New Health Head at BIO Focuses on Personalized Medicine | GenomeWeb

In September, BIO announced that it named John Taylor as executive vice president of health, a position for which Taylor’s background in healthcare policy, drug development, and law seems well suited. “I’m excited about the fact that the biotech community is on the cusp of using new biomedical discoveries [for] personalized medication,” Taylor says.

His most recent post was divisional VP for federal government affairs at Abbott, and prior to that he was associate commissioner for regulatory affairs at FDA.

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