VaBio News

07/13/2020

John Newby column: Biopharmaceutical companies help Virginia reopen and stay safe

With Gov. Ralph Northam managing a measured reopening across Virginia, workers, researchers and businesses at every point of the health care delivery system are continuing to work to contain the spread of COVID-19. Among them are Virginia’s biotechnology companies and organizations that have been helping to ramp up testing, develop treatments and work toward possible

05/27/2020

Falls Church Teen Competes for Virginia

Virginia Bio and the Virginia Bioscience Foundation have named Justice High School’s, Andrew Tran of Falls Church as the winner of the 2020 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, Andrew will attend the 2020 BIO Digital

02/25/2020

Virginia Bio is hiring!

Virginia Bio, the non-profit trade association of the life science industry in Virginia is seeking a Director of Programs and Communications and a Vice President Membership and Development to join the team. Click here to learn more about the Director of Programs and Communications Click here to learn more about the Vice President Membership and Development  

02/19/2020

Call for Judges for Science Fair and BioGENEius Challenge

Each year, Virginia Bio recruits volunteer judges from the membership to attend the Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair to select the top three winners in the field of biosciences. The time commitment is limited to a pre-event online review of the submissions to select the finalists and then a few hours onsite at the

02/18/2020

Keep Virginia’s Life Sciences Innovation Economy Strong

A letter from John Newby, CEO, Virginia Bio Citizens across Virginia need health solutions and affordable health care to live full, healthy and productive lives. Lawmakers in the General Assembly are examining a broad range of policies in an attempt to relieve the burden of rising health care costs. But some of the proposals under