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September 8, 2003
Biolog Awarded NIAID Grant to Develop Phenotype MicroArray Technology for Detection of Bioterrorism Agents

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June 9, 2003
Biolog Awarded NIH Grant to Develop Phenotype MicroArray Technology for Human Cell Predictive Toxicology Application

Mark Your Calendar: March 26,2003
Bioterroism and Homeland Security – Critical Needs for Startup
Preston Gates & Ellis – 7:30 am to 9:30 am - San Francisco, CA
We had such overwhelming response to learn more about security and Bioterroism we decided to sponsor it. You will leave this conference understanding the critical areas of Bioterrorism and Homeland Security, sources of funding and how to effectively maximize your interactions with the Government. Dr. Cori Gorman will be moderating this discussion. For more information on this conference, including a list of participants, and all upcoming breakfast workshops,
visit http://www.wtc-sf.org/biobiz_breakfastseries.html 

Thursday, April 3, 2:00 pm- 5:00 pm
DNA Bridges Hosts Grant Workshop: Phase I and Beyond…..Planning and Doing SBIR grants

In this 3 hour workshop we will discuss the best ways to assure your proposal is top notch and targeted to the correct program. In addition to learning the basics, you will learn the nuts and bolts of creating your own commercial/ product development plan. All Fasttrack and SBIR Phase II proposal must include a discussion of the business aspects of developing your technology. You will learn how to describe the market and/or market segments you are targeting and how explain the hurdles you will have to overcome in order to gain market/customer acceptance of your innovation. In addition to learning from experts, who have helped small companies raise millions in Federal funds, you will also learn from first hand the pitfalls and successes in using Federal funds to fund your company.

March 8-19, 2003
Dr. Igor Fish, CEO of Selexis visited the U.S. talk about his new innovations on Recombinant Protein Production. If you are interested in meeting Dr. Fisch and learning more about this please contact Cori at cori@dnabridges.com to set up an appointment.

Mark Your Calendar:  March 13, 2003
SBIR/STTR Grant Writing Workshop
Presented By: Ben Franklin Tech Partners, BTG International Inc., DNA Bridges Inc. and Innovation Philadelphia

March 5-7,2003
Antibody Production & Downstream Processing - La Jolla, Ca
Join the industry experts in the production of recombinant antibodies. Dr. Cori Gorman presented data on how to maximize antibody production efficiency.
Cori Gorman presented for Selexis, “MAR Genetic Elements for Improving Recombinant Production” www.lifesciencesinfo.com

February 28, 2003
2nd Annual Bio E2E Alternative Funding Fair in Menlo Park
Cori Gorman spoke about using Strategic planning to improve you chances of success of funding through the SBIR Grant Programs.. www.bioe2e.org/2003/fair/

Mark Your Calendar:  February 3-4, 2003
New York Biotechnology Association Meeting
Using Federal Grant Programs to Fund Your Science, Session Chair, Eileen Gorman

Mark Your Calendar:  January 9, 2003
The DNA Bridges Inc. and the WTC is hosting a GenenEx Reunion on Jan. 9, 2003.
This informal group of Genentech alumni meets periodically to catch up with friends and discuss their experiences as entrepreneurs and VC’s...



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