CTC's BioCalifornia Initiative explores the manufacturing of biotech products with Eric Langer, renowned international expert in biomanufacturing.
For this podcast, we go Inside the Founder's Studio with Tara Kochis-Stach of Slone Partners and Jonathan Norris of Silicon Valley Bank to discuss the financial trends in the medical diagnostics and research tools space.
In part one of a special series putting the Startup Spotlight on Riverside, California, we speak to Dr. Paul Zorner about the computational biology startup Sensorygen. Dr. Zorner describes the company's early efforts as we begin to take a closer look at the unique startups originating from California's Inland Empire.
With a tone of gratitude, Oren Falkowitz looks back on his experience with mentors. "I've always benefitted from the kindness and generosity of others," he tells CTC in this episode of 'Inside the Founder's Studio.'
Pallav Sharda is a healthcare entrepreneur with more than a decade of experience in health information technology. Pallav put that experience to work creating insights for his book, "Before Disrupting Healthcare: What Innovators Need to Know." He went Inside the Founder's Studio to talk about the book, as well as entrepreneurship in health, and much more in our wide-ranging discussion.
The Honorable Peter Swire served in privacy roles in the Clinton and Obama Administrations. Leading up to the filing deadline on the FCC's proposed rulemaking regarding privacy and ISPs, we spoke to Peter about a study released recently by the Institute for Information Security and Privacy at Georgia Tech.
California has a new Technology and Innovation Caucus in the State Assembly and Senate. Assemblymember Evan Low of San Jose, co-chair of the new Caucus, visited with CTC on this episode of the Innovation Agenda to discuss its origins, priorities, and hopes for improving the climate for technology growth.
"It's never too early to fuel an interest," said Michael Kaiser, Executive Director of the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). The gap between the number of job openings in cybersecurity and the number of people available to fill those jobs is stirring a conversation in technology, academia and government around the world. A recent survey conducted by NCSA with Raytheon highlighted the critical issues.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has just issued draft guidance for postmarket management of cybersecurity of medical devices. The Bio Report spoke to Russell Jones, partner with Deloitte & Touche, cyber risk leader for the firm about the FDA actions, how these connected devices can be exploited by hackers, and what medical device makers can learn from industries that have already faced these issues.