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QB3, Deloitte collaborate to drive California bioscience innovation
Date:4/11/2011

c analysis and planning, as well as project management, to extend QB3's relationships with government, universities, investors and bioscience companies in an effort to both motivate investments in innovation and help move ideas from lab to market more quickly. It also will include third-party feedback on QB3's impact and success over the last decade in creating jobs, supporting entrepreneurs and growing California's bioeconomy.

The team's deliberate focus on the four stakeholder communities is what makes this initiative so unusual, Kelly said, but also could be the root of its success in helping to "unclog the pipeline" that leads from scientific discoveries to real-world benefits for patients.

It represents a challenge, as well, in fostering a united mission among large and small companies, sophisticated investors, top-ranked researchers and entrepreneurs, according to Matthew K. Hudes, Deloitte's U.S. leader for biotechnology.

"The problems in life sciences cannot be solved without the key players working together, not only from the private and public sector, but also from university researchers who are the starting point for innovative breakthroughs," Hudes said. "Our goal is to develop a model for an innovation ecosystem that enables those breakthroughs to improve human health worldwide."

In a separate initiative, Deloitte and QB3 will launch a program of bioscience industry awards and speaker forums to recognize scientific innovators and entrepreneurs, and provide a platform for networking and learning.


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Contact: Kristen Bole
kristen.bole@ucsf.edu
415-502-6397
University of California - San Francisco
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