A Strategic Relocation to Baltimore Supports One Biomedical Company’s Growth

KaloCyte cofounders Dr. Allan Doctor and Dr. Dipanjan Pan were slated to relocate to Maryland and launch the Center for Blood Oxygen Transport & Hemostasis at the University of Maryland School of Medicine nearly three years ago.
But instead of being forced to choose between leaving behind their biotech startup and forming CBOTH, they made the best of both worlds right in the heart of Baltimore: The St. Louis-founded startup moved into CBOTH as a University of Maryland BioPark affiliate in July 2019.

The BioPark, located on the University of Maryland, Baltimore’s campus, is home to nearly three dozen life sciences companies. Tenants range from early-stage companies to major global firms like BD, Catalent, Illumina, and Pharmaron. Its prime location in Maryland’s biomedical ecosystem made it an ideal new home for KaloCyte, which is developing a critically-needed red blood cell substitute for use when perishable donor blood is not available or in short supply.

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