Recently, Dallas-Fort Worth “metroplex” universities received over $10 million in funding from 42 grants for biochemical research recently led by the Welch Foundation. Notable life science-based funds were awarded to the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, The University of Texas at Dallas, University of North Texas, Baylor University, Southern Methodist University, and Texas Christian University. As TrialSite’s indicated previously, ongoing grants and life science-based research and development, including clinical development activity, points to not a one-time event but a growing trend indicating the potential for this vast metropolis to emerge as a substantial life sciences hub in the United States. It’s already ranked 6th among emerging biotech and device clusters. An aggressive, business-friendly ethos ensures they’ll rise.
Not Just J.R’s Dallas: Research in the ‘Metroplex’
With over 7.5 million residents, the Dallas-Fort Worth ‘Metroplex’ emerges as a top urban region in the United States. The economic, cultural, and social hub of North Texas, the region’s also known as “DFW.” It’s among the top five most populated urban regions along with New Yor...
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