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Helping Students Reach Career Goals & Individual Potential

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Updated: Tuesday, August 20, 2019
At Virginia Bio we understand students are working harder than ever to meet the demands of an increasingly competitive market. We are here to help! We offer a variety of volunteer opportunities that give students that extra edge required for success. Volunteer opportunities include community events, conferences, lunches, social hours and more. Here students can discover, connect and foster relationships that align with their interests. And, with just a few hours of volunteer time, students can attend these real world experiences at no charge.

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To get started, simply submit your name, email address and cell phone number to Caron Trumbo and we’ll take it from there. We look forward to connecting you to our powerful community.

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Two all-beef patties, lettuce, cheese, pickles & onions on a sesame seed bun-and don’t forget the special sauce!

Posted By Administration, Thursday, July 25, 2019
Our new social media campaign may not get as famous as this McDonald’s jingle, but it does come with special sauce! It’s designed for special events and will begin with Women Building Bio 2019. The campaign will deliver a series of professional, striking web banners that will stand out and get noticed! They will feature industry leading keynote speakers, testimonials from previous attendees and more. By applying a social media strategy, it will help increase brand visibility, heighten user experience, and create a wider audience over time, not just for us but for you and your company as well.

That’s where the special sauce comes in? It’s YOU! Just follow the Women Building Bio campaign banners on any or all of the 3 channels to include LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter and be sure to like and share them with your colleagues and friends. By consistently participating in the social media marketing platforms, we can build increased traffic, better SEO and improved brand loyalty. Together, we’re creating a stronger voice - and overall brand image.

Stay tuned for more info to come,

Tara Lloyd
Director Communications & Marketing

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See you later not goodbye

Posted By Sherri Halloran, Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Updated: Wednesday, June 26, 2019
The time has come to say goodbye and to take the next step in my career journey. It’s bittersweet as I announce that I’ll be leaving Virginia Bio at the end of this week. I’ve been incredibly honored to get to know you all, and to work with so many amazing people over the years.

During my time here I’ve proudly witnessed the phenomenal growth of the Virginia Bio community. New companies have formed and many of the start-ups from my early days have grown into mature companies. The depth and definition of life science has evolved and changed to embrace a wider variety of organizations. New funding sources have come to fruition and collaboration seems at an all-time high. It’s an exciting time for the industry in Virginia.

Even though I won’t be a part of Virginia Bio any more, I’ll continue to cheer you on, rooting for your success and championing your efforts. Connect with me on LinkedIn or send me a note at sherrihalloran@me.com to stay in touch.

You will be in capable hands with Caron Trumbo and Cassandra Isley available to help with your needs. “Be strong as you fight your way to success, the difficulty you face is nothing compared to the joy of success.”

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Charlottesville Teen Competes for Virginia

Posted By Administration, Thursday, May 23, 2019
Updated: Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Virginia Bio and the Virginia Bioscience Foundation have named Albemarle High School Junior, Paula Zhu of Charlottesville as the winner of the 2019 Virginia BioGENEius Challenge, the premier competition for high school students that recognizes outstanding research and innovation in the biotechnology field. As the Virginia BioGENEius finalist, Paula will attend the 2019 BIO International Convention in Philadelphia, the industry’s trade conference, where she will engage with leading companies, scientists and innovators currently transforming the scientific landscape in order to gain invaluable insights into an industry making significant contributions to the world.

Paula’s project, titled "3D Spatiotemporal Profiling of Adrenergic and Cholinergic Transmission” focused on two brain neurotransmitters. “Many neurological diseases result from NE/ACh transmission problems, but even normal transmission is poorly understood. My findings reshape views on NE/ACh transmission and will help us understand transmission and NE/ACh dysregulation diseases,” said Paula. The project was selected by an independent panel of volunteer judges representing the Virginia Bio membership.

In Philadelphia, Paula will compete against students from the U.S., Canada and Germany in the International BioGENEius Challenge. The projects presented will represent a range of biotechnology topics such as healthcare, agriculture, and the environment.

“The Challenge highlights the breakthroughs made when we invest and encourage our younger generations to pursue their ideas. These students are facing the world’s greatest challenges and doing impressive work to understand them,” said Jeff Gallagher, Virginia Bio CEO. “Virginia is excited to have Paula represent the state at the 2019 BIO International Convention as we already know that her research has great potential to help society as well as inspire others to pursue research projects.”

Winners of the International BioiGENEius Challenge will be announced during the Tuesday, June 4th keynote at the 2019 BIO International Convention. The winners will receive a $7,500 cash prize.

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Make your next move with Award winning service

Posted By Administration, Thursday, April 25, 2019
Humboldt Storage & Moving has won the highly-coveted 2018 Moving & Storage Agent of the Year Service Excellence Award from the American Moving & Storage Association. Humboldt Storage & Moving was selected for the award by a panel of experts out of approximately 2,000 eligible companies across the country.

The Agent of the Year Award reflects AMSA’s and the industry’s commitment to excellent customer service, and is presented to agents nominated by their affiliated van line based on customer surveys and van line experience. Nominations are judged primarily on customer service assessments and other industry awards and recognition. Consideration is also given to factors such as leadership, innovation, community involvement, and activities that enhance the industry’s image.

In the past 10 years, Humboldt has set out to change the image of moving. With a brand of “Relax and Get Moving,” Humboldt and its employees have worked hard to make a stressful time, the moving experience, much more manageable and less worrisome for customers. The goal of putting every customer at ease is embedded in the culture and every team member understands their role. From the way in which all team members interact with customers, to online video surveys, virtual document signing, educational videos and other resources, Humboldt has worked in all areas to make moving less stressful.

Whether it’s employee relocation, office and lab moving or regulatory-compliant, climate controlled specimen relocation, Virginia Bio members can save up to 65% through our Bio Business Solutions partnership. Find out more.

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