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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...
Patrice Milos / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

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.
 / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

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.”
 / PBN FILE PHOTO/JAMES BESSETTE

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...

RI Bio execs to talk life sciences at upcoming Innovate Newport...

NEWPORT – Co-working center Innovate Newport and RI Bio – the state affiliate of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization – will host a Tuesday Talks...
BROADENED MISSION: Carol Malysz, executive director of Providence-based biotechnology trade association RI BIO, said the group has broadened its focus. Previously known as MedMates, this year the company changed its name and approach to promote the entire biotech industry.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Ocean State starting to see growth in biotech industry

RI BIO, a Providence-based biotechnology trade association, is on a mission to put Rhode Island on the biotech industry’s map. Despite the state having...

RI Bio names new board of directors member, board chair emeritus

PROVIDENCE – Life sciences industry group RI Bio has named a new member to its board of directors as well as a new board...
RI BIO AND the Rhode Island BioHub Group’s collaborative report on the state’s life sciences industry indicated that the sector was held back by fragmented and uncoordinated resources. The report also recommended RI Bio as an organizing force among other suggestions intended to help the industry reach its potential in Rhode Island.

RI Bio, Rhode Island BioHub Group chart local life science industry...

PROVIDENCE — The state’s life sciences industry has been held back by fragmented and uncoordinated resources, according to a collaborative report  from the biotechnology...

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