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Tech Council of Maryland is based in the USA.
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Tech Council of Maryland Key Developments
Tech Council of Maryland Opens New Office in Baltimore
Jul 10 14
The Tech Council of Maryland (TCM) announced that it has opened a new satellite office at the University of Maryland BioPark in Baltimore. By expanding its reach, TCM will be able to collaborate closely with industry leaders located in the Greater Baltimore area and more effectively bring together the state's technology and life sciences sectors. Schiff and members of senior management from TCM headquarters will staff the new office (801 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201) every Thursday. From this location, TCM will collaborate with other key stakeholders in Baltimore on plans to offer networking opportunities, educational programming and address other topics of interest to the community.
Tech Council of Maryland Announces Executive Appointments
Mar 27 14
Tech Council of Maryland announced that individuals from IBM, Sucampo Pharmaceuticals and the Universities at Shady Grove (USG) were named to the board of directors. The new board members include: Stewart Edelstein, PhD, Executive Director, USG: Dr. Edelstein joined USG as executive director in 2002 and was named associate vice chancellor for Academic Affairs for the University System of Maryland in 2007. Peter Greenleaf, CEO, Sucampo Pharmaceuticals: Greenleaf was named CEO of Sucampo Pharmaceuticals on March 3, 2014, and brings more than 20 years of experience in commercialization and drug development in the biopharmaceutical industry. Chris Laidlaw, Enterprise Sales Director for Maryland and D.C., IBM Corporation: Laidlaw was named enterprise sales director for Maryland and the District of Columbia in January 2013. In this role, he is responsible for all of IBM's sales activities across the breadth of IBM's portfolio of products, solutions and services for all Maryland and D.C. clients. Previously, he served as client director for Industrial Sector Clients in IBM's Mid-Atlantic Region.
Tech Council of Maryland Announces New Board Appointments
Feb 13 14
The Tech Council of Maryland announced that individuals from Hewlett-Packard Co., Johns Hopkins University, MedImmune, RCM&D and SoBran Inc. were named to the association's board of directors. The new board members include: Matt Bell, COO and Vice President of MedImmune Biotech Operations at MedImmune. Bell combines a background in science, drug discovery and the pharmaceutical business. Christy Wyskiel, Senior Advisor to the President for Enterprise Development at Johns Hopkins University. Wyskiel is a seasoned entrepreneur and investor with 19 years of experience primarily focused on the life sciences and healthcare industries. Karen Byank Mathura, RN, JD, CPHRM, Claims & Risk Management Consultant for RCM&D. Mathura has more than 13 years combined experience providing intensive care, trauma, open heart recovery room and emergency department nursing; litigating and defending medical malpractice and hospital negligence claims; and providing claims and risk management support and consultation. Joel Beaton, Regional Client Executive, Hewlett-Packard Company. Beaton is the regional client executive within the Public Sector region of the Enterprise Services business unit of Hewlett-Packard. Gregory Kelly, PhD, Senior Vice President, BioScience at SoBran Inc. Kelly heads SoBran BioScience, the largest division within SoBran, and has been with the company since 2002.
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