Biotech executives, investors, scientists, and entrepreneurs have a new home when visiting New Orleans through the recently launched In-Residence Immersion Program at Tulane University School of Medicine.
The program offers these visitors workspace in downtown New Orleans for a day or even up to weeks at a time depending on the need.
“They are not just visiting. They have an opportunity to become immersed in the community,” said James Zanewicz, School of Medicine chief business officer. “We can arrange for them to meet with our scientists, tour our labs and learn more about our world-class faculty, extensive research portfolio and opportunities for collaboration.”
“Tulane University Medical moves fast, startup speed fast, we’ve been very impressed by both their can-do business attitude to building startups and their emerging regenerative medicine technologies,” shared Ryan Bethencourt with IndieBio.