Our vendor and supplier mapping project illustrates the biopharmaceutical industry's investment in our state economies and in the health of the patients we serve.
WA at a Glance
Welcome to We Work For Health Washington. We’re dedicated to promoting the economic benefits of life science business and research for Washington State and patients around the world. We Work For Health seeks to educate our elected leaders, the news media and the communities they serve about these key contributions of the life science sector in our state.
- 2013 We Work For Health Co-Chair SummitJuly 17, 2013
Co-chairs from We Work For Health chapters from around the country traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet and discuss the important role that the biopharmaceutical, biotechnology and biomedical sectors play in the United States’ economy and its citizens’ lives.
- Amgen Facility TourMarch 29, 2013
Amgen hosted a facility tour and roundtable discussion with Representative Suzan DelBene.
- 2,508 vendor relationships
- $427,780,568 vendor spending
- RT @ ClevelandClinic FDA approves two new drugs to treat #melanoma http://t.co/lzatUlhr1f
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- @BlazeBioscience, Seattle Biotech co. developing solid tumor cancer products raises $9M http://t.co/oNnUnxUSTP
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- Does the public misunderstand the significance of health #research? http://t.co/7IXo8QgxlA #R&D
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Northeastern University – Seattle is Washington’s first private research university and provides the region with talent, partnerships, and a strong knowledge base.Learn More
Specializing in small molecules, biopharmaceuticals, chemicals, medical devices, and veterinary products, MPI Research is the largest single-site preclinical CRO facility in the world – with more than 1 million square feet and nearly 600 animal rooms.Learn More