GeneVentiv Therapeutics is developing the first universal gene therapy for all types of hemophilia, including the most difficult cases. By working to bring breakthrough therapies to market, this UNC-affiliated startup is also instilling expanded hope in hemophilia patients who wrestle with the daily realities of their life threatening, inherited disorder.
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Durham-based Altis Biosystems is offering a research award of up to $10,000 for a scientific team to use its proprietary drug-development technology in a research project.
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For the second year in a row, awards for research conducted at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill exceeded $1 billion.
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After 11 years of dedicated service and commitment to the University and the state, Judith Cone, vice chancellor for innovation, entrepreneurship and economic development, will retire from Carolina in April.
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Frost & Sullivan, a California company specializing in business growth and development, has named Durham’s 410 Medical, Inc. as the 2021 Entrepreneurial Company of the Year in the global fluid resuscitation devices industry.
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