The Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission (Commission) has approved funding to its second round of 2021 recipients for a total of $6,052,901. The Commission has also appointed Amritha Jaishankar, Ph.D., the current MSCRF Director – Programs & Strategic Alliances, to succeed Dan Gincel, Ph.D., as Executive Director of the MSCRF, effective May 14, 2021.
At Maryland Lifesciences’ 2020 Bio Innovation Conference, American Gene Technologies (AGT) took center stage. AGT was the virtual event’s diamond sponsor, AGT’s CEO and Founder Jeff Galvin kicked off the event with opening remarks and then hosted several panel discussions, including “Expanding Progress and Opportunities in Gene and Cell Therapy,” which was a highlight of the conference’s second day.
Perhaps the single biggest challenge faced by startup entrepreneurs and early-stage life science companies is securing the necessary funding to fuel innovation and growth. The BioHealth Capital Region (BHCR) life science community as a whole faces a similar challenge when it comes to access to venture capital funding; this challenge has been noted by many BHCR thought leaders and well-documented in a host of BioBuzz stories.
Stem Cell Experts from Maryland presenting at Phacilitate World Stem Cell Summit
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Regenerative Medicine Leaders Emphasized a Focus on Efficiencies and Collaboration to Make a Greater Impact on Patients
Regenerative Medicine Leaders Emphasized a Focus on Efficiencies and Collaboration to Make a Greater Impact on Patients “We are here to bring the Community together to change the world!” opened [….]