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  1. Medical school prompts Baltimore startup to relocate to Austin

    A Baltimore software company is relocating to Austin based largely on the building of the University of Texas' new medical school. The startup, called vitaTrackr Inc., develops software designed to ... FULL ARTICLE AT Denver Business Journal

  2. WellStar Health System Strategic Partner Wins 2014 Phoenix Award FULL ARTICLE AT Marketwire

  1. Healthcare venture capital fund management company Pontifax is likely to raise its fourth fund next year. FULL ARTICLE AT Globes, Tel Aviv, Israel

  2. Ratan Tata has invested in an affordable healthcare services startup — Swasth India — as for-profit social ventures catch the attention of high net worth individuals (HNIs) and top industrialists. FULL ARTICLE AT Times of India

  3. Ratan Tata has invested in an affordable healthcare services startup — Swasth India — as for-profit social ventures catch the attention of high net worth individuals (HNIs) and top industrialists. FULL ARTICLE AT Times of India

  1. No industry is immune from being revolutionised by agile and innovative startups. One would perhaps think that the medical and pharmaceutical industry was safer than most due to heavy regulations ... FULL ARTICLE AT Econsultancy

  2. Medical startup chief aims to improve drug efficacy

    By Paula Burkes, Business WriterDid you know 30 percent of people are resistant to the painkiller Oxycontin, meaning it doesn’t work as well on them or work at ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Oklahoman

  3. Startup with fracture-fixing device closes $24M VC round

    Med-tech startup Conventus Orthopaedics Inc., which makes a self-expanding medical device for treating fractures, has completed a $24 million round of equity financing. The Maple Grove-based company will put the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal

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Liam Lavery is General Counsel at Zillow.com. Previously, Liam was a partner at Preston Gates & Ellis LLP, with a focus on technology transactions and business law. There he advised clients ranging from startups to some of the nation's largest companies in software, online services, title insurance, health care, publishing, computer hardware, and computer games. Liam received a Bachelor of Arts... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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