Massachusetts Biotechnology Council, Inc.
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About Massachusetts Biotechnology Council, Inc.About MassBio The Massachusetts Biotechnology Council (MassBio), a not-for-profit organization that represents and provides services and support for the Massachusetts biotechnology industry, is the nation’s oldest biotechnology trade association. Founded in 1985, MassBio is committed to advancing the development of critical new science, technology and medicines that benefit people worldwide. Representing over 600 biotechnology companies, academic institutions, research hospitals, and service organizations involved in life sciences and health care, MassBio works to advance policy and promote education, while providing member programs and events, industry information, and services.
Membership Currently, total membership includes over 600 companies and institutions. Around 60 percent are Massachusetts-based biotechnology companies who further the understanding of living systems and use advanced technologies in the attempt to solve problems and develop products such as therapeutic drugs, diagnostic assays, agricultural and marine products and services, biochemical reagents, and the environment. The remaining 40 percent of MassBio members are non profit/academic and associate industry members, including biotechnology companies located outside of Massachusetts, as well as institutions and organizations that are not directly involved in commercial biotechnology but which share an interest in the industry's future in the Commonwealth.
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The Bay State biopharma industry continues to boom, even during the height of a global pandemic that has caused an economic downturn in other business sectors.
The Massachusetts Biotechnology Council 2020 Biopharma Funding Report released this week shows that biopharma companies within the state’s ecosystem raised $5.8 billion in venture funding, almost twice the $3 billion raised in 2019.
12/14/2020Robert Coughlin announced in an open letter on Monday that he is leaving the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council (MassBio) following a 13-year tenure as the organization’s president and CEO.
The Massachusetts Biotechnology Council recently released a 2019 transportation survey for the Bay State that shows 60% of respondents would change jobs for a better commute.
MassBio’s 2019 Transportation Survey Finds 60% of Respondents Would Change Jobs for a Better Commute
The worsening transportation in Massachusetts is impacting employee satisfaction, hurting employers’ ability to attract and retain talent
BioCT Joins MassBio’s Member Savings Program, New England Edge, to Support Life Sciences Industry Growth Throughout the Region
BioCT becomes first state association to join New England Edge, taking advantage of discounts on lab and office supplies and services
Boston and its surrounding communities, particularly the community of Cambridge, have become the hottest biotech hotspot on the East Coast of the United States.
Massachusetts Biotechnology Council (MassBio) promotes cutting-edge research to advance Massachusetts' leadership in the life sciences industry.
MassBio helps advance Massachusetts’ leadership in life sciences to grow the industry, add value to the healthcare system and improve patient lives.
1/29/2019The Massachusetts Biotechnology Council (MassBio) is taking the lead in fostering the next generation of life science leaders in the Bay State with Project Onramp, an internship program that matches talented students from low-income backgrounds with paid internships in the state’s vibrant life sc...
Competition to recognize the local nonprofit ecosystem’s role in fueling the Massachusetts life sciences cluster
MassBio’s® 2018 Industry Snapshot Shows 48% of All US-Based Biotech IPOs in 2017 Were from Massachusetts Companies
The Commonwealth continues to grab a greater share of venture capital dollars; investments reach all-time high
In this role, Elizabeth will oversee all planning and execution of the organization's annual Signature Events, along with running MassBio's economic development and global affairs department.
MassBio And Liftstream Study Shows Gender Gap In Life Sciences Sector Perpetuated By Companies’ Culture, Processes And Talent Management
Four Life Sciences Startups Chosen To Participate In New Cycle Of MassBio’s Massconnect Mentorship Program
Statement Of Robert K. Coughlin, President And CEO Of MassBio, On Governor Baker’s Announcement Of The Next Phase Of The Massachusetts Life Sciences Initiative