CLSA’s VP of Federal Government Relations Jenny Carey was recently featured in MD+DI commenting on life sciences priorities leading into the 2018 midterm elections
CLSA’s 2018 Pantheon DiNA Awards are coming up 11/30. Learn about the individuals & companies being honored in this BioSpace article.
Today, CLSA applauded Gov. Jerry Brown for signing Senate Bill 212, legislation to establish a statewide drugs and sharps take-back program. SB 212 was approved by the California Legislature earlier this year and signed Sept. 30, by Brown.
CLSA was recently featured in Politico applauding Gov. Jerry Brown on signing SB 1121 into law, to protect clinical trials and patient research in California.
Two major bills of interest to CLSA have been presented to Governor Brown for his signing or veto: SB 1121 (Dodd), which was signed this week, and SB 212 (Jackson), on which we await action by the Governor. A third key bill of interest to CLSA, AB 2167 (Chau), died in the Senate during the final week of the legislative session.
CLSA applauds the U.S. House passage of H.R. 6378, the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness and Advancing Innovation Act of 2018, legislation which is critical for safeguarding our nation’s biodefense and pandemic preparedness enterprise.
CLSA’s 2018 California Life Sciences Industry Report was recently cited in GEN News to help capture the top 10 U.S. Biopharma hubs.
CLSA today applauded Gov. Jerry Brown for signing Senate Bill 1121, legislation that helps protect clinical trials conducted in California, which are the lifeblood of new and innovative medicines to treat patients in need. SB 1121 was approved by the California Legislature earlier this year and signed into law yesterday, Sept. 24, by Brown.
California Life Sciences Association (CLSA), the trade association representing California’s life sciences industry, and California Life Sciences Institute (CLSI) today announced that Los Altos High School has been selected as the winner of the Giants of Science competition, a program that awards $20,000 to a deserving Bay Area high school to support STEM education and the next generation of life sciences leaders. Moving into its 3rd year, Giants of Science is hosted by KNBR, CLSA and CLSI – the non-profit partner of CLSA which supports workforce development, STEM education and entrepreneurship.
CLSA recently spoke with STAT News regarding SB 1121, critical legislation on Gov. Brown’s desk that will preserve California patient access to clinical trials and allow innovative research to continue.