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Carl Feldbaum, President, BIO Carl Feldbaum
Biotechnology Industry Organization


Carl B. Feldbaum is the president of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) which represents over 850 companies, academic institutions and state biotechnology centers in 47 states and 26 nations.

Mr. Feldbaum came to Washington D.C. in 1973 as an assistant special prosecutor for the Watergate special prosecution force to work with Archibald Cox to investigate and prosecute the Watergate scandal.

Prior to his appointment as president of BIO, Mr. Feldbaum was chief of staff to Senator Arlen Specter (R-PA) of Pennsylvania. He was also president and founder of the Palomar Corporation, a national security "think tank" in Washington, D.C. Before founding Palomar Corporation, Mr. Feldbaum was assistant to the Secretary of Energy, and served as the Inspector General for defense intelligence in the U.S. Department of Defense.

In 1979, Mr. Feldbaum was awarded the Distinguished Civilian Service Medal from Defense Secretary Harold Brown. He received the Christopher Medal for his book "Looking the Tiger in the Eye: Confronting the Nuclear Threat", which was also designated by the New York Times as a notable book of the year for 1988.

Mr. Feldbaum received a bachelor's degree in Biology from Princeton University and his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

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The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) is the world's largest organization to serve and represent the biotechnology industry.

Carl Feldbaum's Suggested Reading List

(for individuals "interested in reading for inspiration and literary excellence."

As I Lay Dying (reissue edition)
by William Faulkner,
Published by Vintage Books, 1990.
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The Sea of Fertility
by Yukio Mishima.
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The River War
by Winston S. Churchill,
Published by Prion London Motti Medea Books, 1998.

Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage (2nd edition)
by Alfred Lansing,
Published Carroll & Graf, 1999.
by Andre Malraux, Terence Kilmartin (Translator).
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Seven Pillars of Wisdom (reissue edition
by T. E. Lawrence,
Published by Anchor, 1991.

On Boxing
by Joyce Carol Oates,
Published by Ecco Press, 1994.

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