Juan Enriquez, Director Life Sciences - Box Hill Institute of TAFE

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7 May 2003




Biotechnology industry in
Melbourne



Box Hill Institute BioSkills Seminar

30 August 2005


Tim Murphy

Executive Director

7 May 2003




Global Biotechnology overview




Biotechnology

industry in Melbourne 2005




Industry context & structure


• Employment opportunities


• Overview of BioMelbourne Network


Introduction




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Combining living organisms or parts of living
organisms with technology to produce or
improve products


Source: Juan Enriquez, Director Life Sciences
-

Harvard Business School



The development of goods and services from
advances in understanding genetic material


What is Biotechnology?



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Red


human health



New drugs


cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer's




Green


agriculture and animal health


New strains of wheat, cotton, milk

production




White


environmental


Enzymes to clean oil spills [bio
-
remediation]


New washing powders with enzyme boosters




Blue


aquaculture


New methods for fish farming


Applications of Biotechnology?



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Economic model for leveraging knowledge to
generate sustainable competitive advantage



Expect major industries to be transformed by the
applications of the technology




health


energy


food production



So why are we interested in
Biotechnology?



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Australia 5
th
*

largest centre after USA, Canada,

Germany, UK, with 233 companies
[up from 6
th

2003/04]




Australia in top 10 nations
*

in terms of deal

formation, alliances and partnerships




Leading country in Asia
-
Pacific with 2.7% of global

revenue




Australia is now recognised as a significant global

biotech development centre


*

Source: Ernst & Young Global Biotech Report 2005

Biotechnology in Australia




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Biotechnology in Australia


2004/05 overview





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Europe

U.S.

Canada

Asia/Pacific

Re
-
investment & IPOs

Stabilising

Continuing to

grow & new IPOs

Higher revenue growth

& new IPOs

Source: Ernst & Young Global Biotech Report 2005

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Melbourne


leading biotech centre in
Asia Pacific




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NT
0%
Tasmania
1%
Aust
Capital
Terr.
2%
South
Australia
7%
Western
Australia
10%
Victoria
39%
Queensland
15%
New South Wales
26%
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Victoria is the leading biotech centre in Australia



39% of all Australian biotech companies including CSL



54% of Australia’s top ASX listed Healthcare and biotech


companies



60% of all biomedical research [company and institutes]



30% of CSIRO’s biotech activity



Major infrastructure


Bio 21, Synchrotron, Australian





Stem Cell Centre




7 clusters/precincts of research and

commercialisation expertise




Aims to be a top five global centre by 2010

Melbourne


leading biotech centre in
Asia Pacific




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Human therapeutics



oncology, anti
-
infectives and immunology,

cardiovascular disease, neuroscience, diabetes,

assisted reproduction technologies and stem cells



Agriculture


pasture plant genomics and plant breeding,

bioactives in dairy cattle and humans, grain

development [wheat, barley, canola], forestry



Clinical Trials


drug testing process



Diagnostics, Environmental

Areas of expertise




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Melbourne


leading biotech centre in
Asia Pacific




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Biotech industry dynamics




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1. Biomedical (Human)

Raw materials, supplies. Human Resources. Finance

Basic

Research

Prototype

Design

Or

Discovery

Preclinical

Development

Clinical

Development

Regulatory

Approval

&

Launch

Preparation

Sales &

Marketing

Bioinformatics

University,

Research Centre

Hospitals &

medical centres

Manufacturing

Animal testing

facilities

Regulatory

Advice

Human volunteers

(clinical trials)

Testing

laboratories

Specialised

laboratories

Sales &

distribution

IP Advice

(product & license)

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Science


Research Assistant, Laboratory Technician,
Scientist, Clinical Trial Manager, Project Manager,
Professor, Lecturer,
Head of Research,
Senior
Research Fellow, Associate Dean of Biotechnology,
Head of Clinical Research, Director
-

Scientific
Affairs, Development Scientist, Chief Scientist,
Scientific & Commercial Director


Job types

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Business

Senior Vice President Pharmaceuticals, Sales
Manager, IP Manager, Patent Counsel, Chief
Executive Officer, Sales Manager, Business
Development Director, Product Development
Manager, Program Manager Nanostructured
Materials, Marketing Manager, Finance Manager,
Chief Commercialisation Officer, Operations
Manager, Chief Scientific Officer, Manager
Commercial Risk Management, Regulatory Affairs
Manager, Architect,
Manager
-

Medical and
Research Facilities,


Job types

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Diploma of Laboratory Technology

Laboratory Assistant, Laboratory Technician


Biotechnology Degree

Process Development Officer, Biologist, Production
Supervisor, Laboratory Analyst, Cell Culture
Technician, Bioinformatics Technician, Marketing
Officer, Validation Officer


Box Hill Institute programmes

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Victorian & commercial focus


facilitates industry


development

and promotion activities to grow

Victoria’s biotech industry




Membership based leadership forum [125 orgs]




Links research, business and government leaders

to collectively drive long
-
term industry strategy &

short term economic benefit




Modelled on US regional biotech trade agencies



BioMelbourne Network



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Tim Murphy

Executive Director

Tel: 9650 8800

Mob: 0417 330 219

Email:
tmurphy@biomelbourne.org

Web:
www.biomelbourne.org

7 May 2003




7 May 2003