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Prev : Next The Bay Area Bioscience Association

Industrial self-consciousness

A group of civic leaders drawn from government, higher education, the life sciences, and the biotechnology industry establish the Bay Area Bioscience Association. The organization links a consortium of universities, government agencies, and private and public companies that share a common goal – the advancement of the life sciences and life science industry in the region. The association is known today as BayBio. The current President and CEO of the organization is Gail Maderis, formerly a management consultant at Bain & Co., a senior executive at Genzyme, and, most recently, President and CEO of Five Prime Therapeutics. The BayBio Board of Directors is chaired by Paul Hastings, President and CEO of OncoMed Pharmaceuticals. The membership roster includes more than four-hundred and fifty Northern California biotechnology companies and life science industry service providers.
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