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Short conversations about connectivity, business development, innovation, entrepreneurship + commercialization in the Biotech Ecosystem. Originating from the city of resilience and rebirth, New Orleans, Louisiana. Visit us on our website:
https://biofromthebayou.com/

Bio from the Bayou James Zanewicz

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Short conversations about connectivity, business development, innovation, entrepreneurship + commercialization in the Biotech Ecosystem. Originating from the city of resilience and rebirth, New Orleans, Louisiana. Visit us on our website:
https://biofromthebayou.com/

    Episode 2: Economic Development and Advocacy (Sharon Courtney and Nicole Honoree)

    Episode 2: Economic Development and Advocacy (Sharon Courtney and Nicole Honoree)

    Today’s hosts, Sharon Courtney and Nicole Honoree, are also today’s guests as they share how they have advanced their biotech ecosystems through partnerships and advocacy. Sharon is from Tulane University & Nicole is from LSU Health New Orleans, and both have much to say about how and why their paths continue to cross, and how they are building an ideal Bio Ecosystem.

    Episode 3: Building Biotech Outside the Major Clusters (Elaine Hamm, Ascend Bioventures)

    Episode 3: Building Biotech Outside the Major Clusters (Elaine Hamm, Ascend Bioventures)

    Join host James Zanewicz from Tulane University’s School of Medicine as he welcome special guest, Dr. Elaine Hamm. Elaine’s countless roles in industry have provided a great foundation for this conversation on how to build a biotech company when you are not located in one of the major biotech clusters. You'll get helpful insights and direct info on resources you can use.

    Episode 4: "Executive in Residence" in Academia (Elaine Hamm, Ascend Bioventures)

    Episode 4: "Executive in Residence" in Academia (Elaine Hamm, Ascend Bioventures)

    Host James Zanewicz, with Tulane University’s School of Medicine, welcomes back special guest Dr. Elaine Hamm. Elaine has served in countless roles industry wide; today she occupies the position of being the first “Executive in Residence” at Tulane University School of Medicine, and together they explore what this role means.

    Episode 1: Partnering Meetings (James Zanewicz and Patrick Reed)

    Episode 1: Partnering Meetings (James Zanewicz and Patrick Reed)

    The entire Gulf Coast region is filled with expertise and excitement, and BIO from the BAYOU brings you full access to our vibrant ecosystem. Each episode originates directly from New Orleans, where people come for the science and stay for the food, festivals, and resilient culture. The inaugural episode of BIO from the BAYOU is hosted by Patrick Reed of LSU Health and James Zanewicz of Tulane University – who also serve as guests as they interview each other and explore the world of business development and partnering! Instead of more traditional podcast scheduling, BIO from the BAYOU will release clusters of ~15 minute episodes around key Bio-Industry events such as BIO, JPM HealthCare Week, BioNetwork West and AUTM – so that Bio-Industry insiders have something to listen to while traveling or between meetings. The first episode drops in advance of BIO2022 to help people better prepare for their 1-1 meetings.

    Episode: Episode 1: Partnering (Hosts & Guests James Zanewicz and Patrick Reed)

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    Introducing BIO from the BAYOU

    Introducing BIO from the BAYOU

    Get to know some of the hosts of BIO from the BAYOU, a podcast featuring stories and industry insights from experts located in and working with the bustling biotech scene of the Gulf South Region. Instead of more traditional podcast scheduling, BIO from the BAYOU will release clusters of ~15 minute episodes around key Bio-Industry events such as BIO, JPM HealthCare Week, BioNetwork West and AUTM – so that Bio-Industry insiders have something to listen to while traveling or between meetings.

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