UC Riverside’s Wet Lab Incubator Open To Biotech Entrepreneurs

Electronic Health Reporter

UC Riverside’s Wet Lab Incubator has opened its doors to biotech entrepreneurs throughout the Inland Empire. The article UC Riverside’s Wet Lab Incubator Open To Biotech Entrepreneurs appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Editorial Biotech Murrieta Genomics Rodolfo Torres UC Riverside’s Wet Lab IncubatorThis article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited.

Pfizer to Grant Golden Tickets to Biotech Startups

MedTech Boston

The post Pfizer to Grant Golden Tickets to Biotech Startups appeared first on MedTech Boston. News biotech startups Boston Biotech labcentral pfizerIt might be your lucky day. Pfizer has issued a call for U.S. startup companies to file proposals to.

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MassBio talks what digital health can learn from biotech

Mobi Health News

MassBio's Luba Greenwood also discusses her decision to leave Verily in order to pursue teaching the intersection of life science and technology at Harvard.

Benchling gets $14.5M to build collaboration tools for biotechs, pharmas

Mobi Health News

Benchling, which offers a software suite for improving collaboration and productivity among life sciences and biotech researchers, has raised $14.5 million in series B funding. Benchmark led the round, with additional participation by F-Prime Capital and returning investor Thrive Capital

New from Tech Tonics: Andrew Trister: From Jersey Boy to Digital Doc

Digital Health

With a knack for engineering and a passion for patients, Dr. Andrew Trister’s career has taken this Jersey boy from radiation oncology to Apple to his current role at the Gates Foundation, where he’s spearheading their efforts to leverage technology to improve the health of people around the world.

China’s Burning Rock Biotech completes Series C financing of RMB 850 million

Mobi Health News

Burning Rock Biotech, which was founded in 2014 and focuses on NGS (Next-Generation Sequencing) diagnostics solutions for precision medicine in oncology, today announced the closing of the Series C financing totaling RMB 850 million. The financing was led by GIC, followed by LYFE Capital, CMB International Capital, Lilly Asia Ventures (LAV), Sequoia Capital China and T&Brothers Capital

New Tech Tonics Podcast – Carolyn Magill – May the Fast, Steep Road Rise Up to Meet You!

Digital Health

Biotech and Genetics David Shaywitz Digital Health Entrepreneurship Healthcare Information Technology Innovation Pharma/Biotech Uncategorized Aetion Carolyn Magill connected social media david shaywitz evolent Lisa Suennen tech tonics podcastCarolyn Magill had planned a life in foreign service or international relations. But it wasn’t until she found herself at the nexus of healthcare and public policy that she realized she found her home.

New Tech Tonics Episode: Susan Desmond-Hellmann: The Inquisitive Leader

Digital Health

Her illustrious career has taken her from clinician to biotech executive to university chancellor to CEO of the world’s largest foundation, yet throughout this exceptional journey, Susan Desmond-Hellmann has remained empathetic, inquisitive, and emphatically true to herself.

Biotech billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong steps down from ONC health IT advisory committee

FierceHealthIT

the biotech billionaire and CEO of health technology company NantWorks, on Wednesday said that he is stepping down from the federal Health IT Advisory Committee (HITAC) that provides policy recommendations to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT Patrick Soon-Shiong, M.D.,

I Want a New Drug, Part 2 –Digital Therapeutics on the Rise

Digital Health

Digital Health Entrepreneurship Healthcare Information Technology Healthcare Venture Capital Innovation Pharma/Biotech Precision Medicine Uncategorized AppliedVR Beth Rogozinski Congnivive digital drug digital medicine digital therapeutics freespira Otsuka Proteus Pear Therapeutics Tony Simon welldocIn the last month I have spoken at an event about digital therapeutics and been invited to speak at 5 more unrelated events on the same topic (note: I am not doing them all).

NYU Langone opens NYC's largest biotech incubator with backing from biopharma giants

FierceHealthIT

NYU Langone Health opened a 50,000 square-foot biotech incubator space in Manhattan that has attracted big-name corporate sponsors including biopharma giants Bristol-Myers Squibb, Sanofi, and Boehringer Ingelheim. The health system's biotech incubator is part of a larger effort by New York City and the state of New York to turn the city into a top-tier biopharma hub after years of lagging behind Boston/Cambridge, MA, and the San Francisco Bay Area

New Tech Tonics Episode: Imran Haque – Grounded Data Scientist

Digital Health

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New Tech Tonics Podcast: From Maine to Mainstream: The Noah Craft Story

Digital Health

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New Tech Tonics Episode: Katherine Chou: How A Quintessential Googler Wraps Her (Deep) Mind Around Healthcare

Digital Health

Biotech and Genetics David Shaywitz Diagnostics and Screening Digital Health Healthcare Information Technology Innovation Tech Tonics Podcast Uncategorized connected social media david shaywitz dnanexus Google Deep Mind Google Medical Brain Katherine Chou Lisa SuennenKatherine Chou is in many ways the quintessential Googler – super smart, a passion for computer science, an engineer through and through.

