- ACS San Diego See the website: www.sandiegoacs.org
- AWIS San Diego See the website: www.awis.npaci.edu
- SD Biotechnology Network See the website: www.sdbn.org
- Biocom See the website: www.biocom.org
- Biotoasters See the website: www.biotoasters.org
- EcoTopics See the website: www.ecotopics.org
- Laboratory Robotics Interest Group See the website: www.lab-robotics.org
- MIT Enterprise Forum San Diego See the website: www.sdmitforum.org
- MySDscience See the website: www.mysdscience.com
- SABPA See the website: www.sabpa.org
- San Diego Bioinformatics Forum See the website: www.sdbioinfo.org
- San Diego BioProcess Forum See the website: www.groupspaces.com
- San Diego Entrepreneurs Exchange See the website: www.sdentrepreneurs.org
- San Diego Venture Group See the website: www.sdvg.org
- SD Biotech Discussion Group See the website: www.sd-biotech.org
- Southern California Biomedical Council See the website: www.socalbio.org
- TiE San Diego See the website: www.southcoast.tie.org/
- Women of Bioscience See the website: www.sd-biotech.org
ACS San Diego
Locally, the San Diego section of the ACS has over 3,000 members. Our local section allow members to:
Connect with other chemists and chemical engineers in the San Diego area
Participate in programs near their homes that can enhance their professional development
Contribute to the public’s understanding of chemistry in their communistes
ACS Western regional meetings are hosted by local sections in various locations across the region
AWIS San Diego
Contact:Phone: (703) 894-4490
SD Biotechnology Network
The San Diego Biotechnology Network was founded in September of 2008, addressing the need for more high quality, face to face networking among Biotech professionals in the greater San Diego area.
BIOCOM is the largest regional life science association in the world, representing more than 550 member companies in Southern California.
The association focuses on initiatives that positively influence the region’s life science community in the development and delivery of innovative products that improve health and quality of life. This includes initiatives in capital formation, public policy, workforce development, group purchasing and member services such as networking events.
BioToasters is a part of the Toastmasters International network. We are professionals and students from around the La Jolla area interested in improving our speaking and presentation skills.
BioToasters is a relatively informal club that provides an open supportive environment for our members to learn and grow.
ECOtopics brings together professionals interested in the clean technology industry.
Through networking and a presentation, the programs aims to expand participant knowledge. The programs include discussions on the finance, commercial practices, innovation drivers, and regulatory considerations of clean technology industries.
Laboratory Robotics Interest Group
The LRIG mission is to provide and facilitate instruction for both self-development and the benefit of the laboratory automation community. To do this, we:
Provide physical and virtual meeting places for scientists, engineers and academics interested in furthering their careers and the field of laboratory automation.
Facilitate communication among users and providers of laboratory automation.
Provide a platform to encourage an open discussion of any new automation technologies that can be beneficial to the laboratory automation community.
Share current best practices and experiences in the design and implementation of laboratory automation.
Encourage members to actively contribute, via the use of web and e-mail based bulletin boards (Discussion Mailing Lists).
Evaluate new technologies / instruments and share our findings at regional meetings and with on-line presentations archive.
1730 West Circle Drive, Martinsville, NJ 08836
MIT Enterprise Forum San Diego
The MIT Enterprise Forum San Diego is about education, networking, and community among business leaders, technologists, capital and service providers. We discuss the business issues of leading technology and life sciences companies in a public forum where we all learn about how to keep innovative technology and life science companies running straight and fast! We use a unique business case study method to uncover valuable insights about presenting companies.
Contact:Karen Winston, Program Director
San Diego MIT Enterprise Forum
Phone: (858) 964-1346
Fax: (858) 964-1301
MySDscience is San Diego’s leading online scientific networking site aimed at fostering scientific collaborations, professional development and science education for those in the greater San Diego area. Consider joining and sharing your thoughts or insights by blogging or just connecting with other colleagues. Join the Salk group for group discussions or create a group for your lab.
Join the Salk group for group discussions or create a group for your lab.
Sino-American Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Professionals Association
Sino-American Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Professionals Association (SABPA) is an 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in early 2002 by professionals and scholars from the Chinese community in San Diego.
In 2005, we expanded to Orange County and Los Angeles. We invite all scholars, professionals and entrepreneurs of any origin who are working in, engaged in, or interested in the biotech and pharmaceutical industry in Southern California to join us as a member of SABPA.
San Diego Bioinformatics Forum
The San Diego Bioinformatics Forum (SDBF) is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of bioinformatics in the local biotech industry and facilitating quality networking within the community.
The San Diego BioProcess Forum
The San Diego BioProcess Forum is dedicated to providing local biotechnology professionals an opportunity to network and discuss topics focused on bioprocess technologies and trends.
Members meet during social events featuring informative industry related presentations.
San Diego Entrepreneurs Exchange
The SDEE was founded by local San Diego entrepreneurs in order to provide a voice for the early stage technology start-up, to support new entrepreneurs and their companies, and to sponsor networking and educational events to help develop the skills necessary to bring funding and business to the San Diego area.
General Information about SDEE
The San Diego Venture Group
The San Diego Venture Group is a non-profit business organization
whose mission is to provide an informal atmosphere that fosters ideas on
how to form, fund and build new ventures.
The San Diego Biotechnology Discussion Group
The San Diego Biotechnology Discussion Group (SDBDG) is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of the local biomedical industry and facilitating quality networking within the industry.
The Southern California Biomedical Council
The Southern California Biomedical Council (SoCalBio) is the trade association of the life-science industry in Greater Los Angeles.
The mission of SoCalBio is to represent and promote medical device and biotechnology industry in Los Angeles and Orange Counties as well as adjacent communities in the Inland Empire and Gold Coast.
TiE San Diego
TiE has evolved into a vibrant global organization of more than 13,000 members and 56 chapters in 12 countries. While TiE itself is a non-profit organization, the original chapter, TiE Silicon Valley, has long been recognized as the launch pad for hundreds of successful companies that have created an estimated $75 billion in value.
Conact:P.O. Box 2994
La Jolla, CA 92037
Phone : (858) 603-2656
The Women of Bioscience
The Women of Bioscience organization was formed in 1997 to promote a collegial environment and facilitate networking amongst the women employed in the San Diego biomedical sciences community.
Contact:Thomas Studebaker, Studebaker Biomedical Business Consultants