Virginia Biotechnology Association (VaBIO)
800 East Leigh Street, Suite 14
VaBIO, the Virginia Biotechnology Association, was formed in 1992 and incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia as a non-profit association.
The purpose of the Association is to promote the biotechnology industry in Virginia, expand the knowledge and expertise of Virginia's businesses concerning biotechnology through seminars, educational publications and other means, to enhance public awareness of the biotechnology industry in Virginia and the scientific, economic and other benefits it provides, and to represent the interests of the biotechnology industry in Virginia before federal, state and local legislators and regulators.
We provide a forum for members and their guests to get to know each other and the many companies operating today in this industry in Virginia and serving our biotech community. We coordinate information among the many agencies and organizations interested in biotechnology.
Last Updated 5-9-01
Virginia Biotechnology Association