Southeast BIO is a regional non-profit organization that fosters the growth of the life sciences industry in the Southeastern United States through efforts that promote entrepreneurship and bring together the key players active in the development of the industry. SEBIO's geographic footprint presently includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia (click on the map to the right to learn more about Biotech in each of these states).

About the Southeast

Today, the Southeast is recognized as one of the fastest growing life sciences regions in the United States and home to more than 1200 life sciences companies. A public/private partnership formed in 1999, SEBIO is committed to conducting activities that create regional leverage and facilitate the common interests and goals of constituents in the life sciences industry. Don't miss our Newsroom (above) to read the latest regional Biotech headlines!

The Southeast has seen sustained growth of the industry over the past decade. Venture investment in Southeast Biotech companies nearly tripled in this time frame, from $138 million in 1999 to over $325 million in 2007 (PricewaterhouseCoopers/National Venture Capital Association MoneyTree™ Report based on data from Thomson Reuters). The region has also consistently ranked at least 3rd in the country for the number of public and private Biotech companies. The maturity of our region is also evidenced by its more than 32 public biotechnology companies, up from 22 in 1999 (Ernst & Young's Beyond Borders: The Global Biotechnology Report 1999 and 2008).
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To learn more about the biotech activity in the seven Southeastern states included in the SEBIO footprint, see below. Tennessee Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida Alabama

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