Author Archive | Yali Friedman

Introducing BiologicPatentWatch: Biotechnology Industry Competitive Intelligence

After months of development, BiologicPatentWatch.com is live. Building on the framework of DrugPatentWatch, BiologicPatentWatch provides comprehensive details on FDA approved biologic drugs, developers and patents. The integrated databases allow both freeform searching and dynamic browsing, making it easy to find information on drug patents both in the US and internationally, Orphan Drug Status, trends in […]

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New Journal of Commercial Biotechnology issue

Journal of Commercial Biotechnology Vol 19, Issue 2 (2013) Capturing Value G. Steven Burrill Today’s pressure on pharmaceutical companies reflects greater pressures throughout the entire healthcare ecosystem as payers, patients, and providers wrestle with escalating costs and drive healthcare systems around the world away from being cost-based to becoming value-based. For pharmaceutical companies, this means […]

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DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products Announces Winner of Zemea®…

Copyright © thinkBiotech Knowlton Development Corp. Selected for its Natural Zea Deodorant Stick Platform. (PRWeb February 24, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/2/prweb10462989.htm Journal of Commercial Biotechnology | BiotechBlog | Books | Publishing opportunities | DrugPatentWatch biotechblog.com Read Original Post

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10 Tips to Keep You and Your Family Toxin Free while Cleaning

Copyright © thinkBiotech DistinctBright lists ways to ensure you and your family are kept safe from toxins in your cleaners. (PRWeb February 10, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/2/prweb10391078.htm Journal of Commercial Biotechnology | BiotechBlog | Books | Publishing opportunities | DrugPatentWatch biotechblog.com Read Original Post

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Join my biotechnology management class at the NIH

I will be teaching Biotechnology Management (TECH 566) again this spring at the National Institutes of Health Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences. The focus of this course is on learning the skills necessary to succeed in the biotechnology industry. Classes are comprised of a combination of lectures based on my textbook, Building Biotechnology, […]

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Revolutions: Paving the way for the Bioeconomy

Logos Press has just published a new book by Randall Mayes. Revolutions: Paving the Way for the Bioeconomy is an in-depth look at the increasing impact of biology primarily due to the potential of genomics. The book focuses on four revolutions: Industrial Revolutions Genomics researchers hope to launch personalized medicine and cure diseases by identifying […]

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Journal of Commercial Biotechnology July 2012 issue now available

Journal of Commercial Biotechnology Vol 18, Issue 3 (2012) Could personalized medicine be the driver for widespread price controls? Yali Friedman Everyone should agree that the benefits of personalized medicine — prescription of drugs most likely to benefit and least likely to harm individual or groups of patients — are are positive. However, one must […]

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