Leaders of NewYorkBIO members in good standing are eligible to be nominated for election to the NewYorkBIO Board of Directors (Sustaining Membership includes a Board seat.)
We are New York’s only trade association devoted exclusively to the life science industry, providing advocacy, business development, and communications services for approximately 450 members across New York and around the world.
This membership is for any for-profit entity that develops, manufactures, or commercializes drugs, pharmaceuticals, agricultural products, industrial or environmental products, medical devices, diagnostics, health IT, or similar products. Dues are based on number of full-time employees worldwide. Click below to see options.
This membership level is for organizations that provide services, equipment, supplies or other products of benefit to the life science industries. Dues are based on number of full-time employees worldwide. Click below to see options.
The Fellows Program offers emerging companies the opportunity to access NewYorkBIO’s extensive services, benefits, and network to help them grow.
The program offers a two-year scholarship providing early-stage companies of seven employees or fewer with full access to the complete NewYorkBIO portfolio of benefits, including the NewYorkBIO purchasing consortium, and discounted access to seminars, conferences, and networking events.
Organizations that choose to become Premier Members of NewYorkBIO help to foster the growth of biotechnology in New York along the entire spectrum of activities supported by the Association.
Organizations that choose to become Sustaining Members demonstrate their clear commitment to and investment in the growth of the biotechnology industry in New York by supporting legislative and regulatory efforts, life science business activities, business networking, and education. These organizations get a seat on the NewYorkBIO Board of Directors and have a portion of their dues allocated to event sponsorship.
Non-profit institutions including colleges and universities; research laboratories; academic medical centers; or government agencies with an interest or involvement in biotechnology.
Patient advocacy organizations are encouraged to join NewYorkBIO as an important partner in the life science ecosystem.
Public Policy and Advocacy
NewYorkBIO actively lobbies for statewide support, focus and investment in New York’s bioscience industry including advocacy and public policy activities that build support for the industry with state, local and federal governments and influence key legislation. NewYorkBIO’s annual Advocacy Day brings together life sciences executives from across New York State to Albany to collectively educate, inform, and lobby legislators on issues of critical importance to the industry.
NewYorkBIO is also the officially designated state affiliate to the Biotechnology Industry Organization in Washington DC. Through this relationship, NewYorkBIO has a voice in federal policy that will shape the current and future biotechnology industry. NewYorkBIO leads the New York delegation at the annual BIO Fly-In, a program that brings over 1,000 leaders of the national biotech industry to lobby congress.
NewYorkBIO members are eligible for significant cost savings through the NewYorkBIO Savings Program, which provides money-saving and enhanced-service contracts for our members’ purchases. NewYorkBIO obtains discounts and benefits usually reserved for only the largest national accounts with such providers as VWR (lab supplies), Office Depot (office supplies), Chubb (insurance services), UPS Healthcare (shipping), and many others.
Members receive a broad range of engagement opportunities through events and programs, including weekly Virtual Breakfast Series, featuring thought leaders from across the life science spectrum. NewYorkBIO hosts frequent networking events, the NewYorkBIO Annual Meeting, the annual NY-NJ Cruise, CEO and executive roundtables and newly created affinity groups within the NewYorkBIO membership. NewYorkBIO is always expanding the way we engage with our members and finding new ways for our members to engage with each other and the broad New York life science stakeholder community.
Marketing and Communications
Members receive increased visibility through NewYorkBIO communications channels, including Twitter and LinkedIn. These include free corporate listing in NewYorkBIO’s Membership Directory, a presence on the NewYorkBIO website with direct link to member company’s website, free event postings on the NewYorkBIO website, job postings on NewYorkBIO’s job board, and opportunities to present at various NewYorkBIO meetings, including the Annual Meeting.
Members receive business development opportunities through our technology transfer resources, partnering resources, and contact directory, making introductions and fostering discussion between scientist-entrepreneurs and companies, financers and business development professionals in our biotech community.
Industry Insight, Education, and Information
Members receive increased competitive understanding of the industry through training and educational programs, NewYorkBIO reports and publications, including economic development reports, newsletters, press releases and ongoing media relations.