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BioHealth Innovation, Inc. Forms Commercial Relevance Advisory Board to Help Advance Market-Relevant Innovations in Central Maryland
Date:2/27/2013

conomic Development, UMD
  • Doug Doerfler , President & CEO, MaxCyte Inc.
  • Moustapha El Amine , Senior Director, Scientific Services, Emergent BioSolutions
  • Bill Enright , President & CEO, Vaxin Inc.
  • Elizabeth Good , Director, Ventures, Johns Hopkins University
  • Jim Hughes , Chief Enterprise and Economic Development Officer/Vice President at UMD Baltimore, & Director, UM Ventures
  • Rachel King , CEO, GlycoMimetics, Inc.
  • James Lee , Executive Vice President/CFO, Adventist Healthcare
  • Raj Malik, Co-Founder & CEO, Infusd
  • Ken Malone , Principal, Early Charm Ventures, LLC
  • Arumani Manisundaram, Director, Center of Connected Health, Adventist Healthcare
  • Chris Meenan , Director, Clinical Informatics, School of Medicine, UMD
  • Arkesh Mehta, CEO, Chikujee Therapeutics
  • Cheryl Moore , Executive Vice President & COO, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  • Sara Nayeem , Principal, New Enterprise Associates
  • Jerry Parrott , Principal, Jerry Parrott LLC and Chair and President, Maryland Health Care Product Development Corporation
  • Joana Rosario , Principal, J. Rosario et Al, LLC
  • Rob Rosenbaum , President & Executive Director, TEDCO
  • Vin Singh , CEO, Next Healthcare, Inc.
  • Gayatri Varma , Executive Director, Office of Technology Commercialization, UMD '/>"/>

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