December 15, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval
Everyday in labs around the world MD/PhDs are hard at work searching for solutions to the most urgent medical problems – and BioMotiv is searching those labs for transformational discoveries that can become breakthrough medicines.
BioMotiv isn’t a a venture fund or drug development company. Founded by the Harrington Institute, It’s an incubator/accelerator that uses all the considerable resources at its disposal to move promising breakthrough drugs and therapies from academia to commercialization as quickly as possible.
- Has 7 portfolio companies in various stages of preclinical development
- Provides development skills, lab resources, and other assets necessary for the success fo portfolio companies
- Is continually in touch with large Pharma companies to share progress and get input on their portfolio companies
- Works with discoveries that can be translated to medicines in a timely and cost effective manner
Join our webinar December 15th to hear from BioMotiv CEO, Satish Jindal, PhD, and learn more about how their approach to innovation accelerates breakthrough discoveries into medicine.
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