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.
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.
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.
Elizabeth Hayes, Staff Reporter, Portland Business Journal
For people with Type 1 diabetes, the more blood-glucose monitoring they can do, the better.
But pricking a finger and drawing blood up to 20 times a day is both painful and inconvenient. Continuous glucose monitoring devices exist currently, but none is noninvasive — they still require a sensor to be inserted under the skin.
But what if you could monitor your glucose levels with a wearable device, similar to a watch, 24/7?
A Portland startup is charging toward that goal, as are all the large medical […]
2017-02-14T13:41:46+00:00 February 14th, 2017|Categories: News|