Colorado BioScience Association members drive global health innovations, products, and services that improve and save lives. Their dedication and passion inspires us.
Three women now make up half of the company’s C-level team. To accelerate growth, the women made tough decisions about major changes at the company, which focuses on blood-based diagnostics to help doctors evaluate and treat non-small cell lung cancer.
Colorado attracts biotech pioneers. Leaders of i2 Pharmaceuticals say the state's innovation environment allows smart, motivated people to make a name for themselves. The Boulder company works with major drug manufacturers for support solving the drug discovery puzzle.
AlloSource® started as a local, Denver-based tissue bank and has grown into one of the largest allograft providers in the country. Today, AlloSource’s work focuses on regenerative medicine and the potential power of cellular technologies, making the company the world’s largest processor of cellular allografts for transplant and the leading provider of skin allografts for burn survivors.
Collaboration Inspires Innovation
Each year, Colorado BioScience Association highlights our life sciences ecosystem with our annual magazine. CBSA member companies, academic and research institutions, and partners collaborate to improve lives here in Colorado and around the world. This annual publication celebrates our shared successes and provides data on clinical trials and regulatory milestones achieved by our ecosystem.
We designed the annual magazine in printed and digital format as a resource for members and partners to share with potential investors and prospective business partners or send to out-of-state candidates for leadership positions. Please contact our team if you need paper copies of the magazine. You are also welcome to pick up the printed version at any CBSA event.