Six Maryland companies are set to pitch to a panel of investors during two competitions at a health technology conference in early September in Boston.
Biohealth is a hot industry in various markets across the country. Access to federal government agencies, state programs and top research institutions have led Maryland to be the No. 6 biotech market in the country, bringing in $15 billion in research dollars to the state every year. But Richard Bendis, president and CEO of Maryland […]
As Maryland emerges as a hotbed for research and commercial opportunities in the biohealth industry, many small businesses in this sector see the state as a good place to grow. When William Hearl started building Rockville-based Immunomic Therapeutics Inc. a decade ago, much of the initial learning curve was finding that sweet spot between creating […]
A life sciences incubator formerly run by Montgomery County is now being managed by a public-private partnership that focuses on helping central Maryland scientists and bio-health startups bring their ideas to market. Rockville-based BioHealth Innovation Inc. at the start of October began managing the Germantown Innovation Center, which is part of the Pinkey Innovation Complex for Science and[...]
ROCKVILLE — Doctors and nurses caring for newborns in the developing world can find themselves stretched to the limit: Sometimes, there are just too many babies for a small staff to care for. As a result, signs of an infant in distress – a dropping heart rate, slower breathing – may go undetected until it’s […]
BioHealth Innovation, Inc. is expanding its efforts to shepherd new technology from the lab to the marketplace by hiring three new resident entrepreneurs. Two of those will work with the National Institutes of Health, while the third will act as a liaison with Johns Hopkins University and companies in Maryland. The Rockville-based public-private partnership serves […]
BioHealth Innovation Inc. — a Rockville-based group that is a go-between for research institutions and the private sector — is expanding a partnership with the NIH that aims to make it easier to commercialize research done there.
Richard Moore, M.D., Ph.D., has been selected as entrepreneur-in-residence at the National Institutes of Health Office of Technology Transfer by BioHealth Innovation Inc.
Ram Aiyar, Ph.D., M.B.A., has been selected by BioHealth Innovation Inc. as its first entrepreneur-in-residence at the National Institutes of Health's National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.
Scott E. Dagenais, senior vice president/regional president Baltimore of M&T Bank ...
Kirkley leads Brigade The Brigance Brigade, an organization that raises funds to improve the quality of life of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis patients and their families, has appointed Christine Kirkley as executive director. Kirkley will oversee the activities of the organization and is also responsible for working with O.J. and Chanda Brigance as well as the […]
The Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore has signed on to a partnership that officials hope will accelerate commercialization of the region’s biotechnology industry. The alliance, a nonprofit economic development organization serving Baltimore and its six surrounding counties, will be the area’s primary business partner with BioHealth Innovation Inc. The economic alliance’s responsibilitie[...]