TBI offers members many opportunities
to get involved in areas of the biotech industry that
interest them. The committees listed below welcome new
members. If you are interested please contact TBI to
volunteer for one of these committees.
Exists to help TBI communicate with members and the
public and to facilitate networking between TBI members.
This committee is responsible for the publication of
the newsletter BioScan, an email newsletter (eBioScan)
and the maintenance of this website.
Seminars, workshops and courses, organized by TBI, enable
members to share information and learn about biotechnology
and related issues.
This committee focuses on enhancing international awareness
of the Toronto regions biotech resources and members
knowledge of offshore opportunities in order to foster
collaborations between TBI members and potential global
Dedicated to ensuring that TBI remains a vital organization
by actively recruiting new members from the biotech
Meetings, often breakfasts, provide an opportunity for
members to hear a variety of high quality speakers on
subjects of topical interest, on a broad range of biotechnology
applications. In addition, the meetings provide excellent
Public Interest Forum:
The PIF works to enhance public understanding by sponsoring
events which address the social and ethical dimensions
of biotechnology. TBI works to ensure that biotechnology
develops in a publicly responsive and responsible manner.
TBI monitors and informs members of regulatory issues
and trends that may affect their business. TBI also
facilitates the submission of members views to