AIM-HI to Award $1 Million in Seed Funding to Female-Led Oncology Startup

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The AIM-HI Accelerator Fund, a spin-off of the National Foundation for Cancer Research, aims to award $1 million to a female-led startup focused on meeting unmet needs across the oncology landscape. The organization is currently accepting applications for its 2021 Women’s Venture Competition.

‘Best Kept Secret’ MDC Provides Path for Medical Device Innovations

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In the heart of pharmaceutical and medical innovation lies an undiscovered treasure that provides a pathway for med-tech innovation, the Maryland Development Council (MDC). The council is a MedTech Startup Studio that works with inventors to develop their ideas into working prototypes and marketable products.

One-Fourth of Maryland’s Future 20 are Life Science Companies

Life Science Innovation in Maryland
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Maryland’s Future 20 Up-and-Coming Startups include five Life Sciences companies on the cutting edge of developing life-changing therapies and treatments for various illnesses. Five of 20 companies included in the list also highlight the state’s Life Sciences ecosystem’s strength.

Maryland Startup Apsis Healthcare Systems Striving to Simplify Drug Development Where Technology and Biology Meet

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University of Maryland alumni, Sathya Janardhanan, founded Apsis Healthcare Systems in 2018 to help biotech and pharma companies of all sizes simplify drug development through process automation and leveraging the power of Big Data.

In Conversation with Troy LeMaile-Stovall, TEDCO’s New CEO and Executive Director

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The Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO) announced in July 2020 that it had completed the executive search for a new leader with the hiring of Troy LeMaile-Stovall, a seasoned leader with deep ties to the BioHealth Capital Region (BCHR).

These Seed and Early-Stage Investment Funds in Maryland Are Fueling Life Science Startups

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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.

BioHealth Capital Fund Created to Help Emerging Companies Close Early Stage Capital Gap

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BioHealth Innovation (BHI) was created in 2012 by Rich Bendis and key industry leaders to accelerate the commercialization of high potential scientist entrepreneurs and companies within the BioHealth Capital Region (BHCR), which consists of Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.

4 Key Insights for Startups and Entrepreneurs Looking to Grow a Life Science Business

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4 Key Insights for Startups and Entrepreneurs Looking to Grow a Life Science Business BioHealth Capital Region Key Opinion Leaders and Connectors Share Thoughts on Growing the Region’s Innovation Ecosystem [….]