2011 Pantheon Ceremony Presenting DiNA Awards
Each year BayBio recognizes achievement and honors excellence in the life sciences industry in Northern California, as it brings together Northern California’s life sciences industry leaders.
The Pantheon Awards Ceremony is a celebration of the contributions and achievements of the Bay Area, a moment in time to pause and reflect on the industry’s legacy over three decades.
2011 Lifetime Achievement DiNA‚Ñ¢ Award
This year we salute:
Instrumental to Success
From the invention of the DNA sequencer during his days at Caltech, to the introduction of first automated DNA sequencer in 1986 and the realization of the Human Genome Mapping Project in 2003, Mike Hunkapiller has been a scientific and industry trailblazer. Under his leadership, industry pioneers Applied Biosystems, Celera and Applera grew into global giants, contributing to success of countless biotech companies and researchers in expanding the frontiers of genomics and proteomics.
2011 DiNA‚Ñ¢ Awards
Will recognize the industry executives and stakeholders who played a key role in life science advancements in Northern California throughout the year:
Alios BioPharma, Inc.
Alair¬Æ Bronchial Thermoplasty System by Asthmatx, a Boston Scientific Company
Outstanding Product (Device)
Fast Start Company
cobas¬Æ BRAFV600E Test
Roche Molecular Diagnostics
Outstanding Product (Therapy)
|What:||2011 Pantheon Ceremony
Presenting DiNA Awards
|Sponsorship:||Event Sponsorship Opportunities|
|When:||5:30pm – 8:30pm
November 3, 2011
|Where:||The Westin St. Francis Hotel
335 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA
Table of 10:
|Attire:||Business attire suggested|
(If you are an employee of a Partner or
Sponsor company, please contact Events Coordinator Mallori Merandino, Membership and Events Assistant, to obtain your complimentary registration.)