Biozona Weekly: Medication management; TGen honored; Oro Valley tech industry

March 21, 2014

By hammersmith

UA Medication Management program proves profitable
3/20/14 | Inside Tucson Business | Mary Minor Davis

What began as a project under the University of Arizona College of Medicine, as an innovative way to provide patient management services for Medicare beneficiaries in a unique teaching environment for future pharmacists, has now grown to the largest provider of medication therapy management services in the country.

Oro Valley tech industry poised to grow as Securaplane flourishes
3/20/14 | Arizona Daily Star | Phil Villarreal

An Oro Valley technology company has expanded using the town’s Economic Expansion Zone review process which the town hopes will draw other tech and bioscience firms to join Oro Valley Hospital and bioscience industry giants Sanofi and Ventana Medical Systems Inc.

TGen recognized as ‘2014 Economic Driver’
3/20/14 | AZ Business Magazine | Michael Gossie

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce has selected the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) for the 2014 Economic Driver award in the small to medium business category for one of its 2014 Impact Awards.

UA business school moving to Phoenix
3/19/14 | Arizona Republic | Eugene Scott

The University of Arizona Eller College of Management will move to downtown Phoenix from its north Scottsdale location, joining the university’s medical college on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus.

UA’s Tech Launch and Eller College the beginning of a beautiful friendship
3/13/14 | Inside Tucson Business | Brittney Nicole Smith

Tech Launch Arizona is hosting an “Idea to Asset” series in which Tech Launch Arizona and Tech Transfer Arizona partner with different colleges at the University of Arizona to bring relevant talks to its audiences.