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It Starts with One: Stephen Tang and the Future of Biotechnology in Philadelphia

A native of Wilmington, Delaware (Philadelphia’s neighbor to the south), and the child of two …

International Panel Addresses the Changing Face of Biotechnology

We live in incredible times. AIDS is now largely treatable and preventable, cancer deaths are …

Opioids: Changing the Paradigm of Treating Pain and Addiction—One Year Later

Drug overdose deaths, including those involving opioids, reached 42,000 in 2016 (CDC), prompting a national …

#BIO2019 Fireside Chat with COWEN CEO Jeffrey Solomon

On Tuesday morning at the 2019 BIO International Convention, COWEN CEO Jeffrey Solomon sat down …

How Cultural Competence Could Help Boost Diversity in Clinical Research

According to new census population projections, the U.S. will become ‘minority white’ by 2045. During …

Leaders Weigh In: How to Combat the Diversity Divide in Biotech

It’s one thing to talk about the importance of diverse and inclusive workforces. It’s another …

Greenwood : In Drug Pricing Debate, Politicians and Patients Are Not Talking About Same Price

Summary: BIO CEO Jim Greenwood gave the following keynote address at the BIO 2019 International …

It Starts with One: Jesse Gelsinger and Biotechnology in Modern Philadelphia

Jesse Gelsinger was an Arizona teenager who loved motorbikes and making people laugh. What makes …

China Summit: Exploring Cross-Border Market Opportunities

Uncertainty breeds delay of innovation and volatility of markets. We are certainly seeing this play …

Gene Therapy 2.0: No Longer Science Fiction

Back in 1990, an experimental new treatment represented a bright light of hope for Ashanthi …