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Putting a Ring on It: Advice on Successful Drug Development Collaborations

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Drug development partnerships can look lucrative to small biotechs eager to monetize their discoveries, but, like any relationship, these tie-ups take work and both parties run the risk of ending up in tears. At BIO’s recent CEO & Investor Conference, a panel of industry veterans gathered to discuss best practices in drug development partnering. Moderated by Jeff Stewart, Senior Engagement Manager with Campbell Alliance, the panel “Putting a Ring on it: When Drug Development Partnerships Read More >

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The Year Ahead for Business Development Events

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2013 is officially here (insert stale End-of-the-World joke). And as such, planning has been in full effect for BIO events. Here’s a recap of what’s coming up in the next few months. BIO’s in San Fran for JPM As a BIO member service, companies can schedule private meeting space for free during JP Morgan. This year, meetings will take place at The Palace Hotel, on the 5th floor. You can also find Celia, Dave, Kirsten Read More >

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Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger: Takeaways from Partnering For Cures 2012

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The chorus to Kanye West’s 2007 chart-topper Stronger can teach us volumes about speeding drug development. Harder:  Drug development is challenging.  It takes over 10 years and more than $1 billon to bring a therapy through the product pipeline, from the research lab to clinical trials to FDA approval to prescription to patients suffering from the disease. The FDA approved over 30 innovative drugs last year, including more than 10 new treatments for cancer—a good Read More >

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Some ABCs of PAGs

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A lot of people, and especially those who have attended BIO events (such as the BIO CEO & Investor Conference, BIO Investor Forum, and the BIO Business Forum) are familiar with the names Michael J. Fox Foundation, FasterCures, ALS Therapy Development Institute, JDRF, and other non-profit Patient Advocacy Groups, or “PAG’s”. In case you missed them, two blog posts came up from the Michael J. Fox Foundation and FasterCures that we wanted to share. They Read More >

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What BIO2012 Meant to Boston and the Netherlands

The 2012 BIO International Convention will be held June 18-21, 2012 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, MA

We came across this recent post in Boston.com about the BIO International Convention and BIO Business Forum. It’s not just a recap of the event, but it’s a specific piece on one company’s goals, connecting Boston with the Netherlands. As you know, the BIO One-on-One Partnering System is open and accessible to attendees well after the conference shuts down and everyone goes home. This allows you to do your follow-up: go through your Inbox, research Read More >

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