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ThirdBiotech Networking Group Launches

PHOENIX, Sept. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ThirdBiotech (, a biotechnology networking group, today announced that it has begun operations in Arizona.


Jeff Morhet, founder of ThirdBiotech created the group to foster networking and collaboration for the biotech, life sciences and healthcare community throughout the state. "It's important we start finding other ways to bring people together. No lectures -- just a great time, and maybe someone will strike another life science deal," he said describing the monthly event.

Around every third week of the month, ThirdBiotech invites people from the Arizona Biotechnology community to trendy spots in Tucson, Phoenix and Scottsdale. A variety of industry professionals attend each month, including entrepreneurs, investors, attorneys, scientists and journalists. The event offers networking and good fun.

ThirdBiotech has already garnered sponsors including the Greater Phoenix Economic Council, Canadian Arizona Business Council, the law firm of Osborn Maledon and InNexus Biotechnology Inc. Morhet will be co-hosting the event with Dr. Chris Lipinski, a Mayo Clinic physician and researcher. To learn more about the hosts and the events of ThirdBiotech, visit

The group's website,, provides further information on the sponsors and the next meeting, set for 6 p.m. Sept. 27th at Mastro's Ocean Club, 15045 N. Kierland Blvd., Scottsdale. October's meeting will take place in Tucson.

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