Technical.ly Baltimore: This University of Maryland program brings students inside health startups
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Through UM Ventures' Presidential Entrepreneurial Fellowship program, students from different schools at the university help startups move technology forward.
Inside The GRID on Thursday night, a trio of University of Maryland students presented work on a clinical trial for a drug that could be used to treat triple negative breast cancer.
Tida Jarjou, Kevin Fan and Raqeeb Jamil — each representing different schools at the university — were presenting to close out the latest cohort of the UM Ventures-run Presidential Entrepreneurial Fellowship.
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