We are excited to announce the recipients of the first-ever Xconomy Awards. Big Idea Bridge Project Newcomer Amy Schulman Innovation at the Intersection Sangeeta Bhatia CEO Katrine Bosley Ed Kaye Commitment to Diversity Biogen & Women in Bio Joan Reede Young Innovator Armon Sharei Patient Partnership Nikhil Wagle Startup Spero Therapeutics Contrarian Tillman Gerngross X […]
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