BIO Digital

June 8-12, 2020
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Same quality experts, brand new digital platform.  During BIO Digital Week, BIO’s top-notch education program hosted the biotechnology and pharma industry's most critical conversations – providing the essential know-how that you need to advance your business.

300+ Sessions in 17 Focus Areas Including:
Interactive Plenary Sessions Announced

BIO executives, Dr. Michelle McMurry-Heath, Jim Greenwood and Jeremy Levin, discuss how biotech is rising to address the COVID-19 pandemic.

Top scientists and industry experts from leading companies will share information on the development of vital treatment options for COVID-19.

Hear from the experts on vaccines in development and challenges of clinical trials, manufacturing scale-up and global implementation.

Featured Education Topics

COVID-19, Infectious Diseases and Vaccines

COVID-19, Infectious Diseases and Vaccines 

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Business Development and Finance

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Cell & Gene Therapies and Genome Editing

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BioProcess Theater

Listen and learn about the latest trends impacting biopharmaceutical research, development, and manufacturing. This zone features on-demand sessions including panel discussions and presentations.

On-Demand Company Presentations

BIO Digital Company Presentations allows companies to discuss their pipeline, R&D activities, and future goals to this exclusive audience.

Power Tools for Speakers at BIO Digital

Get helpful tips and techniques from W2O Group’s Mike Huckman and Barbara Pinto, both former broadcast network journalists, for your BIO Digital sessions. Learn ways to execute your panel/presentation so it captivates your audience and prepares you and your session to stand out.

Power Tools for Speakers at BIO Digital

Statement on Diversity

BIO is committed to workforce development, diversity, and inclusion, and incorporates these values into all aspects of BIO operations. Program development for BIO’s events will be considered in this light, with specific attention paid to speakers’ gender, race, ethnic background, sexual orientation, and gender identity, as well as their company’s focus, financing, geographic location, and size.  Diverse programming at BIO’s events allows BIO to remain a strong leader in efforts to ensure that the biotechnology industry can attract, develop, and retain a high-quality, globally competitive employee talent pool. Learn more about Workforce Development, Diversity, & Inclusion at BIO.