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New England Medical Innovation Center and RI Bio to host med-tech...

PROVIDENCE – New England Medical Innovation Center has partnered with RI Bio to host an in-person Rhode Island Life Science, BioTech and Med-Tech Industry...

RI Bio creates nonprofit foundation

PROVIDENCE – RI Bio has announced the launch of a new nonprofit foundation created to support the trade group’s work in life sciences. According to...

RI Bio unveils updated web site

PROVIDENCE – RI Bio, a life sciences trade organization, has launched a newly designed mobile-friendly web site.  The new look, at, is intended to “help...

RI Bio launches nonprofit foundation to support its mission

PROVIDENCE – RI Bio has launched a 501(c)3 foundation arm to support its mission, the trade group announced Thursday. RI Bio works to advance the...
SLATER TECHNOLOGY FUND and RI Bio were allocated a combined $597,500 in federal grants for programs designed to aid health care startups in the area. / AP FILE PHOTO/SUSAN WALSH

R.I. orgs receive nearly $600K to boost health care startups

PROVIDENCE – Slater Technology Fund and RI Bio have received a combined $597,500 in federal funds to boost health care startup programs, the state's...

Five Questions With: Patrice Milos, Cherrystone Angel Group executive director

1. How does your experience as co-founder of a startup inform your strategy in your new role at Cherrystone? Angel investors must keep pace...
FULL CIRCLE: Providence-based Maternova was the first medtech venture to complete an accelerator program at Social Enterprise Greenhouse. The company’s founder, Meg Wirth, is now SEG’s director of health and wellness. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

After years of promise, R.I. medtech sector emerging from Boston’s shadow

After working for a large company for more than a decade, Dom Messerli was on his own for the first time in 2016. He’d just...
BRAINSTORMING: New England Medical Innovation Center founders and managing partners Aidan Petrie, left, and Lydia Shin Schroter, second from left, lead a brainstorming session with staff members Danielle Sturm, second from right, marketing and communications manager, and Maey Petrie, program coordinator, at the organization’s Providence office.

R.I.’s medtech innovators get much-needed support

Fresh ideas are at the core of the medical-technology industry, but as Aidan Petrie saw during his tenure as chief innovation officer at Providence-based...
GOOGLE ANALYTICS: The Southern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce in South Kingstown will host a seminar on Sept. 19, titled “10 Good Reasons Why You Should Use Google Analytics.”

Editor’s Choice: Learn why you should use Google Analytics

EDITOR’S CHOICE Learn why you should use Google Analytics THE SOUTHERN RHODE ISLAND Chamber of Commerce will host a seminar titled “10 Good Reasons Why...

Five Questions With: Carol Malysz

In her role as RI Bio’s executive director, Carol Malysz oversees the group’s coordination with health care organizations, life sciences companies, academic centers and...

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