Industry leaders applauded the creation of the space. “As a hub of medical innovation, New Jersey is a prime location to establish research facilities that will provide state-of-the-art resources to entrepreneurs, innovators and start-up companies hoping to enhance their research and discover scientific breakthroughs,” said Debbie Hart, president of BioNJ, in a written statement.
Dean Paranicas, president of the Healthcare Institute of New Jersey, added “We look for this exciting initiative to create opportunities for new life sciences companies to develop novel treatments and cures that will benefit patients everywhere.”
Applications are currently being accepted from innovative researchers, entrepreneurs and start-up companies. To apply, please visit www.celgeneincubator.com.