News Articles and Montana BioScience Alliance Newsletters
A vaccine to prevent overdosing on fentanyl and one for heroin are in the works at the University of Montana and partner institutions. Human trials are expected to start in early 2024 for both vaccines, according to UM.
Only three years after its creation, the University of Montana and University of Montana Foundation today announced a significant investment to benefit the L.S. Skaggs Institute for Health Innovation. Known as SIHI, the institute will use this investment to expand its influence as a statewide hub for health education, research and outreach — with a goal of improving access to emerging health innovations for all Montanans.
Fifty-three high school graduates from across Montana have been selected for their effort and potential as the eighth class of Montana State University’s Hilleman Scholars Program, which is named after Maurice Hilleman, one of the state’s most influential native sons and an MSU graduate.
In July, Genentech, a biotechnology company, awarded a $180,000 unrestricted grant to Messengers for Health to promote health equity.
The Galien Foundation has recognized the significant contributions of the Wolf Creek, MT company in the “Best Medical Technology” category.
As a new year begins in Congress, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) is carrying over many of its legislative priorities from last year.
Administrative Supplements to Promote Diversity in Research and Development Small Businesses – SBIR/STTR
Contract Pre-solicitation for R&D that will contribute toward ARPA-H mission needs and SBIR program objectives.
Updates from product development and small business programs
The wait is finally over as the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) taps John F. Crowley, a longtime leader and tireless patient advocate in the biotech industry, to fill the role of the organization’s new CEO.