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Advocate

Oregon Bio works with its members to develop a robust advocacy agenda. Whether to protect patient access to medicines, increase market access and financing, or implement the Oregon Investment Act, bioscience and Oregon Bio are impacting the marketplace.

Cultivate

Oregon Bio’s commitment to community and collaboration is the driving factor behind our programs and events. These professional activities, which run throughout the year, are designed to educate and cultivate positive interactions within the bioscience community.

Educate

Oregon Bio has developed BioPro, a comprehensive workforce training program. BioPro is targeted at the workforce development needs of companies and research institutions in biotechnology, medical devices, diagnostic tools, and related technologies.

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Tue 29

ISO 13485:2016 Internal Auditor Training – 2016 Standard

August 29 @ 8:30 am - August 30 @ 5:00 pm

Upcoming Partner Events

RT @NatlGovsAssoc "All kids should graduate with a plan for the future" - @OregonGovBrown talks #WorkforceDevelopment with NGA's Michelle Sager #WeTheStates pic.twitter.com/4e50pFekzG

About 4 days ago from Oregon Bio Assoc.'s Twitter

Why UO’s Knight Campus will boost Oregon’s fortunes (guest column)

The $1B project still needs lawmakers to approve $100M in bonds, an investment its new director says will bring together the whole state.

Patrick Phillips

The University of Oregon will break ground on the $1 billion Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact this fall —made possible by a $500 million donation from the Knights — and the labs, classrooms, prototyping space and other core facilities will be the foundation for new scientific activities that will transform research at the university. As a biologist who has spent nearly 20 years […]

June 23rd, 2017|Categories: News|

Career Catalyst