R.I. Commerce Corp. awards job creation incentives, Innovation Vouchers

Updated at 11:12 a.m.

MINDIMMUNE THERAPEUTICS is a South Kingstown-based pharmaceutical startup. Above, the MindImmune Therapeutics lab at the University of Rhode Island. /COURTESY MINDIMMUNE THERAPEUTICS
MINDIMMUNE THERAPEUTICS is a South Kingstown-based pharmaceutical startup. Commerce RI awarded the company a $50,000 Innovation Voucher grant to partner with the University of Rhode Island and establish animal models of brain immune system dysfunction, as a means to screen for new Alzheimer’s disease therapies. Above, the MindImmune Therapeutics lab at the University of Rhode Island. /COURTESY MINDIMMUNE THERAPEUTICS
PROVIDENCE — An Atlanta-based company, Epiq Systems Inc., will receive state job creation incentives for locating a new data analytics office in Rhode Island, under a package approved by the R.I. Commerce Corp. Monday. Epiq, specializes in legal services, working on large and complex tasks for corporations, financial institutions and government agencies, according to Commerce…

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