Local Biotech Execs Fly to New York City to Make Some News

Chambers, Heather
September 2007
San Diego Business Journal;9/10/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 37, p16
The article offers biotechnology-related news briefs in California. Many local biotechnology executives in San Diego city have attended the 14th anniversary of Newsmakers in the Biotech Industry held in New York City. Keith Wilson has been named president and chief scientific officer (CSO) of Takeda San Diego. In addition, the International Stem Cell Corp. has planned to expand its global research through an exclusive agreement with a German company.


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