BIOCOM, SoCalBio Eye Orange County as Next Biotech Growth Region in Southern California | GenomeWeb
Southern California’s two primary life science associations have set their sights on the same group of potential new members — leaders of Orange County’s small but growing biotech cluster.
 
San Diego-based BIOCOM plans early next year to open an office in the county — “It will be somewhere between Irvine and Newport Beach,” President Joseph Panetta told BioRegion News. The office is intended to link OC executives to the group’s services, including advocacy on state issues and workforce training.

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