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iBIO Institute's PROPEL Center Awards Grants for AdvaMed 2014 to Early-Stage Life Sciences Companies
Date:8/1/2014

asset to Illinois-based life science startups, and offering these Emerging Growth Company Scholarships gives 15 companies unparalleled opportunities to reach industry leaders and showcase their life-changing technologies," said Ray Briscuso, managing partner and producer of AdvaMed 2014.

PROPEL would also like to congratulate PROPEL companies Diagnostic Photonics and Corvida Medical for being selected to receive AdvaMed 2014's NIH Scholars Awards.

For more information on PROPEL or the iBIO Institute, visit www.ibioinstitute.org.

For more information on AdvaMed 2014, visit www.advamed2014.com.

About PROPEL
PROPEL is a group of programs aimed at increasing the number and success rate of early-stage life sciences companies in Illinois. PROPEL helps guide the development of formation-stage and early-stage life sciences companies by providing entrepreneurs with access to specialized resources and expertise to prepare them for early-stage funding. PROPEL is a Center of the iBIO Institute. To learn more about PROPEL and its programs, visit www.ibiopropel.org.

About iBIO Institute
The mission of the iBIO Institute is to orchestrate business leadership in delivery of world-class educational programs and job-creating new technology ventures. The Institute's EDUCATE Center delivers science and math programs for teachers and students, thereby inspiring the next generation of innovators and helping restore America's leadership in technology education. The Institute's PROPEL Center increases the number and success rate of early-stage life sciences companies in Illinois. To learn more about iBIO Institute and its programs, visit '/>"/>

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