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Startups will be critical to Tarrant County’s economic recovery, study findsBy Alex Branch Startup businesses have a substantial impact on job creation in Tarrant County and could be a key to the recovery from the economic fallout of COVID-19, according to new research funded by The University of North Texas Health Science Center (HSC) at Fort Worth. New companies — defined as businesses zero to 1 year old — created 25,157 jobs in 2018 and more than 25,000 jobs in Tarrant County Read More »

Nov 17, 2020

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Emerging biotech company to expand from Silicon Valley to The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort WorthBy Diane Smith The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth will be a new home and primary area of growth for CAGE Bio Inc., a privately held clinical-stage company, currently a resident company at Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS@MBC BioLabs. The company is expanding to Texas from California. The emerging biotech Read More »

Jul 14, 2020

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UNTHSC launches podcast focused on Innovation in Fort WorthBy Alex Branch Want to hear an inspiring story of innovation in Fort Worth? Meet Cam Sadler. He was a Dunbar High School teacher who cashed in his retirement savings one summer and launched his own start-up company. A few months later, he was in Silicon Valley, the first Fort Worth start-up founder accepted into Read More »

Oct 15, 2019

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‘The perfect time to think big’By Alex Branch Rachel Miller’s transformation from physician assistant to CEO of her own Forth Worth startup company began as most entrepreneurial ideas do — she saw a problem to fix. Become an HSC Insider! Want to know more about our cutting-edge research, interprofessional education and health care offerings? On an Insider Tour you can: Read More »

Oct 14, 2019

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National expert cites benefits of medical cannabis in lecture seriesBy Kerry Gunnels The growing interest in the use of cannabis for medical purposes is the result of a demand by patients for treatment options, a national expert on pain medicine says. “This is the result of a grassroots movement – sorry for the pun, but it’s true,” said Michael K. Moskowitz, MD, MPH, who Read More »

Sep 20, 2019