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5 Days Until BIO 2015: Meet the Official Bloggers!

June 10, 2015
The 2015 BIO International Convention brings together biotech leaders, innovators and companies from across the world currently helping to transform the scientific landscape. The expert speakers and timely sessions are insightful and a great way to learn key industry takeaways and trends.

It can be hard to keep track of everything going on at Convention and that is why we are working with bloggers and reporters who are covering events as they happen and can provide you with an inside look of what’s happening in Philly.

These bloggers, who are passionate about covering biotechnology issues, will cover Convention happenings on BIOtechNow and their own blogs. This is a great opportunity to learn more about their Convention highlights, analysis, and discussions. Make sure to bookmark their blogs, add them to your RSS feeds, follow their Tweets, and keep tabs on hashtag #BIO2015.

Learn more about the bloggers:

BIO Radio

  • Mike Spear

  • Follow BIO Radio @GenomeAlberta

  • About the blog: BIO Radio is produced by the Canadian not-for-profit funding organization, Genome Alberta. The audio interviews are live streamed daily during BIO 2015 and each interview is edited and posted on our blog pages later in the day. Go to http://genomealberta.ca to find the latest information and podcasts and follow @GenomeAlberta for links or if you’d like to be a BIORadio guest.


BiotechBlog

  • Yali Friedman, Ph.D.

  • Follow BiotechBlog: @thinkBiotech

  • About the blog: BiotechBlog covers commercial, legal, political, and scientific trends in biotechnology.


Bloomberg BNA’s Health Care Blog

  • John T. Aquino

  • Follow Bloomberg BNA: @bloombergbna

  • About the blog: Bloomberg BNA Health Care Blog includes regular blog posts from Bloomberg BNA health care editors.


Healthcare IT Guy

  • Shahid Shah and Gunjan Siroya

  • Follow the Healthcare IT Guy: @ShahidNShah

  • About the blog: The “No BS” blog for innovators and entrepreneurs looking for strategic advice on how to create higher value care delivery systems through digital health technologies.


Life Science Leader, Chief Editor’s Blog

  • Rob Wright, chief editor, Life Science Leader magazine

  • Follow Rob Wright: @RfwrightLSL

  • About the blog: Life Science Leader provides thought-provoking best business practice insights from top biopharmaceutical executives.


Managing IP

  • Michael Loney

  • Follow Michael and Managing IP: @managingip and @mdloney

  • About the blog: Founded in 1990, Managing IP is the leading source of news and analysis on all intellectual property developments worldwide.


Nature Biotechnology’s Trade Secrets Blog

  • Brady Hugget, Lisa Melton and Michael Francisco

  • Follow Nature Biotechnology: @naturebiotech

  • About the blog: Trade Secrets is Nature Biotechnology’s blog about global life science entrepreneurship.


Patent Docs

  • Kevin E. Noonan and Donald L. Zuhn, Jr.

  • Follow Patent Docs: @patentdocs

  • About the blog: Patent Docs is a biotech and pharma law blog, featuring blog posts covering Supreme Court, Federal Circuit and district court cases, procedures before the Patent and Trademark Office including the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, and patent law policy regarding biotechnology issues.


Pink Sheet, Scrip Intelligence, Informa sites

  • Lisa LaMotta, Mike Ward, and Donna Young

  • Follow them: @scripmikeward@biowriterchick, and @ScripDonnaDC

  • About the blog: Pharma & MedTech Business Intelligence from Informa places biopharma and medical device professionals, and those who focus on these industries, at the forefront of knowledge and insight, by providing the perfect combination of news and information together with penetrating insight and analysis.


Research!America Advocacy in Action Blog  

  • Suzanne Ffolkes

  • Follow Research!America: @ResearchAmerica

  • About the blog: Research!America's blog (Advocacy in Action) aims to inform readers about the health and economic benefits of medical innovation and policies that impact public and private sector research.