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Be careful what you wish for

Be careful what you wish for

And don’t fall for the invincibility bias that once you’ve contracted COVID-19, you can’t get it again (that has been disproven) or that if you do get

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  • Diversity and inclusion Diversity and inclusion

    have ever shown unconscious bias or have failed to recognise or challenge scenarios that lacked diversity and inclusion.

  • Chancellor’s ‘coronavirus budget’ also pledges big R&D gains Chancellor’s ‘coronavirus budget’ also pledges big R&D gains

    The BioIndustry Association (BIA) is also delighted with the announcement of an extra £22bn a year for R&D, which means “the £200m life sciences scale up fund now becomes a ... The BIA also welcomed funding for a new railway station – Cambridge

  • It’s Brexit day – now comes the really hard stuff It’s Brexit day – now comes the really hard stuff

    run by UK trade body the BioIndustry Association (BIA) yesterday. ... Michael Warren, who covers Brexit and trade issues for the BIA, said that there’s been no change to the industry position on the negotiation phase for the trade deal.

  • Pharma Brand Planners' Blog (Part 8) Pharma Brand Planners' Blog (Part 8)

    Use different techniques: ideally use different sources and methods for creating your forecast and see the different results – this can help you identify any areas of bias in your input research

  • UK biotech funding falls 40% between 2018 and 2019 UK biotech funding falls 40% between 2018 and 2019

    Despite funding falling down in the UK in 2019, the BIA noted that this drop in biotech investment was replicated in most regions across the globe. ... China also remained the same as 2018 with £2bn raised in venture capital, although the BIA reported

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  • Now that COVID-19 vaccines have been approved, it’s our turn, healthcare communicators Now that COVID-19 vaccines have been approved, it’s our turn, healthcare communicators

    politicised. It has highlighted health inequalities and exposed bias. It has affected us all, leaving everyone feeling frustrated and, at times, overwhelmed. ... By being more aware of our conscious and unconscious bias, we, as individuals, can challenge

  • What’s next? How behavioural science can support pharma’s future What’s next? How behavioural science can support pharma’s future

    Another is ‘loss aversion bias’, where the pain of a loss is more than the reward of  a gain. ... A third example is ‘social norms bias’, where we conform to the views of our peers.

  • Why pharma must trust the science of behaviour Why pharma must trust the science of behaviour

    Dismissing behavioural science as blather – a bitter irony in Sky News’ case, given the broadcaster’s mastery of conscious bias – betrays. ... If one description is convoluted and the other is nailed with clarity, it indicates a ‘cognitive load

  • A time of change, a time to change? A time of change, a time to change?

    These were behavioural barriers (status quo bias, sunk cost fallacy and loss aversion), not technology barriers. ... 3. Status quo bias: preference for things to stay the same by doing nothing or keeping to a previously made decision.

  • The role of women in science and technology The role of women in science and technology

    However, I don’t think it’s as prevalent as it is in other industries with a heavy male bias. ... Secondly, recruitment practices and processes can be adapted to remove risk of any potential bias, unconscious or otherwise.

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Latest appointments

  • Dr David Chiswell joins Kymab Dr David Chiswell joins Kymab

    He has also previously served as chairman of the UK BioIndustry Association (BIA) and was awarded the OBE in 2006 for services to the biotechnology industry.

  • Jane Osbourn to chair BIA board Jane Osbourn to chair BIA board

    VP of R&D atMedimmune to chair BioIndustry Association board. Jane Osbourn will be the new chair of the BioIndustry Associaton (BIA) board, effective January 2016. ... She said: “It has been my privilege to serve as a member of the BIA board since

  • ABPI names first project director for manufacturing ABPI names first project director for manufacturing

    ABPI and the BioIndustry Association (BIA) established the MMIP in September this year to create a suitable environment for medicines manufacturing.

  • UCB’s Mark Bodmer elected to BIA board UCB’s Mark Bodmer elected to BIA board

    Will hold the position for a three-year fixed term. UCB's Mark Bodmer has been elected to the board of UK trade body the BioIndustry Association (BIA). ... As a board member of the BIA Bodmer will play a role in shaping the policy environment of the UK

  • BIA elects six new board members BIA elects six new board members

    Biotech trade body adds representatives from MedImmune, J&J and more. UK trade body the BioIndustry Association (BIA) has elected six new members to its board. ... The BIA also announced several returning board members, including John Brown of Vectura

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