Historically, university health centers were disconnected from communities where they resided, and too often seen as impenetrable citadels. That model is changing as cities and health science centers rethink how they can leverage medical research and technology assets to create more inclusive and robust innovation clusters. It’s leading to the rise of what are termed “Bio Health Innovation Districts.” In that regard, the Association of University Research Parks has created what it is called the “AURP Bio Health Caucus” as a forum for cities and universities planning, building or expanding their place-based biotech and health tech clusters. Learn more here.
"2021 TVC National Summit"
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- Jun 02 2021
"LSTCON" - Life Science TN Annual Conference
- Westin Hotel, Nashville
- Nov 09 2021