California Life Sciences Association

Innovation Initiative to modernize the FDA

Monday, July 17, 2017

New FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb intends to release a far-reaching plan aimed at modernizing regulatory processes and speeding approvals for new drugs and devices, which could allow greater patient access to new medicines through unprecedented scientific and technological advancements.

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California Life Sciences Association expands advocacy team

Monday, June 20, 2016

The California Life Sciences Association (CLSA) has announced a new hire and several staff promotions in its advocacy team, further bolstering the organization’s government relations and communications efforts at the federal, state and local levels on behalf of California’s world-leading life sciences sector. CLSA is the nation’s largest statewide life sciences public policy and business solutions organization representing more than 750 of California’s life sciences innovators.

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California Life Sciences Association launches, following BayBio, California Healthcare Institute merger

Friday, May 15, 2015

The California Life Sciences Association (CLSA) has officially launched as a representation for California’s life sciences sector. CLSA now is the largest state and regional life sciences advocacy group in the country, with more than 750 members. The organization advances California’s life sciences innovation ecosystem by advocating for effective national, state and local public policies and supporting entrepreneurs and life sciences businesses. CLSA is the result of a completed merger between BayBio and California Healthcare Institute.

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