On this week’s BioTech Nation, the winner of BIO’s Future Maker 2016 Award - Dr. HOWARD JACOBS from the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology in Huntsville, Alabama.
On this week’s BioTech Nation, looking for new drugs … in the ocean. DR. EDUARDO ESQUENAZI, the Founder and CEO of Sirenas Marine Discovery, talks about bioprospecting.
BioTech Nation broadcasts from the International Biotechnology Conference, BIO 2016 in San Francisco. This week’s guests are JIM GREENWOOD, President and CEO of BIO, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization, MIKE MAY, Editorial Director, Scientific American WorldView 2016, and YALI FRIEDMAN, its head of Data Analytics, ROGER CRYSTAL, the CEO of Opiant Pharmaceuticals, and GARETH WILLIAMS with Marks & Clerk International Intellectual Property Firm.
On Biotech Nation with Dr Moira Gunn, how much do we know about the clinical trials behind drugs approved by the FDA? JENNIFER MILLER, the Founder and President of Bioethics, International and a professor at NYU Medical School, talks about the Good Pharma Scorecard.
On Biotech Nation, it’s all about Youth Rally, an annual camp for kids and teens with conditions of the bowel and bladder. We’ll hear from its chair, PAUL HASTINGS, who is also the President and CEO of OncoMed Pharmaceuticals, as well as Youth Rally’s, APRIL GIMLEN, and EMILY MALLAR.
On BioTech Nation, looking for cancer cells in the blood. DR. PAUL DEMPSEY, Chief Scientific Officer of Cynvenio Biosystems talks about their technology and an ongoing clinical study of women with breast cancer.
On BioTech Nation, ANTHONY RAESIDE, the Head of Research at The Evaluate Group in London. He’ll preview the global pharmaceutical industry and give us a look ahead to 2020, and on BioIssue of the Week with David Ewing Duncan, it’s President Obama’s announcement about a precision medicine initiative.
On BioTech Nation, PAUL PERRAULT, the CEO of CSL Behring, on their long history from the Spanish flu a century ago to Hemophilia today, and SHANE KOVACS from PTC Therapeutics, on nonsense mutations and Duchene Muscular Dystrophy