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Bob Kramer, Emergent BioSolutions (EP.38)

8/19/2019
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Emergent BioSolutions’ New President and CEO, Bob Kramer, joins Rich Bendis on BioTalk to discuss his vision for the company, and Emergent’s commitment to the BioHealth Capital Region

Duration:00:33:42

Dr. Ethel Rubin, BioHealth Innovation’s Entrepreneur-In-Residence (EP.37)

8/12/2019
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BioHealth Innovation’s Entrepreneur-In-Residence Dr. Ethel Rubin joins Rich Bendis to discuss her career, joining BHI, and her work with the NIH

Duration:00:35:46

Doug Doerfler, MaxCyte (EP.36)

7/29/2019
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MaxCyte Founder, President and CEO Doug Doerfler joins BioTalk to discuss his history and the growth of the company. He also shares advice for entrepreneurs.

Duration:00:44:04

Dr. Amrie Grammer, AMPEL BioSolutions (EP.35)

7/8/2019
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AMPEL BioSolutions Co-Founder and COO/CSO, Dr. Amrie Grammer guests on BioTalk to discuss building the Company in Charlottesville, VA, her work and recognition at NIH, and being a leader from the southern part of the BioHealth Capital Region.

Duration:00:32:10

Dr. Marco Chacón, Paragon Bioservices and UMB (EP.34)

7/1/2019
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Dr. Marco Chacón, Founder and Chairman, Paragon Bioservices, and University of Maryland Baltimore Assistant Vice President Industry Alliances, joins Rich Bendis on BioTalk to talk about his Founding of Paragon to its recent sale to Catalent, his current role with the University of Maryland Baltimore, and being a Leader in the BioHealh Capital Region

Duration:00:41:33

Dr. Andrew Lees, Fina BioSolutions (EP.33)

6/3/2019
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Dr. Andrew Lees, CEO & Chief Science Officer of Fina BioSolutions joins Rich to discuss his history, successes, and future

Duration:00:34:24

Crystal R. Icenhour, Ph.D., Aperiomics (EP.32)

5/28/2019
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Crystal R. Icenhour, PhD., CEO and Co-Founder of Aperiomics joins Rich Bendis to discuss their Technology, Growth, and place in the BioHealth Capital Region

Duration:00:35:01

Laurie Strongin, Hope for Henry Foundation (EP.31

5/6/2019
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Laurie Strongin, Founder and CEO, Hope for Henry Foundation, joins Rich Bendis for a special BioTalk recorded in front of a live audience at the National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation Competition in College Park, MD

Duration:00:22:47

Live from the 2019 BioHealth Capital Region Forum – Part 2 (EP.30)

4/22/2019
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In this second part of two episodes, Rich sits down with industry leaders to talk about the forum and their views on the growth of the region. His guests are Brian Darmody, CEO of AURP & Associate Vice President for Corporate Engagement at the University of Maryland and Vijay Ravindran CEO of 2019 Crab Trap Winner Floreo.

Duration:00:19:55

Live from the 2019 BioHealth Capital Region Forum – Part 1 (EP.29)

4/15/2019
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In this first part of two episodes, Rich sits down with industry leaders to talk about the forum, and their views on the growth of the region. His guests are John Trainer, VP and one of the partnering heads at AstraZeneca, Chris Frew, CEO of Workforce Genetics & President of BioBuzz Media, and Alex Philippidis, Senior Editor of Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News.

Duration:00:25:55

Srujana Cherukuri, Ph.D., Noble Life Sciences (EP.28)

4/1/2019
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Noble Life Sciences’ Srujana Cherukuri, Ph.D. joins BioTalk with Rich Bendis is discuss her path from Intern to CEO and where the company is headed next

Duration:00:31:29

Anne Lindblad, Ph.D., Emmes (EP.27)

3/18/2019
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Anne Lindblad, Ph.D., President and CEO of Emmes, joins Rich Bendis on BioTalk to discuss her view of the region, her history with the company, and their mission, vision, and values

Duration:00:32:55

Charles J. Andres, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati (WSGR) (EP.26)

2/18/2019
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Charles J. Andres, Associate, Intellectual Property with Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati (WSGR), joins Rich Bendis for BioTalk. This episode they discuss his career, the opportunities/challenges in this industry, and WSGR's role in the BioHealth Capital Region

Duration:00:34:09

Dr. Julia Finkel, Children's National Medical Center (EP.25)

2/4/2019
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Dr. Julia Finkel, Pediatric Anesthesiologist, Children's National Medical Center, joins Biotalk host Rich Bendis to discuss pain care management, the founding of startup AlgometRx, and the funding of this new company

Duration:00:22:33

William Bentley, Institute for Biomedical Devices (EP.24)

1/21/2019
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William E. Bentley, Professor of Engineering and Founding Director of the Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices joins Rich Bendis for the first BioTalk of 2019. They discuss the Institute, Dr. Robert Fischell’s $20 million gifts to the University of Maryland College Park and the University of Maryland Baltimore, and his vision for the future of Medical Devices.

Duration:00:38:00

Emily English, Gemstone Biotherapeutics (EP.23)

11/12/2018
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Gemstone Biotherapeutics CEO Emily English joins Rich Bendis on BioTalk to discuss the company's history, the path to her role, and the evolution of their technology

Duration:00:36:08

Monica Lopez, La Petite Noiseuse Productions (EP.22)

10/15/2018
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Monica Lopez, PhD of La Petite Noiseuse Productions joins Rich Bendis on BioTalk to discuss her background, Client Relationships, and Financing

Duration:00:35:44

Brian Darmody, University of Maryland, College Park (EP.21)

10/8/2018
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UMD Associate VP of Corporate Engagement, Brian Darmody, joins Rich Bendis on BioTalk to discuss growth across the region, the battle for talent, and the upcoming AURP International Conference hosted in College Park

Duration:00:31:34

Jeff Gallagher, Virginia Bio (EP.20)

10/1/2018
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Virginia Bio CEO Jeff Gallagher joins BioTalk Host Rich Bendis to talk about accomplishments, challenges, and initiatives in his state and the BioHealth Capital Region.

Duration:00:30:07

Bill Hearl, Immunomic Therapuetics (EP.19)

9/24/2018
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Immunomic Therapuetics Founder and CEO Bill Hearl, Ph.D. joins BioTalk Host Rich Bendis to discuss Entrepreneurship, Funding, and the BHCR

Duration:00:40:08