Koerber-Walker: Striking the Right Balance When Controlling Health Care CostsContinue reading
Communicating with our legislative leaders is key to building relationships and sharing the information that helps them blaze a trail for us as we continue to build Arizona’s innovation and bioscience sectors.
Watch what Arizona’s Bioscience Leaders shared with our Arizona Legislative Leaders.Continue reading
On Valentine’s Day in 1912, Arizona became the 48th state and the last of the contiguous 48 states. Alaska and Hawaii would join The Union later, but for native Arizonans, it was a momentous day. Fast forward 100 years and now Arizona is in its centennial year. The celebrations have begun and more are to come. The question is, what lies ahead in our next 100 years.
Spending my days in the midst of Arizona’s bioscience community, I get little glimpses of the future. Artificial hearts, life saving technologies, truly green energy sources drawn from algae farms, and agricultural advancements that will allow us to feed the world.
So in honor of Arizona’s centennial, it might be fun to postulate on what it will be like to be an Arizonan 100 years from now at our bi-centennial.
In an industry like ours, doing things in the right order matters. It does not matter of you are working in the lab, biz dev or the front office. When you forget to put first things first you might not get the outcome you expect…or need.
At AZBio we have been investing our time in research. For us that means getting out of the office and into the community to talk to Members, create opportunities to connect and to listen to what they have to say. Whether we are are in one-on-one visits to Members and their companies, meetings at the GPEC, The Desert Angels or BCLSA or hanging out with the AZBio Gang at Beer and Bio, we’ve been asking questions and gathering data on what you, our members want and need. So far this research has led to some new developments and there are a lot more coming, Here are FIVE important things you said…Continue reading
When I was a young girl, Marie Curie was one of my heroes. There was something about the story of a young girl who was fascinated with science and math and who went on to change the world that captured my imagination and the imagination of millions of other young people like me over the years. She was a Healthcare Hero!Continue reading