Science Exchange Stories: Pat Corsino from Nuovo Biologics

April 29, 2014 | Posted by Tess Mayall in Scientist Profile |

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Our user Pat Corsino, a R&D Manager at Nuovo Biologics, is studying the mechanism of action behind their antiviral and oncology technologies. I spoke with him about life and efficiency at an early-stage biotech, check out his advice about being proactive at a small biotech!

Q: What does Nuovo Biologics do?

Pat: We’re a small biotech company. We’re working on novel antiviral and anti-cancer therapeutics.

Q: How often does Nuovo Biologics contract out experiments?

Pat: Quite a bit, we have several collaborators all over the country. They help us plan and perform experiments, because we have limited capabilities in house. Right now, we need to get experiments done quickly in order to get funding to expand our laboratory.

Many collaborators do experiments for us, but sometimes there are projects that we can’t do through our network. That’s where Science Exchange comes in handy, because there’s a wealth of different experiments on the site. Read the rest of this entry »

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