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From Bench to Bedside in a Bioeconomy

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By Joe Allen, President, Allen and Associates It’s a sign of a well crafted program when the closing panel reinforces the opening speaker. Boston University President Robert Brown kicked off the afternoon at the Translational Research Forum at the 2012 BIO International Convention by showing how the old linear model of product development crafted after World War II no longer applies. The closing industry panel aptly remarked that a struggling economy has brought the public and private Read More >

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Taiwan’s Translational Research (or lack thereof)

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Brady Huggett concludes in this article that, “… perhaps the biggest strike against Taiwan is a lack of translational research. There is no collective mindset that envisions products from research. And if biotech is to drive the future economies of countries around the globe, there has to be nationwide efforts to turn academic research and publicly-funded lab work into something that can benefit patients and be sold. We’ve talked about it before on this blog Read More >

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A Center for Advancing Translational Science can spur new therapies

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Sometimes, spurring the development of new drugs and therapies can be like trying to a cross shark-infested water without a bridge, Dr. Francis Collins, director of NIH, said during his keynote at the Translational Research Forum during the 2011 BIO International Convention. However, during a time of unprecedented scientific advances, but increasingly limited resources, the public and private sectors must learn to combine their respective efforts to relieve human suffering. Dr. Collins gave a rapid Read More >

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Translational Research Forum at BIO International Convention

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BIO is hosting a Translation Research Forum at the BIO International Convention.  NIH Director Collins keynotes an event that will explore how private, public and academic sectors can leverage meaningful partnerships, highlight emerging best practices, explore risk-sharing at the clinical research stage, and explore ways to bridge the gap in funding and know-how necessary to take university research to the next level. Read the Press Release for more information about panels and speakers. For registration, conference Read More >

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