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    FD Partner Wayne Reid will be Presented the Lifetime Achievement Award by Georgia Bio

    ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Georgia Bio will honor two industry leaders and long-time Georgia Bio supporters at the Annual Georgia Bio Awards Dinner Jan. 22. Being honored are Wayne Reid of Frazier & Deeter and the late Dr. Clifton Baile of the University of Georgia. The award is presented to individuals who have performed an outstanding service and accomplishment spanning a career to Georgia Bio and the life sciences industry at-large.

    “Wayne has tirelessly served Georgia Bio as its treasurer providing finance oversight. He cares about the mission of the organization and is always willing to give of his time and talents to help foster its success.”

    “Wayne has remained a strong advocate for the growth of Georgia’s life sciences industry,” said Georgia Bio President & CEO Russell Allen. “Wayne has tirelessly served Georgia Bio as its treasurer providing finance oversight. He cares about the mission of the organization and is always willing to give of his time and talents to help foster its success.”

    Of the late Dr. Baile, Allen stated, “Cliff was a prestigious industry scholar and a generous individual. He mentored countless students and companies over his career, and he helped us to understand how Georgia Bio should serve the needs of industry. Cliff was selfless in his giving and leaves a legacy of excellence that each of us can follow, emulate and share.”

    The recipients will be honored at the Annual Awards Dinner January 22, 6 pm to 9 pm, at Atlanta’s Fox Theater. Details available at www.gabio.org/awards.

    Read the full article here.

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