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UC San Diego Bioengineering Ranked First by National Research Council

Intro of the “No. 1 From the Start” feature from UCSD News:

“Bioengineers at UC San Diego have helped us understand why atherosclerosis develops and how it is impacted by blood flow. They have pioneered the development of very thin, small and flexible sensors that stick to the skin and monitor vital signs, such as […]

May 27th, 2016|

Biocept Demonstrates the Solid Future of Liquid Biopsies

A recent mendelspod podcast profiles Biocept, its CEO and future of liquid biopsies – an overview and an excerpt:


0:00 A $20 billion market

4:09 How many tests have you sold to date?

6:36 At what point will the liquid biopsy be preferred to solid tumor biopsy?

11:07 Using the same CPT codes

14:26 Prepping for FDA oversight by working […]

May 21st, 2016|

Using Genetic Sequencing to Unlock Secret DNA Mutations — And Save Lives

May 19th, 2016|

Photo Recap: 2016 BIO World Congress

May 13th, 2016|

Samumed’s CEO on Valuation and Why He Didn’t Look to Silicon Valley for Backing

May 11th, 2016|

Upcoming Event Spotlight: America’s Antibody Congress, May 19-20

Antibody based drugs are having a profound impact on the pharmaceutical industry. From an approved bispecific treatment and more on the way to infectious diseases and immunotherapy, antibodies are proving their worth in the clinic and in the patient.

So why does it seem people have nothing new to talk about at events?

America’s Antibody Congress […]

May 9th, 2016|

Upcoming Event Spotlight: World Biosimilar Congress, May 19-20

Following the release of the FDA’s purple book, the World Biosimilar Congress (WBC) USA launched in 2015 to bring focus to the important and distinct issues facing the biopharmaceutical industry. When it comes to developing and commercializing biosimilars in the United States from the payer or biosimilar manufacturing perspective, WBC is the largest event […]

May 9th, 2016|

How Craig Venter Is Fighting Aging With Genome Sequencing

Intro to feature article in WIRED:

“Nine years ago, Craig Venter sequenced the first complete individual human genome – his own. Now, he’s finally starting to decode what it means for his future.

In early 2006, Craig Venter received a worrying email concerning his genome. Amid the six billion letters-long sequence of the A, T, C […]

May 4th, 2016|

SBP and GSK Create New Center for Translational Neuroscience

Coverage of the new center from Sanford Burnham Prebys and GlaxoSmithKline designed to “advance translational neuroscience by identifying and validating new therapeutic targets”:

GSK, Sanford Burnham Prebys Create Translational Neuroscience Center (GEN)
“The new SBP-GSK Center for Translational Neuroscience—to be located on SBP’s campus in La Jolla, CA—will promote collaboration by researchers from SBP and GSK. SBP scientists, postdoctoral […]

April 20th, 2016|

Protein: It’s Not Just for Dinner/25 VIPs

In a special two-part post for San Diego Magazine/Hatch, Jessica Yingling describes “everything you never knew you wanted to know about proteins” and the important proteins San Diego scientists are currently studying.

The intro of “Protein: It’s Not Just for Dinner:”

“When people hear the word protein, they often think of chicken or tofu or a protein […]

April 15th, 2016|