The Race for Optimum Insulin Control – Artificial Intelligence vs. Biotech

Insulin Nation

Managing blood glucose is difficult even with the current array of insulin options. Rapid-acting and long-lasting analogues still feature the steep dose-response curve that is the key shortcoming of conventional insulin. That makes for the fine line between an effective dose and one that sends blood glucose levels too low … ‘ said Harry Destecroix, CEO of Ziylo, which was just acquired by Novo Nordisk. Industry leaders are pursuing two paths for achieving better insulin control.

Pharma’s Future Relevance Depends on Empathy, Messaging, Partnering, and Supporting Patients and Providers

Health Populi

COVID-19 is re-shaping all industries, especially health care. And the pharma industry is challenged along with other health care sectors.

New Tech Tonics Podcast: Lisa Alderson and her Long and Winding Road to Genomics

Digital Health

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Latest Tech Tonics Podcast: From Farm to Negotiating Table – James Dromey of the Murdoch Royal Children’s Institute

Digital Health

Biotech and Genetics David Shaywitz Digital Health Entrepreneurship Innovation Precision Medicine Tech Tonics Podcast Uncategorized connected social media david shaywitz Dr. James Dromey health system innovation James Dromey Lisa Suennen MCRI Murdoch Children's Research Institute Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne Tech Tonics translational medicineJames Dromey was supposed to be a farmer in County Cork, Ireland and has the milking experience to prove it.

New Episode of the Tech Tonics Podcast: Zoe Barry: Driving Entrepreneurship from the Fast Lane

Digital Health

Healthcare Information Technology Innovation Pharma/Biotech Tech Tonics Podcast Uncategorized connected social media david shaywitz Lisa Suennen specialty pharma digital health tech tonics podcast women mentorship ZappRx Zoe BarryWhen Zoe Barry was a kid, she had two things she wanted to be when she grew up, either a veterinarian or “someone who writes checks.” She gave the first a shot and ended up settling on the second.

Moderna, one of the biggest gambles in Biotech history to be tested on Wall Street with $10Bn IPO

Lloyd Price

One of the biggest gambles in biotech history is about to be tested on Wall Street. In its prospectus, Moderna set an initial target of $500 million for the offering, which would make it the largest biotech IPO in history. The company has raised all that cash and stayed private for years, even amidst the most prolonged and successful biotech IPO run in history. Unlike a typical biotech going public, Moderna has a pipeline of 21 programs, 10 of which are in human testing.

AMA teams up with biotech incubator to connect physicians with startups

FierceHealthIT

The American Medical Association is teaming up with Sling Health to give startup entrepreneurs access to physicians' perspectives on where technology can be applied to fix real-world clinical problems

$100+ Billion spent on myriad of acquisitions across Pharma and Biotech industries in H1 2018

Lloyd Price

For many biotech companies, mergers and acquisitions have become a cornerstone in building a robust pipeline that can ensure positive growth for years to come. 2017 was considered to be a lean year for M&A in biotech. So far during the first six months of the year, more than $100 billion has been spent on a myriad of acquisitions across the pharma and biotech industries.

The New Drug Companies Aren’t Drug Companies At All

Health Populi

” GNS has already been hard at work to build out those deep partnerships with health ecosystem stakeholders including health plans, health care providers, and pharma and biotech companies some of which are shown in the table. Artificial intelligence Big data and health Bio/life sciences Biotech Data analytics and health Health care industry Health ecosystem Health insurance Medicare Medicines Personalized medicine Pharmaceutical Venture capital and health

Americans’ Trust in the Healthcare System Low Compared to Rest-of-World’s Health Citizens

Health Populi

Biotech is roughly tied for second place with consumer health, dropping also by 7 points. There’s another piece of math worth doing here: a chasm between biotech and pharma of 17 percentage points worth of trust — that is the difference between the 55% of American trusting biotech versus 38% trusting pharma. In that context, look at chart #4, “Biotech Seen as the Laboratory vs Pharma.” In the U.S.,

In Health Tech, Beware of Getting Exactly What You Want

Healthcare IT Today

Last night, I watched a video about the rise and fall of disgraced biotech startup Theranos, which claimed to have invented technology that would dramatically change clinical blood testing worked. Ambulatory Clinical EMR-EHR Genomics-Precision Medicine Health IT Company Healthcare IT Biotech Startups Blood Testing Clinical Testing Health IT Investment Theranos Walgreens

Inanovate Inc. Secures $3.1 Million Investment To Support Breast Cancer Detection Technology

Electronic Health Reporter

Joni Johnson Kim Patrick Sanford Health South Dakota Biotech South Dakota Equity PartnersThis article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. Inanovate, Inc., a life science company specializing in the development of blood tests for cancer and autoimmune diseases, has secured an initial closing of $3.1million on a Series C financing round. The investment, led by South Dakota Equity Partners, Mr. T.

