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Senior Vice President, Global Gov. and Corp. Affairs

Amgen Inc.

Direct Phone: (202) ***-****       

Amgen Inc.

One Amgen Center Drive

Thousand Oaks, California 91320

United States

Company Description

Amgen Inc. (Amgen) is an independent biotechnology medicines company. The Company discovers, develops, manufactures and markets medicines for grievous illnesses. It focuses on human therapeutics and concentrates on medicines based on advances in cellular ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Partner
Bay City Capital LLC

Adjunct Lecturer
Haas School of Business

Chief Domestic Policy Advisor To Vice President Al Gore
U.S. House of Representatives

Co-Chair
Educational Fund

Head Lobbyist
Genetech Inc.

Staff Counsel
U.S. House of Representatives

Partner
Hogan & Hartson LLP

Affiliations

Senior Fellow
The Center for Global Enterprise

Member of Several Practice Groups
Hogan & Hartson LLP

Member, Board
National Health Council

Member, Board
Amgen Global Government Affairs Office

Member, Board
Fremont

Board Member
Children's Charities Foundation

Trustee
Keystone Science School

Board Member
California Healthcare Institute Inc

Counsel To the Committee
U.S. House of Representatives

Director
ARYx Therapeutics Inc.

Domestic Policy Advisor
Vice President

Education

B.A.

Colgate University

J.D.

Albany Law School

J.D.

Albany Law School at Union University

J.D.

Albany Law School of Union University

Juris Doctorate

Albany Law School

undergraduate degree

Colgate University

Web References (196 Total References)


CHI 2012 - CHI

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David Beier, Senior Vice President, Amgen


The National Health Counci's Board of Directors

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David W. Beier


Biotechnology Investment | BIOtechNow

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During the keynote lunch of the China Day special program at the 2012 BIO International Convention, David W. Beier, senior vice president at Amgen and former chief domestic policy advisor to Vice President Al Gore, outlined the 5 keys to Read More >


During the keynote lunch of the ...

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During the keynote lunch of the China Day special program at the 2012 BIO International Convention, David W. Beier, senior vice president at Amgen and former chief domestic policy advisor to Vice President Al Gore, outlined the 5 keys to making biotech flourish in China.

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"The Chinese government has, as part of the 5-year plan, put its stamp of approval on 5 industries: biotechnology… is one of those," Beier said. "Those 7 industries together are targeted with $600 billion, with a 'B,' worth of investment in the 5-year timeframe. A substantial part of the investment is going to be in biology."
2. Investment in a Science-Based Regulatory Environment
"The Chinese FDA needs to have its standards as harmonized as possible with international standards," Beier explained. "The decision-making has to be made on sound science and it has to be quite transparent and predictable."
3. A Visible Intellectual Property System
"China has made steps along that road, especially after being accepted in to the World Trade Organization and its intellectual property standards," Beier said. "I think it's not a surprise many Chinese government officials have also said, however, much, much work is necessary…"
4. Will There be a Reward for Innovation?
"Will there be a reward, at the end of the day, for creating a product for a serious unmet medical need? Beier asked. "Countries across the world have struggled with this. It's an issue in the United States. It's an issue in Western Europe and most other countries. I hope the Chinese people expect, from their government, payment for innovation."
5. Access to Capital
"In an appropriate and typically Chinese way, that access to capital is going to come from a variety of sources," Beier explained.


San Francisco venture capital firm Bay ...

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San Francisco venture capital firm Bay City Capital hired biotech veteran David W. Beier as a managing director. He spent nearly a decade at Amgen Inc., most recently as senior vice president of global government affairs at Amgen, also responsible for corporate communications and philanthropy. From 2001 to 2003, he practiced at Hogan & Hartson LLP, where he was a partner. From 1998 to 2001, Beier was chief domestic policy adviser to Vice President Al Gore during the Clinton administration.

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