Magazine Article | June 1, 2023

Entrepreneurs In Residence Program Advises NC Bioscience Startups

Source: Life Science Leader

By Barry Teater

Free advice and mentoring from seasoned life science executives are helping some firsttime bioscience entrepreneurs in North Carolina find success for their young companies.

The North Carolina Biotechnology Center has hired two executives with six decades of collective experience in the life sciences to coach early-stage bioscience companies that it has supported with loans and other assistance. Timothy Wright and Juliana Blum joined the Biotech Center’s Entrepreneurs in Residence Program earlier this year and are providing “deep-dive help” to a subset of the Biotech Center’s portfolio of about 70 funded companies, said Vivian Doelling, Ph.D., vice president of emerging company development for the state-funded, nonprofit organization.

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