Will Consumers Cross the Cost-and-Trust Chasm Between Prescription Drugs and Hospitals?

Health Populi

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LA BioMed closes $50M bond sale to finance biotech research lab

FierceHealthIT

LA BioMed, a nonprofit scientific research organization on the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Campus, attracted more than twice the offering size of its first bond issue. Here's what they plan to do with it

Healthcare Companies Struggle With Implementing Digital Transformation

Healthcare IT Today

Administration C-Suite Leadership EMR-EHR Health IT Company Healthcare IT Hospital - Health System IT Biotech Companies Healhcare Digital Transformation Life Sciences Medtech Companies Pharmaceutical companies Simon-Kucher & PartnersNew research has found that healthcare organizations around the world have big plans for digital transformation but often stumble when it comes to implementing this process.

Sanofi Opens Massachusetts-Based Digitally-Enabled Drug Manufacturing Facility

MedTech Boston

News biotech health tech SanofiPhoto has been modified. Courtesy of Sanofi. Framingham, Massachusetts will be home to global pharmaceutical giant Sanofi’s newly. The post Sanofi Opens Massachusetts-Based Digitally-Enabled Drug Manufacturing Facility appeared first on MedTech Boston.

Personalized Medicine: Consumer Concerns About Coverage, Affordability and Privacy

Health Populi

Big data and health Biotech Cancer Cognitive computing and health Data analytics and health Genetics/genomics Health costs Health education Health finance Health insurance Health law Health literacy Health regulation Healthcare access Medical innovation Medicines Money and health Personalized medicine Privacy and security Specialty drugs TrustTwo in 3 Americans haven’t heard the phrases “personalized medicine” or “precision medicine.”

Most Americans Across Party ID Favor U.S. Government Negotiation to Lower Rx Drug Costs

Health Populi

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UAE entrepreneur pledges AED 5 million towards COVID-19 vaccine currently in trial

Mobi Health News

Chairman of the UAE’s IBC Group is working with the UK biotech research company, Vaxbio to launch an affordable vaccine that the company hopes to launch by the summer

Don’t Blink: Healthcare Orgs Using AI, Data Analytics To Speed Up Digital Transformation

Healthcare IT Today

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Digital's potential in clinical trials, medical adherence

Mobi Health News

This week at the Connected Health Conference in Boston, Bob Coughlin, executive director of the Mass Biotech Council and Dr. Joe Kvedar, VP of Connected Health at Partners, talked the future of digital in life sciences.

Why more physicians should enter industry

KevinMD

Attend any biotech or health informatics conference and one thing becomes clear: the scarcity of physicians. Entrepreneurs, businessmen, angel investors, and software engineers swarm these conferences -- and their encompassing companies -- all the while the imperative persona in this realm remains tied up behind a dysfunctional EHR or in an overbooked operating room. Certainly, inculcating these dynamic players in the health care space is integral to the successful evolvement. Read more.

Northwestern inks $65M investment partnership to support research

FierceHealthIT

The fund will be geared toward health and biotech discoveries at the Illinois university, officials said this week

Israeli government dips into digital health with $33M grant

Mobi Health News

Today the Israeli government announced a $33 million grant aimed at furthering the country's foothold in digital health, specifically in biotech and medicine, according to Reuters Israel is continuing to carve out its space as a digital health hub in the Middle East.

Medidata acquires Shyft for $195M, establishes unified trial, commercialization data platform

Mobi Health News

Medidata, a New York City-based company that offers cloud storage and data analytics services for clinical trials, announced today that it has acquired Shyft Analytics, maker of a cloud data analytics platform specifically designed for the pharma and biotech industries

Income Inequality is Fostering Mis-Trust, the Edelman 2020 Trust Barometer Observes

Health Populi

In pharma and biotech, those “experts” would be scientists doing R&D and those folks who understand the data underneath the discoveries. To that point, note that Edelman found in last year’s Trust Barometer that biotech was held to a much higher trust level than pharma within the larger healthcare industry segment. Economic development has historically built trust among nations’ citizens.