We work with the biotech “little dogs.”
Little dogs are innovative biotech companies, both big and small, that are developing tomorrow’s medicines and technologies to improve healthcare.
Our clients are developing new therapeutics for rare diseases, advancing stem cell therapies in the clinic, advancing personalized diagnostics for cancer, unlocking the power of genomics and synthetic biology, 3D bioprinting new solutions for drug discovery and human disease research, and creating medical devices with the power to cure chronic and fatal diseases.
They are little dogs with big ideas, and we help them tell their story.
"Little Dog knows the science, is smart on the strategy and works diligently to achieve our communications goals."–Jay Lichter, Ph.D., partner Avalon Ventures and president and CEO of COI Pharmaceuticals
For all types of biotech companies, we provide innovative PR solutions that are tailored to our clients’ individual needs and budgets.
We provide a complete solution including press releases, messaging and outreach.
We develop comprehensive communications plans that support business goals.
We build powerful PowerPoint presentations that motivate your audiences.
Websites & Visual Communications
We create unique websites and creative content that stand out and tell your story.
We offer all-inclusive social media strategy, management and execution.
“Little Dog was an important partner in crafting our investor presentation. They helped us to clearly define our value story, and then communicate that story through impactful visuals and effective presentation skills.”
– Tom Wilder, president and CEO of Sequent Medical
We speak science. It’s in our DNA.
With our biomedical research backgrounds and biotech communications experience, we translate the science and technology into the value story that matters for your stakeholders and business goals.
Jessica Yingling, Ph.D.
President and Founder
Peggy Vorwald, Ph.D.
The DNA of communications is both science and art.
“It’s more than a website, a PowerPoint or a press release, it’s your story. It needs to inspire others, so together you can achieve something important.”
– Jessica Yingling, Ph.D., president of Little Dog Communications