Austin Technology Incubator links pharmacy grad students with bioscience startups

Two young startup companies developing therapies to treat medical ills may soon offer renewed promise to patients, thanks, in part, to a cooperative program with the college. This program – a collaborative effort between the college’s Drug Dynamics Institute (DDI) and Austin Technology Incubator (ATI) – has provided these early-stage ventures with pharmacy graduate student interns. In turn, these students have the unique opportunity to work closely with bioscience entrepreneurs.

Read the whole article from Longhorn Pharmacy Focus, Fall 2009 [PDF]


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September 15, 2009