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Indiana Continues to Make Its Mark as a Leading Life Sciences Center
Date:5/3/2010

nt concentration in medium MSAs.
  • Michigan City/La Porte MSA – In the Medical Devices and Equipment subsector, the area ranks 12th in employment concentration.
  • Muncie MSAMuncie moved up a spot from the 2008 report and is now ranked third in the small MSA Research, Testing, and Medical Laboratories listing.
  • Columbus MSA –  Adding a new Indiana city to the list, Columbus ranked 13th in the small MSA Drugs and Pharmaceuticals category.

  • A notable omission from the list of leading regions is Indiana's most concentrated life sciences region -- the "Orthopedics Capital of the World", Warsaw, Indiana.   When compared with the larger MSAs analyzed nationally in this report, the Warsaw Micropolitan Area (population 12,500) would rank as the 15th largest regional employer in medical devices and equipment in the U.S. with a total workforce of 5,979 in that category.  The omission arises from research methodology, since the BIO/Battelle report only analyzes data for the top 361 MSA, which does not include Warsaw.

    "BIO and Battelle, through this report, have provided consistent and comparable data measuring the impact and growth of Indiana's and the nation's bioscience sector over the past several years," said Kristen Jones, president and CEO of the Indiana Health Industry Forum.  "Their ability to measure and track our growth provides data that demonstrates Indiana's role as a premier location to start and grow a life sciences or medical device company."

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