Life science trade associations have become vital as a neutral catalyst to develop and articulate the vision of the nation's future that is founded in science and technology superiority.
Building on BIOCOM's long history of serving this community, the BIOCOM Institute is a charitable non-profit subsidiary created to support life science education and workforce development. BIOCOM, the Institute's founding parent, provides an industry context that ensures success by grounding Institute programs firmly in marketplace realities.
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BayBio brings together the collective strength and experience of the world’s most innovative and productive life science cluster, helping companies grow, connect and advocate to solve some of humanity’s most pressing challenges.
BayBio provides comprehensive support and solutions tailored to the unique needs of nearly 1000 Bay Area life science companies and institutions, delivering tangible value through group purchasing savings, capital access, government affairs & advocacy, networking and best-practice sharing. BayBio also supports the future of bioscience innovation through the BayBio Institute’s work in science education, career development and entrepreneurship.
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BEDC enables HR professionals to make a difference in the lives of the people they serve. Through education, knowledge, development and resources, members connect with one another to forge best practices shaping today's life science and bio-related workplaces.
BEDC’s mission is to develop and provide innovative and quality programs, initiatives, products and services that address the needs of the San Diego Biotech community.
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The BEDC vision is to provide leadership and a collaborative
environment for the betterment of the San Diego Biotech community
and the development of Human Resources professionals.
The Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed), is a trade association that leads the effort to advance medical technology in order to achieve healthier lives and healthier economies around the world. AdvaMed represents 80 percent of medical technology firms in the United States and acts as the common voice for companies producing medical devices, diagnostic products and health information systems.
Our members produce nearly 90 percent of the health care technology purchased annually in the United States and more than 40 percent purchased annually around the world. AdvaMed's member companies range from the largest to the smallest medical technology innovators and companies.
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About the DOL
The Department of Labor has been a key partner of the BioCollaborative.
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iBIO’s mission is to make Illinois and the surrounding Midwest one of the world’s top life sciences centers: a great place to do business, and a great place to grow new technology ventures.
iBIO advocates for sound public policy, delivers education and training programs, and improves our ability to create, attract, and retain businesses.
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San Diego State University is the oldest and largest higher education institution in the San Diego region.
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Since its founding in 1897, the university has grown to become a leading public research university. Each year, SDSU provides more than 34,000 students with the opportunity to participate in an academic curriculum distinguished by direct contact with faculty and an increasing international emphasis that prepares them for a global future.
Georgia Bio's mission is to advance the growth of Georgia’s life sciences industry and foster strategic partnerships that can create a healthier world.
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To accomplish this mission, GaBio conducts business and economic development activities; advocates on behalf of the industry on public policy matters; educates the public about the benefits of life sciences research and product development; and provides a network for the exchange of ideas, information and opportunities.