Please join us to learn about this exciting new NIH-funded initiative in the Northeast to benefit small businesses and academic partners!
“This is a significant opportunity for small businesses, academia, and the federal government to partner in two critical areas: boosting high-tech innovation and tackling biomedical research needs,” said NIGMS Director Jon R. Lorsch, Ph.D.
By: Julie Coleman, Ph.D.
Julie Coleman, Ph.D. is the Program Manager for the recently awarded DRIVEN Grant to Celdara Medical. This grant is designed to create an Accelerator Hub in the Northeast with the goal of bridging the gap between NIH funded research and improved patients outcomes by increasing the number of medical entrepreneurs. With a background in both biomedical science and healthcare consulting, Julie is excited to join the entrepreneurial community in New England. She received a BA in Biology and English from Bowdoin College, followed by a Ph.D. in Neuroscience at Tufts University. For the past two years, Julie was a healthcare consultant at Putnam Associates where she worked on projects across diseases areas and varying stages of development.