Jim Greenwood's Address at the 2011 BIO International Convention

Mankind's need to cure disease, combat hunger and discover new forms of energy has never been more urgent.

Ways Biotech Can Better Integrate Diverse Populations

Dr. Augustus White is author of “Seeing Patients: Unconscious Bias in Health Care” and a pioneer in equitable care. Dr. White will be delivering the keynote address at this year’s Diversity Summit at the 2011 BIO International Convention in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Karel Schubert, Executive Director of Bioscience Association of West Virginia

BIOtechNOW’s Tracy Cooley talks to Dr. Schubert of the  Bioscience Association of West Virginia about biotech in West Virginia – major areas of growth, the outlook for growth of the industry within the states, and plans for the upcoming  BIO International Convention.

Rachel King, CEO of GlycoMimetics and a BIO Board member

GlycoMimetics’ Rachel King discusses the prevalence of sickle cell disease and urgency to find treatments.

Hervé Tettelin, Associate Professor in Microbiology and Immunology

Dr. Tettelin discusses his research in reverse vaccinology and as a pioneer of the pan-genome concept.

Melinda Moree, CEO of BIO Ventures for Global Health

Moree discusses the Forum and the importance of partnering to improving the health of people in developing countries.

Dr. Augustus White on the Diversity Summit in Washington, DC

Dr. Augustus White is a pioneer in equitable care. He will be delivering the keynote address at this year’s Diversity Summit at the 2011 BIO International Convention.

Toby Gordon, Sc.D., Associate Professor at The John Hopkins Carey Business School

The Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Boot Camp at the 2011 BIO International Convention is an intensive three day course designed for entrepreneurial scientists.

Elana Fine and the 7th Annual Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Boot Camp

Fine, University of Maryland Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship and local co-chair of the Boot Camp, discusses the event, who should attend and what they can expect to learn.

Deb Bowes, President of Women in Bio

Deb Bowes from Women in Bio discusses the critical role of women’s leadership in biotechnology, and why she is personally committed to Women in Bio's mission.