Friday, February 3, 2012

BioSF's new chief brings research, tech transfer background to job

San Francisco’s nonprofit resource for life sciences startups has hired its second leader in less than a year.
BioSF, a partnership between the mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development, the nonprofit San Francisco Center for Economic Development and the University of California’s QB3 institute, in January hired cardiovascular researcher Ken Harrison as director.
Harrison will oversee a BioSF program that envelops several QB3 projects, including its new “startup-in-a-box” initiative that provides legal, banking and mentoring help to young companies.

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