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Articles from BioTechNow

Strategic Venture Investing by Large Pharma: Is “Smart Money” Right for Your Company

Publish Date: 6/9/2016, Created By: BIOtechNOW Editor


The strategic venture arms of major biopharma companies like AbbVie, Amgen, Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer offer unique value propositions to early-stage companies and have the flexibility to shape unique deal structures for advancing these partnerships beyond traditional corporate venture capital models. Speakers at a 2016 BIO International Convention panel titled “Strategic Venture Investing by Large Pharma: Is ‘Smart Money’ Right for Your Company?” provided their about how these venture arms fuel innovation in the ...

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Antibiotic Development Incentives May Be Tricky to Implement

Publish Date: 6/8/2016, Created By: BIOtechNOW Editor


A recently proposed broad suite of antibiotic development incentives has received strong support from industry stakeholders, but revealed a desire to move specific ideas and proposals into practice and skepticism about so-called “pay-or-play” provisions during a Wednesday morning panel at the BIO International Convention. Reflecting the increasing importance of the topic, the discussion was one of three panels devoted to the serious global threat of antimicrobial resistance, noted the World Health Organization’s Martin Friede, compared ...

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Janet Napolitano and Jim Greenwood Talk Innovation, Homeland Security, and Politics at #BIO2016 Fireside Chat

Publish Date: 6/8/2016, Created By: BIOtechNOW Editor


Janet Napolitano, President of the University of California, emphasized the need for research at every level, while also touching upon homeland security issues like the Zika virus and the current presidential election during a fireside chat yesterday with Jim Greenwood at the 2016 BIO International Convention. At the University of California “we teach for California, but we research for the world,” Napolitano explained to Greenwood when he asked about the challenges the university faced in ...

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Achieving Healthcare Sustainability: Can we Move from “Value” to “Predictability”?

Publish Date: 6/8/2016, Created By: BIOtechNOW Editor


Drug costs are one of largest healthcare concerns across the American political spectrum. But drug costs, pricing, spending and value are not the same thing, panelists emphasized during the BIO International Convention Tuesday afternoon. Session moderator Susan Garfield, principal at EY, challenged herself to refrain from using the term “value,” to foster a discussion about “predictability:” if we can better predict outcomes, can we better allocate healthcare resources? The challenge is that innovation breeds a lot of ...

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

Publish Date: 6/7/2016, Created By: Matt Gorman


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 ...

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Californians Must Reject Scare Tactics, Stand Together In Support Of Innovation

Publish Date: 6/6/2016, Created By: Jim Greenwood


This week, the BIO International Convention kicks off in San Francisco. As BIO’s President and CEO, I’m proud to bring this annual event to the Bay Area and talk about biopharmaceutical’s advances in innovation and bringing cures to those afflicted with disease. Before the campaign season arrives, it’s time to set the record straight about the value of prescription drugs and why insurance companies are demanding that you pay more out of pocket. Voters in ...

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BIO Start-Up Stadium: A Springboard to Partnering Success

Publish Date: 5/20/2016, Created By: Theresa Brady


An exciting BIO initiative, the BIO Start-Up Stadium, is back by popular demand at 2016 BIO International Convention! Pulling on ideas from reality TV shows and other biotech meetings, the Start-Up Stadium was designed to give newly formed—usually founder funded—biotech companies an opportunity to actively participate in the BIO Convention. Sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Innovations and following its outstanding success at BIO Philadelphia in 2015, the Start-Up Stadium promises to be a popular feature ...

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BIO 2016 Innovation Zone Company Snapshot: Montana Molecular

Publish Date: 5/19/2016, Created By: Stacey Matusko


Now in its third year, the Innovation Zone at the BIO 2016 International Convention (San Francisco, June 6-9) will host even more pioneering and transformational companies.  The Innovation Zone was created through a partnership with the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) with the intent to group Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)-funded companies together on the exhibit floor of the BIO International Convention. The partnership originated in 2014 with 35 companies; it grew to ...

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BIO 2016 Innovation Zone Company Snapshot: MicroDevice Engineering

Publish Date: 5/12/2016, Created By: Theresa Brady


Now in its third year, the Innovation Zone at the BIO 2016 International Convention (San Francisco, June 6-9) will host even more pioneering and transformational companies.  The Innovation Zone was created through a partnership with the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) with the intent to group Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)-funded companies together on the exhibit floor of the BIO International Convention. The partnership originated in 2014 with 35 ...

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BIO 2016 Innovation Zone Company Snapshot: Boston Mountain Biotech, LLC

Publish Date: 5/10/2016, Created By: Theresa Brady


Now in its third year, the Innovation Zone at the BIO 2016 International Convention (San Francisco, June 6-9) will host even more pioneering and transformational companies.  The Innovation Zone was created through a partnership with the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) with the intent to group Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)-funded companies together on the exhibit floor of the BIO International Convention. The partnership originated in 2014 with 35 ...

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