A leading scientist at Florida Atlantic University has received $540,250 from the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to continue his groundbreaking research to develop new therapeutic agents for collagen-based diseases including multiple sclerosis, cancer and sepsis.
Modernizing Medicine, Inc., the creator of the Electronic Medical Assistant® (EMA™), today revealed modmed EMA for Pain Medicine, a cloud-based, specialty-specific electronic health record (EHR) system.
Christine Burres, director of operations for the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University, has recently joined an exclusive group of certified incubation managers certified online — 20 to date in the world — by earning the International Business Innovation Association’s (InBIA) Business Incubation Management (BIM) Certificate.
The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University reported another year of solid growth for year-?end 2015. In its Report to the Community, the Research Park documents significant expansion, reflecting its success in creating a productive environment for technology, high-?growth companies.
Gustie Creative has a suite of offices in the Technology Business Incubator in the Research and Development Park at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL. The company has been headquartered there since 2013.
“Modernizing Medicine shares our vision that health data should be accessible to individuals and providers no matter where they receive care,” said Nick Knowlton, Membership Committee chair for CommonWell Health Alliance and Vice President at Brightree. “We are confident that as we continue to add members such as Modernizing Medicine we can expand our coverage and accelerate the nationwide expansion of our real-world interoperability services.”
BOCA RATON, FL — January 26, 2016 — The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University announces its 2016 newly elected officers.
Dr. Robert D. Parks was elected chairman; Michael I. Daszkal, CPA, was elected vice chairman; and Dr. Daniel C. Flynn was elected treasurer.
Venture capital investments were up in 2015 due in part to the coast to coast expansion of startups in the entrepreneurial ecosystem, reported the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA). South Florida companies received a total of $301 million investment capital in 2015, with companies in the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University and its Technology Business Incubator (TBI) receiving $53.5 million, an increase of 8.4% over 2014, and representing 17.77% of total dollars raised within the three county MSA. These investments resulted in more than $53.5 million flowing into the local economy. (Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach ranked #21 out of 381 MSAs.)
To create and sustain the ideal environment for innovation and invention, maximizing the academic and entrepreneurial talent and regional resources in South Florida to accelerate economic development and prosperity.