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INO
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ISIS
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LGND
62.87
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LPTN
2.9
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MBVX
0.85
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MEIP
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MNOV
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MRTX
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MSTX
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NBIX
40.2
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NUVA
44.54
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ONCS
0.37
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ONVO
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OREX
5.7
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OTIC
36.25
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QDEL
26.35
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RCPT
125.73
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RGLS
18.5
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RMD
64.74
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SCIE
0.03
0.00
-9.09%
SPHS
0.75
-0.05
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SRNE
12.85
-0.08
-0.58%
TROV
5.93
+0.28
+4.92%
VICL
0.99
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VOLC
17.99
0.00
0.00%
ZGNX
1.68
0.00
0.00%

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SDBN February 2nd 2015 Speed Networking Event: Make Every Second Count!

January 8, 2015 – 12:17 pm

The San Diego Biotechnology Network hosts a speed networking event twice a year because it’s a great way for local life scientists and professionals to make connections, which is what we’re all about. Some would …

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February SDBN Newsletter: Speed Networking Presentation, Local Events, Blogs, News, Jobs

February 7, 2015 – 10:11 am
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The Biotech/Pharma Project Manager’s Toolkit Begins January 23rd: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

January 20, 2015 – 11:31 am
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We’ve been working closely with UCSD Extension to provide customized life science training that SDBN members are seeking, see our recent press release and event. Our first offering begins January 23rd, the Biotech/Pharma Project Manager’s …

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First SDBN/UCSD Extension Offering To Begin January 2015: Biotech/Pharma Project Manager’s Toolkit

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The San Diego Biotechnology Network was formed in order to serve local life scientists, professionals and organizations and to help the region to not only grow, but thrive. Towards this end, we are working with …

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Breaking San Diego Biotech News

Isis Pharma gets $15M milestone

March 2, 2015 – 7:31 am

GSK pays Carlsbad’s Isis for advancing familial amyloid polyneuropathy drug ISIS-TTRRx.

Cancer Immunotherapy Companies: Looking Forward and Looking Back

March 2, 2015 – 1:00 am

I’ve been researching one of our local immunotherapy developers here in Seattle, trying to round up the views of industry experts regarding the future prospects of a drug at the front of its…

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Scientists Find New Cellular Pathway Defect in Cystinosis

March 2, 2015 – 1:00 am

The research, led by Associate Professor Sergio Catz, could eventually lead to new drug treatments for reducing or preventing kidney damage in cystinosis patients.

TSRI Female Faculty Share Science with Donors and the Public

March 2, 2015 – 1:00 am

The February 5 event was the first event organized by TSRI’s Female Faculty Group.


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Director, Quality Assurance Operations

Hiring Company: Galena Biopharma
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Galena Biopharma, Inc. (NASDAQ: GALE) is a biopharmaceutical company, based in Portland, Oregon, developing and commercializing innovative, targeted oncology treatments that …

Area Manager – Scientific Services

Hiring Company: VWR International
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The Area Manager, Science Services manages and oversees complex customer presentations, implementations, and cost reduction initiatives related to execution of scientific services at customer sites, including …

QC Associate Scientist – Zoetis – San Diego, CA

Schedule, perform, and report routine assays including in-process, final, stability, and various anti-serum screening assays, bringing to the attention of their…
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RESEARCH ASSISTANT (solana beach)

PrecisionMed is a North County based human biological sample biobank and we need someone to join our team with the primary function of providing support to our research professionals in managing our collections of human biological material.
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