CEO Letters

08/25/2021

August 2021

Members and Friends, With fall just around the corner, summer vacation season coming to an end and schools resuming, Virginia Bio is likewise returning to the “daily grind!” (we’ve never stopped working for you…).  We are excited to resume several of our regular events, including our September 9th Commercialization & Leadership Luncheon Series which will

07/23/2021

July 2021

Members and Friends, Register NOW for Women Building Bio 2021! Join us on September 30th for our 6th year of Women Building Bio with our theme: “Investing in Ourselves: Growing Stronger and Better Together.”  Last year’s virtual event saw over 200 registered participants and was headlined by the Biotechnology Innovation Organization’s (BIO’s) CEO Dr. Michelle McMurry-Heath and Miss America

06/29/2021

June 2021

Members and Friends, New Website and Member Portal Are Here!  We are excited to announce our newly revamped website!  The new website provides a clearer tool for communicating with you, policymakers and the public regarding our growing and dynamic ecosystem.  Be sure to go to the website for an updated events calendar, the latest news discussing

05/25/2021

May 2021

Members and Friends, Happy Memorial Day! We hope you are able to take a little breather over the next few months and enjoy our collective reemergence from pandemic restrictions. Our biotechnology community has made this happen; from ever-more accessible and accurate diagnostics, to life-saving therapies to our vaccines, we continue to pursue our mutual objective:

04/28/2021

April 2021

Members and Friends, We hope that you have made it safely through Spring break and have your eyes on a long-awaited and well-deserved summer escape! Our members continue to be busy delivering life-saving biotechnology as we “round the corner” in our collective fight against the pandemic and other illnesses. The Virginia Bio team stands ready

03/26/2021

March 2021

Members and Friends, Welcome to Spring! I hope that your NCAA basketball brackets remain somewhat intact and useable (which would be a better situation than mine…). The Virginia Bio team is extremely happy to be on the warmer side of things and looking forward to what we hope will be a very productive spring for