2018 Arizona Bioscience Researcher of the Year – Dr. Clara Curiel
Clara Curiel-Lewandrowski, MD, of the University of Arizona
Cancer Center is the 2018 Arizona Bioscience Researcher of the Year. Dr. Curiel
was honored by Arizona’s bioscience and business communities for her leadership
and her work on both the treatment and prevention of skin cancers.
2018 Arizona Bioscience Company of the Year – Calimmune
AdviNow Medical – 2018 AZBio Fast Lane Honoree
bioSyntagma - 2018 AZBio Fast Lane Honoree
NeoLight - 2018 AZBio Fast Lane Honoree
Closing Keynote - Dr. Glen Weiss of Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Glen Weiss, MD, MBA
Director of Clinical Research & Medical Oncologist
Western Regional Medical Center
Cancer Treatment Centers of America
The clinical research and trials program at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Goodyear, Arizona has exponentially grown under the leadership of Dr. Glen Weiss. Join us to learn more about groundbreaking new trials taking place here in our state - trials utilizing chemotherapy and immunotherapy together to harness the body's own immune system. Also, hear about CTCA’s vision for the future of cancer care.
After the Exit
by 2016 White Hat Chair, Dirk Karsten Beth, Founder & CEO Hyalescent
Ventures and Managing Director of US Operations for arivis , this panel
features successful life science entrepreneurs who have reached "the
exit" and will discuss what comes next.
Panelists include: David Mallery, Jock Holliman, and Matthew Likens
2019 AZBio Pioneer Award for Lifetime Achievement - Governor Jane Dee Hull
AZBio Pioneer Award for Lifetime Achievement is the highest honor awarded
by Arizona’s bioscience community and is extended to an Arizonan whose
body of work has made life better for people at home and around the world.
In 2019, we honor The Honorable Jane Dee Hull for the lasting impact her
leadership has made on our bioscience industry and the State of Arizona.
Looking back over close to six decades, there are many words that describe
this incredible woman: wife,
mother, grandmother, teacher, legislator, first woman elected Speaker of
the Arizona House of
Representatives, Arizona Secretary of State, 20th Governor of the
State of Arizona beginning in 1997,
first woman elected Governor of Arizona in 1998, and public
delegate from the United States to the United Nations General
Assembly in 2003.