Don’t Miss the 14th Annual Pantheon DiNA Awards – Friday, November 10, 2017
September 26, 2017
Each year the California Life Sciences Association (CLSA), recognizes and honors excellence as it brings together the leaders and luminaries of California’s Life Sciences for our Annual Pantheon DiNA Awards Ceremony. CLSA’s most spectacular event gathers our community for one evening to reflect on the legacy and the future of our sector and celebrate the contributions of California’s leading life sciences innovators.
The Pantheon Awards program, now in its 14th year, brings together more than 600 industry pioneers – including innovators, thought leaders, investors and educators – and recognizes the excellence of the individuals and organizations responsible for the achievements and strength of California’s life sciences community, a sector which employs nearly 300,000 Californians at over 3,000 life sciences companies.
At the 14th Annual Pantheon DiNA Awards, CLSA is thrilled to announce the following categories and celebrate this year’s winners:
- Life Sciences Leadership Awards:
- Jay Flatley, Executive Chairman, Illumina
- John Martin, Ph.D., Executive Chairman, Gilead Sciences
- Outstanding Company Award:
- Outstanding Product Award, Therapeutic:
- Neurocrine Biosciences, INGREZZA
- Outstanding Product, Medical Device/Diagnostic:
- Medtronic, MiniMed 670G System
- Digital Health Innovation Award:
- Omada Health
- Rising Star Award:
- Second Genome
- Biotechnology Educator Award:
- Gladstone Institutes PUMAS Program
“California’s life sciences industry is delivering incredible value for the people of the Golden State and patients around the world. The recipients of the 2017 Pantheon Awards are some of California’s hardest working innovators and entrepreneurs who are producing the most advanced medicines, diagnostics and technologies to improve medical care,” said Sara Radcliffe, President and CEO, California Life Sciences Association (CLSA). “As the trade association representing this ecosystem, we look forward to bringing the sector together on Nov. 10 for the 2017 CLSA Pantheon DiNA Awards to celebrate the great leaders – both individuals and companies – that have made extraordinary contributions to the California life sciences community this year.”
This year’s ceremony will be held at the Marriott Marquis in San Francisco on November 10, 2017. You are cordially invited to join CLSA and more than 600 life sciences professionals as we celebrate the impact and achievements of our community. Ticketing, event and sponsorship information is available at www.clsapantheon.org.