BioUtah is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(6) trade association serving Utah's life science industry. Our primary members include organizations focused on research and development, manufacturing and commercialization or provide supportive services to life science technologies and treatments.
Utah’s life science industry consists of a diverse spectrum with strengths in medical device manufacturing and services, research and testing, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and healthcare IT amongst others; and is a key driver of Utah’s economy.
RegMedNet is a free online information and networking hub covering all aspects of the multidisciplinary field of regenerative medicine. By allowing members to quickly access user-generated news, discussion and opinion from the fast-moving and diverse field, share their own content and insights, and access key journal articles, RegMedNet enables the knowledge sharing, connection and collaboration that will help this exciting field progress further and bring benefits to patients faster.
DNAdigest is a non-profit organisation founded in 2013 in Cambridge, UK. The objectives of DNAdigest are to educate, facilitate, and engage on issues regarding access to genomic data for research. DNAdigest organises symposia, hackdays, issues a newsletter and publishes a blog(dnadigest.org/news)
DNAdigest is a community of individuals from diverse backgrounds who all want to see data used to its full potential for the benefit of patients. DNAdigest is part of the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health(https://genomicsandhealth.org)
Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR)
Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR) was founded in 1989 with a mission to promote the understanding of biomedical research and its ethical conduct. NWABR is an independent membership based 501(c) 3 association representing the biomedical research community. NWABR’s members represent leaders in the biomedical and biotechnology industry, universities and non-profit organizations. We work with and for our members to strengthen public trust in research through education and dialogue.
As a membership based organization NWABR encourages personal interactions between scientists, the public, students, and teachers, helping to demystify the scientific process. As a connector between the academic and scientific communities and the public, NWABR accomplishes its mission by providing opportunities to engage people through various channels of communication, such as social media, electronic newsletters, events, networking sessions, student and teacher education programs, and by continuing best practices education for the biomedical research community.