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BioBasics 101: The Biology of Biotech for the Non-Scientist
April 20 @ 9:00 am - April 21 @ 3:30 pm
BioBasics 101: The Biology of Biotech for the Non-Scientist is an intensive two-day course that explains the foundational science upon which all biopharma therapies are based. Day one focuses on the function of DNA, RNA, proteins, and cell signaling and how each interacts in both healthy and diseased tissue. Day two builds on your new-found molecular biology knowledge. This includes a more in depth look at genetic disease and how genetic engineering is used to create personalized medicine options for patients. The course ends with a survey of small molecule drugs, biologics, and vaccines and explains how each mitigates disease at the molecular level. BioBasics 101 will increase your scientific knowledge so that you can converse more effectively with colleagues, clients, regulators, and scientists.
BioBasics 101 was developed for the non-science professional who works within or services the biopharma industry.
Who should attend:
Non-science professionals from all sectors including: finance, legal, sales, marketing, HR, manufacturing, management, government relations, IT, project management, regulatory affairs, supply chain, safety, tech transfer. Anyone who works on the “business-side” who needs to better understand and communicate with the “science-side”
Past participants include:
- Venture capitalists, angel investors, bankers, analysts, financial managers
- Insurance brokers, real estate professionals
- Patient advocacy group staff, disease foundation members
- Policy makers, lobbyists, attorneys
- Consultants, public relations specialists, journalists
- University administrators, research institute support staff
- Environmental, health and safety engineers
Life Science Washington Members: $845 ($150 savings)
Non-members: $970 ($25 savings)