Biotechnology Reports

BIO National Bioscience Report 2016

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Georgia Power Bioscience Industry Report 2016

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Beyond borders: Returning to Earth
Biotechnology report 2016
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The US and European global biotechnology clusters set new records in key financial barometers such as revenue, net income, financing and deal making. However, growth slowed in many of these indicators, followed by a swift erosion of public investor interest, pointing to future challenges.

Economic Development Resources

Georgia Department of Economic Development

Life sciences companies in Georgia can generate significant savings with an array of tax credits and exemptions. For more information about incentive programs and other business development opportunities please contact the Georgia Department of Economic Development.

Brittany Holtzclaw
Director of Life Sciences and Corporate Solutions
Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD)
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Georgia Department of Community Affairs

DCA provides a variety of community development programs to help the state's communities realize their growth and development goals. Learn more at:

Central Office

Innovation Crescent

The Innovation Crescent is both a geographic area and a coalition of more than a dozen counties and entities focused on life sciences and economic development. The organization exemplifies the spirit of cooperation and collaboration that can be found throughout the region. Learn more at http://georgiainnovationcrescent.com/.

Shaping Infinity, The Georgia Life Sciences Industry Analysis

Georgia Bio, in association with the Selig Center for Economic Growth at the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business, produces the annual Georgia Life Sciences Industry Analysis, titled Shaping Infinity. This is the only analysis of Georgia's private sector life sciences industry. Click here to view and download the past Shaping Infinity reports.

PhRMA Report: Developing Cures, Creating Jobs

This report shows that biopharmaceutical research companies continue to be vitally important to the economy and patient health in Georgia, despite the recession. Click Here to Download the Report.

Global Center for Medical Innovation

The Global Center for Medical Innovation is an independent, not-for-profit, full-service product development organization -- the first and only one of its kind in the Southeast. The center helps new-product teams enhance their product development, shorten time to market, and achieve significant cost savings throughout the process. It's a new, collaborative environment that makes everyone's efforts more efficient and cost-effective. Learn more at: http://devices.net/

Medical Association of Georgia: Georgia Health Care Innovation Portal

The Medical Association of Georgia (MAG provides a list of organizations available to assist physicians in Georgia who develop novel concepts to enhance our health care system – including medical devices, information technology, or the course of treatment. These organizations can help physicians from the beginning of the process (i.e., the idea) to the end – including raising capital and building prototypes. Learn more at: http://www.mag.org/resources/innovation-portal

ResearchMatch Web Portal Recruitment Tool

ResearchMatch.org is an electronic volunteer recruitment registry designed to allow individuals from anywhere in the country an opportunity to securely self-register and express an interest in being prospectively considered for participation in research studies, including clinical trials. This disease-neutral, Web-based recruitment tool complements existing successful participant recruitment strategies employed throughout the CTSA. If you are a researcher who is interested in using ResearchMatch as a recruitment tool, be sure to sign the Researcher Interest Form so you may be notified of your options to utilize this resource. Learn more at https://www.researchmatch.org/

Atlanta Technology Loop

Now High-Tech and Bioscience have a new online home: Bioscience & Health IT

The Metro Atlanta Chamber's new Knowledge Portal is a revolutionary way for interested parties to quickly see a visual representation of the region's bioscience and high-tech resources, their locations, and potential synergistic relationships. At the same time, sponsors receive exposure on a highly visible and advanced tech platform that associates their firm with a highly advanced web resource.

Government Agencies

Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia

U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention 

Georgia Department of Economic Development

Intellectual Capital Partnership Program

Other Resources

THE BAYH-DOLE ACT: The Law At-A-Glance
The law is critical to the discovery and commercialization of new cures and treatments for patients, and it provides tremendous economic value to communities across the country. 

The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB)

The National Association for Biomedical Research (NABR)

Medicare Diabetes Screening Project (MDSP)

State Incentives Guide-A comprehensive guide to state incentives offered throughout the U.S.

i2iConnect: A searchable database of industry contacts who are looking for innovating ideas and products.

Life Sciences Cluster Report 2012 by Jones Lang LaSalle

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