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BioSpace Spotlights Leading Life Science Community
Date:12/15/2011

DENVER, Dec. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today BioSpace, the leading life sciences employment and news website, launched the 2012 Genetown™ Hotbed Campaign, celebrating its 13th edition.

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The campaign highlights leading organizations across Massachusetts. Each company's brand is added to an electronic and printed campaign map that is promoted online as well as at industry events and career fairs. The map will be on display at BIO's Annual Convention held in Boston in June 2012.

"With the BIO Annual Convention in Boston in 2012, we are thrilled to have such a strong showing for the Genetown campaign," said Joe Kroog, BioSpace Product Director at onTargetjobs, the parent company of BioSpace. "We're proud to showcase the area's thriving life science region and connect thousands of specialized professionals through the program's promotions and resources."

Genetown is part of a series of Hotbed campaigns hosted on individual BioSpace web pages. 2012 campaign sponsors include MassBio; participant companies include Biogen Idec, Pfizer, Millennium, Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated, AstraZeneca, Sanofi Pasteur,

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