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March 15, 2015 —
BY MEAGHAN CASEY
On the same day the City of Boston celebrated a Super Bowl victory with a rolling parade, hundreds gathered downtown at the Omni Parker House to discuss how Massachusetts could remain dominant in another arena—the life…
March 15, 2015 —
Q: Can you tell us about Pfizer's approach to rare disease drug discovery and development?
A: Pfizer has a decade of experience and a portfolio of 22 approved medicines for a range of rare diseases that have made an impact on the lives of…
March 9, 2015 —
Boston Business Journal & MHT will name the 2015 Women to Watch in Science & Tech honorees in March and celebrate with a lively awards breakfast in May. The nominations Wednesday, March 11, and we want to make sure we have heard…
March 2, 2015 —
We know everyone in the Massachusetts area has been affected by the extreme weather this winter. We ask that you fill out this quick commuter survey so that MassBio can work to advocate for improvements to our area transportation system using your…
February 24, 2015 —
Entrepreneurs solving problems in regenerative medicine, clinical pain, facial impairments and infectious diseases chosen for mentoring
Entrepreneurs and mentors began the newest cycle of MassCONNECT on Tuesday, February 24th with a…
UMCCTS, SoPE & Harvard Business School Healthcare Alumni Association to Host Innovation Case Study on Voyager Therapeutics
February 18, 2015 —
The Path from Research to Company Launch
The UMass Center for Clinical and Translational Science (UMCCTS), Greater Boston chapter of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs (GBC SoPE), and Harvard Business School Healthcare Alumni…
February 12, 2015 —
The MassBio team mourns the death of Brian P. Murphy, Cambridge's assistant city manager for community development. Brian has been a strong partner and advocate for responsible, sustainable growth of the life sciences industry in Cambridge…
February 10, 2015 —
Due to Governor Baker's declaration of a state of emergency in Massachusetts and the MBTA shutting down, the MassBio and MassBioEd offices will remain closed Tuesday, February 10th.
February 9, 2015 —
MassBio, the premier life sciences trade association representing more than 650 life sciences companies, research institutions and other industry stakeholders, has announced that Sarah MacDonald will take on a new role as Executive Vice President.
February 8, 2015 —
Due to the winter storm, the MassBio and MassBioEd offices will be closed Monday, February 9th.