iBio’s Inaugural Executive Director Talks About Building Life-Sci Cluster in Illinois | GenomeWeb
The Illinois Biotechnology Industry Organization, known as iBIO, is not waiting for the Biotechnology Industry Organization’s 2010 International Convention in Chicago to work at putting the state’s life-science effort on the map.
And if iBIO succeeds over the next two years, it will be in no small part because of its newest hire. iBIO last week announced the appointment of Barbara Goodman as its first-ever executive director, reporting to longtime president and CEO David Miller.

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