Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs, a premier incubator for technology and life science startups in New Jersey, is open for high-growth startups spun out of Princeton University as well as others from the region. The center participates in the NJ Ignite program, a state program that provides rent support for tenants in the incubator. The facility also offers many networking opportunities and educational events for New Jersey entrepreneurs and innovators.
One Princeton spinout at Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs is Optimeos Life Sciences, co-founded by Robert K. Prud’homme, professor of chemical and biological engineering, and visiting lecturer Shahram Hejazi. Optimeos is pioneering a novel nanoparticle-enabled approach for the sustained delivery of biologics to advance medical treatment and improve patient care.
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