PathSensor’s CEO Joins Other Maryland Bio Tech Leaders in Issuing Recommendations to Accelerate Industry Growth

PathSensors: Identifying pathogens at the speed of light

My goal is to help Maryland grow to be a Top U.S. BioHealth Innovation Hub.

Baltimore biotech firm, PathSensors, announced that its CEO, Ted Olsen, joined with other leaders of the Maryland Biohealth community in developing and issuing recommendations to grow Maryland’s biohealth industry and position the state as a globally recognized Top 3 U.S. BioHealth Innovation Hub by 2023.

The recommendations are contained in a report from the Maryland Life Sciences Advisory Board (LSAB). The report made recommendations around four key areas: assets, connectivity, capital and talent, or ACCT Now.

  • Leverage and grow the state’s assets and accelerate the commercialization of…

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