The 2016 AZBio Awards brought together over 500 leaders from across the state of Arizona and around the country. The Honorable Douglas A. Ducey, Governor of the State of Arizona, opened the program followed by a keynote by Arizona Bioscience Pioneer Award Honoree Dr. George Poste. Later in the evening, our AZBio Baby danced, a world renowned cellist performed, Joan had a few things to say, and the audience celebrated with our 2016 AZBio Award honorees. (Click here to see the videos on our 2016 AZBio Awards Winners.)
AZBio and its partners have programs strategically designed to help improve access to capital for our Arizona Life Science Industry and to preserve capital through AZBio Purchasing Power Programs.
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Leaders from across the State of Arizona are coming together to celebrate Arizona’s bioindustry, life science innovators, and a decade of collaboration at the 2013 AZBio Awards on October 10, 2013 at the Phoenix Convention Center.Continue reading
Dr. Anna Barker and Dr. George Poste of ASU and Dr. Donald Tindall and Dr. Allan Jaffe of Mayo to share insights at BioConference Live’s Ground-Breaking Cancer Research, Discovery and Therapeutics FREE Virtual Conference in October.
First of Its Kind Online-Only Conference Focusing on Cancer with Live Streaming Video Presentations Delivered by Industry Experts; Earn Continuing Medical Education CreditsContinue reading
The Call for Sessions opens September 5th for the
in San Diego, June 23-26, 2014.
Education enhancements in 2014 include: streamlined session tracks organized by role in the industry and featuring international representation among panels; specialty forums with cohesive content and targeted networking receptions.
- Basic Research & Discovery
- Business Development & Financing
- Clinical Trials & Product Testing
- Industrial Bioproducts
- Intellectual Property
- Manufacturing, Distribution & Operations
- Market Access & Commercialization
- Regulatory Review & Approval
- Specialty Forums on personalized medicine, agriculture technologies, vaccines, and transformational research
Start planning today: session proposals will be accepted Thursday, September 5 through Thursday, October 3, 2013.
How to develop our suggestion:
- Review the list of tracks and topic area suggestions to determine which topics are relevant and pressing
- Talk with colleagues and industry contacts about your idea; brainstorm potential speakers
- Use the Session Proposal Guide for step-by-step tips to maneuver the online submission process
Please note, proposals for the International Market Briefings (IMB) Track will be accepted separately October 14 – November 4, 2013.
With the 2014 BIO International Convention being held in San Diego, this is a great opportunity to show the world what Arizona has to offer.
QUESTIONS? If you have any questions about your topic, how to submit, etc. Email BIO at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amanda Grimes of the Mesa Public Schools Biotechnology Academy to receive the 2013 Michael A. Cusanovich Arizona Bioscience Educator of the Year Award at the 8th Annual AZBio Awards on October 10, 2013.Continue reading
STEM education is one of the hottest topics in education and economics today. To be globally competitive in the future, our nation and our industry needs to encourage and inspire students to pursue STEM careers and to support the teachers who are nurturing our future leaders.Continue reading