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Texas Medical Center is growing yet again, amid the imminent renovation and expansion of the Memorial Hermann – Texas Medical Center Campus. The expansion, which is set to be completed in 2019, is a $650M project. In addition to the expansion:
- A $1.1 billion medical campus, as part of the McNair Campus of Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center in Houston, will be the newest addition to TMC and is expected to open in 2019.
- MD Anderson Cancer Center received a $30M philanthropic gift to support cancer research.
- UT Southwestern received nearly $20M in funding from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas to fund several different cancer research projects.
Learn more about the new Memorial Hermann expansion here:
With the new expansion at Texas Medical Center it is no surprise that it continues to be the largest medical complex in the world and is a $1 billion life science marketplace.
Texas Medical Center BioResearch Product Faire™ Event – 1/26/17
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Texas A&M University's research department has shown consistent growth over the last few years. The University has expanded with a wide variety of disciplines such as biological and agricultural engineering, biomedical sciences, agrigenomics, and vascular biology.Read More
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As the largest state in the continental U.S. and the second most populous of all 50, it is no wonder that the Lone Star State is known for being BIG. Among the big things in Texas, Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.'s BioResearch Product Faire™ events allow lab product supply companies to meet face to face with researchers from Texas A&M University, Texas Medical Center, University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Baylor College of Medicine, University of Texas Southwestern Medical, and Rice University. These universities compile nearly $2 billion in life science R & D expenditures.Read More
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Breast cancer research recently got a nudge in the right direction with a little help from a pair of product development grants, totaling nearly $4 million. For the past seven years, scientists at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio have been searching for a way to “switch on” natural processes that are crucial to fighting breast cancer, and their efforts are starting to pay off. Read More