This has certainly been a year unlike any other for BioHealth Capital Region (BHCR) life science companies of all sizes and kinds. Just a few months into 2020, the coronavirus pandemic swept the region, seriously disrupting, albeit temporarily, the best laid plans of aspiring founders, entrepreneurs, emerging startups, pre-clinical and more established, larger biohealth organizations in Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Maryland.
New Decade, Old Challenge: BioManufacturing Workforce Development Remains Key to Industry Growth The BioHealth Capital Region (BHCR) experienced significant change in 2019 that has set the table for an intriguing [….]
Pat Larrabee is Building the Biotech Infrastructure in the Capital Region and has been for Nearly 25 Years – Here’s What’s Next…
Pat Larrabee is Building the Biotech Infrastructure in the Capital Region and has been for Nearly 25 Years – Here’s What’s Next… November 5, 2019 The growth of the BioHealth [….]