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Vheda Health
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A Columbia-based healthcare technology company is making it easier than ever for chronically ill patients to monitor and improve their health. Vheda Health is a startup that works with Medicaid and Medicare health plans to decrease medical expenses and improve compliance with their mobile care management platform, enabling patients to

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Innovation Showcase Bio Prizes
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Faculty from the University of Maryland, Baltimore and Johns Hopkins University and local entrepreneurs were recently recognized for their groundbreaking research with $200,000 in prizes. The awards were made by the two universities, the Abell Foundation and the Maryland Department of Commerce as part of a day-long 2016 Innovation Showcase.

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Bio Technical Institute
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Guest feature: Sarah Pick is a marketing consultant with the BioTechnical Institute of Maryland. Follow BTI on Facebook and Twitter. For the past 18 years, the BioTechnical Institute of Maryland (BTI) has been helping unemployed adults transition to work at life sciences companies. While even entry level in the biosciences

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BioFactura
BioHealth

BioFactura, Inc.​, a biopharmaceutical development company that recently constructed a new headquarters facility in the Riverside Research Park in Frederick, plans to create 25 new jobs over the next four years. The company, which graduated last year from the Frederick Innovative Technology Center and currently has five employees, recently built

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Zika Virus GenArraytion Rockville
BioHealth

As the World Health Organization declares a new public health emergency, one Maryland company says it has created a test to help stop the virus before it is transmitted to humans. GenArraytion, Inc., a biotech firm located in Rockville, has developed a molecular test to identify the Zika virus in

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Sixteen leaders from key federal, academic and industry organizations have been appointed by Governor Larry Hogan to the Maryland Life Sciences Advisory Board (LSAB). The new appointees include a patient advocate, executives from global life sciences companies with U.S. headquarters in Maryland, small biotechnology companies, and leaders from the University

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Maryland Venture Fund
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GraftWorx, a medical device development company in Bel Air, has received a $500,000 investment through the Maryland Venture Fund. The company is developing an innovative approach to treat Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) that could reduce the need for expensive, repeated and invasive surgeries. “GraftWorx is turning the Internet of Things

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A colon cancer researcher from Johns Hopkins University has been awarded a $792,000 grant from the American Cancer Society. Nilofer Azad, MD – a member of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center and JHU assistant professor of Oncology – will use the four-year grant to study personalized therapies for individual colorectal

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BioHealth

Faculty researchers from the University of Maryland, Baltimore and Johns Hopkins University and entrepreneurs building companies based on technologies from these institutions were recognized this week for their groundbreaking research with $200,000 in prizes. The awards were made by the two universities, the Abell Foundation and the Maryland Department of

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BioHealth

On April 28, the InvestMaryland Challenge will award more than $750,000 in prizes and crown four new winners. Those top companies will be chosen from a dozen finalists and awarded $100,000 top prizes, one each in IT, Life Sciences, Sustainability & Exploration, and Defense & Security. More than $350,000 in

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