In my new position, I will support the outreach WMSTI conducts to life sciences entrepreneurs and researchers in promoting its new “mini-labs” program. WMSTI’s mini-labs offer affordable access to the incubator’s world-class lab space, including more than 100 pieces of life sciences equipment and instrumentation, significantly lowering the cost of market entry for start-ups. The mini-labs initiative has been made possible through funds from a Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) Business Incubator Grant, which was awarded to WMSTI in March 2011.
||Business and Community Relations Associate
||West Michigan Science & Technology Initiative
Grand Valley State University, Bachelor’s Degree, Grand Rapids, MI
||Buchanan High School, Buchanan, MI