|2013 Rhode Island Bioscience Awards|
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Edward Bozzi, PhD – Associate Clinical Professor; Coordinator of the Biomanufacturing Program, University of Rhode Island. VIDEO
Michelle Wu – Director of Quality Services, Ximedica. VIDEO
Denice Spero, PhD and Anne De Groot, MD – Co-Director and Director (respectively), Institute for Immunology and Informatics (iCubed) at the University of
Andrew P. Mallon, PhD – CEO/Director of Research, Calista Therapeutics, Inc. VIDEO
Leslie Cousens, PhD – Scientific Director of Protein Therapeutics, EpiVax, Inc. VIDEO
Read Press Release - Rhode Island Bioscience Award Winners Announced!
Tech Collective’s Rhode Island Bioscience Awards honor those who are innovating and impacting our industry. These are the scientists, researchers, thinkers, and culture changers challenging the status quo. From laboratories to production, from concept and cultivation, these are the individuals literally changing worlds and changing lives. And with their leadership, all of this is happening right here in Rhode Island.
The Rhode Island Bioscience Awards have been established to recognize these Bioscience Champions. We need your insights to do so. Send us your colleagues, your champions, your world changers. Professionals in the medical device, research and development, pharmaceutical, or related bioscience industry sector are encouraged to nominate or apply.
Nominations and Applications will be accepted now through Friday, February 1, 2013. Nominate or apply for your peers; or, if you are a champion yourself, we encourage you to apply directly. Nomination/Application Form.
Award winners with be recognized at the Rhode Island Bioscience Awards inaugural celebration on May 2, 2013 at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet.______________________________________
The Rhode Island Bioscience Awards inaugural celebration will be held May 2, 2013 from 5:30 - 8:00 pm at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet.
Brian Malow - "Earth's Premier Science Comedian (self-proclaimed)" - will open the Awards night! Brian's combination of wit, humor, and science - ranging from space to atoms, from pop-culture to the truly genius - has won acclaim from NASA, the National Association of Science Writers, Apple, Time Magazine, and many more. His current work includes science communications at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Scientific American’s “But Seriously…” blog, and appearances on the Weather Channel, through which he will appear in its “Hacking the Planet” series premiering later this month. Read More
We will also celebrate the Rhode Island recipient of theAmgen Award for Science Teaching Excellence:
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