"Presently, Feng runs her own company, Personalized (Diagnostics) LLC. She made the jump to self-employment about a year ago and has enjoyed it immensely. Taking advantage of the explosive growth of the life sciences sector and the abundance of funding in China, much of her work involves assisting biotech/diagnostic companies with strategies to enter the Chinese market. Bridging the technical, language and cultural gaps between the two countries facilitates much of her success.Read More
Lana Feng, Ph.D. Founder and CEO, Personalized Diagnostics Experienced business development professional in cancer diagnostics, companion diagnostics and personalized medicine. Highly technical and entrepreneurial.Read More
You might think these offices are for homemakers looking for a little time out of the house. But Hera Hub attracts scientists, tech entrepreneurs, lawyers and other successful business owners.Read More
As scientists and inventors risk their time and resources to explore the unknown, one of the critical rewards for their efforts towards discovery has been the patent: allowing them a 20 year monopoly to commercialize their work, if they make the results public. These incentives have been crucial to spark technology industries – especially in the life sciences....Read More
Dr. Lana Feng was interviewed by Hera Hub Founder Felena Hanson on entrepreneurship. Full interview can be found at Blog Talk Radio:
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The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) San Diego, which promotes, supports and educates women business owners in achieving success, celebrated the power of female entrepreneurs at its annual awards dinner on May 22, honoring all nominees and announcing the six BRAVO! Award winners. Continue reading on the NAWBO Website.
Text and graphic courtesy of NAWBO.
At Bio International Conference held in Chicago April, 2013, Dr. Lana Feng was interviewed by Susan Young for an article on Gene Patent. Susan Young is the Biomedicine editor at MIT Technology Review. Read the full article here.
Graphic courtesy of MIT Technology Review website.