Building on experience with an accelerator and various other startup resources, the organization will run incubators in Rockville and Germantown.
BioHealth Innovation inked a pair of recent deals to run incubators in Montgomery County.
The Rockville-based organization that works to help health and life sciences startups in the region is set to manage the Germantown Innovation Centerand the Rockville Innovation Center. It’s the first foray into running incubators for the public-private partnership, which also helps startups coming out of UMB and Johns Hopkins in Baltimore.
BHI provides resources for startups including entrepreneurs-in-residence and connections to the area’s larger biotech companies. CEO Richard Bendis said the Montgomery County incubators are in a “sweet spot” of the companies they want to help. Between the two incubators, Bendis said there are 48 startups. Read more via Technical.ly Baltimore.