The Commons Podcast, hosts conversation with PBC Executive Director, Scarlett Spring

Season 4, Episode 17: The Commons Live from BIO International 2024 – The Phoenix Bioscience Core: A Conversation with Scarlett Spring

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Host, Thomas Osha, catches up with Scarlett Spring, Executive Director of the Phoenix Bioscience Core for a discussion of its history, current exciting developments and impactful future.

The Phoenix Bioscience Core is a 30-acre life sciences innovation district in the heart of Downtown Phoenix. Home to the highest concentration of research scientists in the state, the PBC’s anchor institutions include Arizona’s three public research universities — Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University and the University of Arizona — leading genomics pioneers including the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), part of the City of Hope; the International Genomics Consortium; Exact Sciences; several of Phoenix’s major health care systems, such as Banner Health, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Dignity Health and Valleywise Health; and a growing number of emerging life science companies.

The conversation took place at the BIO International Conference 2024 in San Diego June 4-6, 2024.

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