Randy Burd, Ph.D. is the Director of Research at BerylStone and an Associate Professor at University of Arizona. Randy received his Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biophysics in 1998 from the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York and has worked in the area of pharmaceutical and biotechnology research for over a decade. In 2002 he was appointed the director of Pre-Clinical Therapeutics at Thomas Jefferson University. In 2005 he was recruited to the University of Arizona. Randy joined BerylStone in 2011 and currently co-manages BerylStone Investment's Managed Portfolios. Twitter- @randymburd Linkedin- http://www.linkedin.com/in/rburd
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Steven currently focuses his analyses primarily on the valuation of smaller biotechs (100MM to 1 BB market cap) and utilizes all sources of information, including conversations with management, peer-reviewed publications, SEC filings, and all available primary and secondary research.
Steven is currently a consultant for a New York based life science focused consultancy, and brings a strong scientific and financial background to his current position.
Previously, Steven earned a Ph.D. from the Scripps Research Institute and an M.A. from Columbia University, with extensive work in the field of synthetic and medicinal chemistry, publishing several papers in prestigious peer-reviewed journals. He is also pursuing the CFA designation, and has completed exam level 2.
Please email me with any questions, comments, and investment ideas. (stevenb29 at gmail.com)
I am a small-time writer/blogger who dreams big and enjoys researching and writing about biotechs and pharmaceuticals. My work experiences include food safety, water quality, pesticides, food additives, paints, plastics and pharmaceutical precursors. My focus as of late has been researching the treatment options for many cancers and prevention of their recurrence. Additional recent research has been in the stem cell field, an exciting field in its infancy but now becoming a teenager! My ongoing goal for investors is attempting to find under-the-radar or oversold pharmaceuticals or biotechs for investment potential.
John Hodge is an active trader who follows the technology/biotech sector specifically. I have been successfully trading stocks for the last 16 years and still thank those that pointed me in the direction of Qualcomm and Amgen many years ago. I believe research and timing is the key to long term goal attainment in the market.
Individual investor. I have been trying to create wealth for me and my family for over 30 years. The market correction since the early 80's have paired gains, plus some bad choices.
Still looking for something that works.
I hold BS degrees in Biology and Environmental Policy in addition to an M.Ed in Science Education. I have experience as a researcher in the biotech sector. Currently, I teach Biology courses as well as publish articles and research in the fields of science, education and public policy.
Long/Short Equity Portfolio Manager at Emerald Waves Investments, LLC. Former Director of Research at Biondo Investment Advisors, and investment professional at Federated Investors and Sands Capital Management. Also previously worked in investment banking at Merrill Lynch and First Union Securities. Graduated from Duke University and Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia, and is a CFA Charterholder.
I am a pharmacist for a large research hospital system based in Ohio. I generally am interested in the pharmaceutical industry as well as large income producing companies. I am long ATHX, PFE, MNTA, and ABLYF