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Drug Development

Perspective from a Scripps Research Graduate: Five Reasons You Should Be Attending DIA 2019 June 23-27 in San Diego

Guest Author: Sudip Parikh, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, Americas at DIA Global* I had a great experience as a Scripps Research graduate student in La Jolla. After graduating, I moved to the east […]

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Drug Development

SDBN March 26th 2012 Event with Organovo

Organovo is an exciting San Diego biotech company with technology to create human tissue through a technique called 3D bioprinting. The tissue can be used for drug discovery and development, and the company has been […]

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Drug Discovery

SDBN July 19th Event: Virtual Biotech Part 1: How to Effectively Outsource a Drug Discovery Program

Changes in the drug discovery landscape have presented many tough challenges for our region, including downsizing for larger companies and a dearth of VC funding for startups. With these challenges come opportunities, however, because drug […]

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Drug Discovery

SDBN June 21st Event Featuring aTyr Pharma

The San Diego Biotechnology Network’s June 21st event will feature aTyr Pharma, with Board Member and CEO Jeffry Watkins (Bio) giving a talk titled “Innovation: Where is our Biology?” aTyr is developing therapeutics based on […]

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SDBN April 19th 2011 Event Featuring Celgene

Through research, acquisitions, and mergers, Celgene has built a robust product portfolio and pipeline in hematology and oncology. This accomplishment is quite a feat in today’s environment, with pharma pipelines dwindling, and they are one […]

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Conferences

Jon Eisen – Genomic Encyclopedia of Bacteria and Archaea to sample the breadth of microbial diversity

I recently attended the 2010 American Society for Microbiology General Meeting with my colleague Mary Canady. I’ll be covered the scientific sessions and shared interesting developments in genetics, microbiology, and technology. See also the #ASMGM […]

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Conferences

Stephen Quake Keynote: Single-molecule sequencing shows microbial diversity is greater than expected #ASMGM

I’m blogging this week from the 2010 American Society for Microbiology General Meeting with my colleague Mary Canady. I’ll be covering the scientific sessions and sharing interesting developments in genetics, microbiology, and technology. You can […]