NC Biotech Center’s Ken Tindall, G1 Therapeutics, NeuroTronik win SEBIO awards

​Ken Tindall, Ph.D., senior vice president of science and business development at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, has won Southeast BIO’s Leadership Award, one of several honors announced at SEBIO’s 19th Annual Investor and Partnering Forum in Pinehurst. Tindall is responsible for the Biotech Center’s Science and Business Development efforts, including grant and loan programs. Since he joined the Center in 2000, his units have provided tens of millions of dollars in support for research, education and business across the state, resulting in billions of dollars in follow-on funding. Tindall earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Montana State University...

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