Andrew Goodwin, PhD - Founder and Editor
Dr. Goodwin created BiotechDueDiligence as an individual investor looking to organize his notes and research about various biotech companies. It turned out that this information and analysis was popular with other biotech investors, and as they say, the rest was history!
After ten years of academic biomedical research, including a postdoctoral fellowship and faculty appointment at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Andrew now serves as a Supervisory Pharmacologist at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). He is a graduate of The College of William and Mary and earned a PhD in Cellular and Molecular Medicine from Johns Hopkins. Andrew is an author of more than 10 book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles, including publications in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS), Cancer Research, and Clinical Infectious Diseases. Dr. Goodwin's biomedical analysis and writing has also appeared via Chimera Research Group and SeekingAlpha.
Andrew lives in the Washington, DC area with his wife and two children. Interact with Andrew on Twitter @BioDueDiligence and connect on LinkedIn (please mention BDD).
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Recognition for Dr. Goodwin and BiotechDueDiligence
Nathaniel Brooks Horwitz's "How to Learn Biotech" primer and resource list [January 2019]
Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS) list "Using Twitter as an intelligence tool: 85 accounts worth following" [November 2016]
MIT Biotechnology Group's list of the "Best Biotech News Sources" [September 2015]
Timmerman Report's list of Who Should Biotech and Pharma Industry Pros Follow on Twitter. [April 2015]
RAPS / Regulatory Focus lists of top RSS Feeds and Twitter accounts to follow. [July 2013 and updated August 2014]
Adam Feuerstein's (TheStreet.com) "16 Essential Biotech Twitter Follows" [August 2013]
Ranked #33 of the Top 50 industry Voices in Biotech" list as compiled by FierceBiotech and Appeering/PeerIn. Be sure to check out the rest of the list. [November 2012]
Luke Timmerman's list of "Who Should Life Science Pros Follow on Twitter?" published by Xconomy. [September 2012]
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