CEO Letters


December 2021

Guest post from Virginia Bioscience Foundation Chair, Jim Powers.   Dear Virginia Bio Members, I am writing to request your participation in the 2022 Jeff Gallagher Scholarship Fund, sponsored by the Virginia Bioscience Foundation.  The objective of the fund is to stimulate interest in the biosciences from K-12 disadvantaged students in Virginia.  When the fund


November 2021

Members and Friends, From our Virginia Bio family to yours, Happy Holidays! If you haven’t already been inundated with holiday music, get ready! Virginia Bio is thankful for all of its great members and the support we have received from you and our ecosystem partners over this past year. We look forward to continuing to


October 2021

Members and Friends, We hope this has been a productive fall for you! It has been productive for the Virginia Bio Team; in-person events have resumed, in-person meetings have kicked back in, and preparations for upcoming events (40th Annual JP Morgan Healthcare Conference, anyone?) are just a few things happening in the ecosystem. We have


September 2021

Members and Friends, Join us this Thursday September 30 for Women Building Bio 2021! Register NOW for Women Building Bio 2021!  With the theme “Investing in Ourselves: Growing Stronger and Better Together,” our 6th annual conference will continue to focus on advancing women scientist-leaders in the bioscience ecosystem by focusing on their collective importance, strengths


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


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