Thursday, March 17, 2016
A new biomedical business incubator created to help life sciences entrepreneurs bring their discoveries to market — and to patient care — marked its official opening Tuesday.
The Indiana Center for Biomedical Innovation is located in the former Methodist Research Institute at IU Health Methodist Hospital, which has been updated with modern laboratories and other research resources, collaboration spaces, and support services.
“ICBI will be a unique place for entrepreneurial researchers to transform their ideas and discoveries into products,” said Jaipal Singh, Ph.D., director of the ICBI. “It is not simply a building where you incubate your startup. It’s a collaborative ecosystem bringing entrepreneurs, life science experts, and investors together.” Click here to read more.