughout the drug development life cycle. Two programs, the Advanced Development and Manufacturing Capabilities (ADMC) and the Joint Vaccine Acquisition Program (JVAP) are on site to discuss how other transactional authority (OTA) agreements can Read More >

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