ABI-LAB is proud to foster a thriving community of entrepreneurs who are working to assist in the discovery and development of new drugs. During the rapidly evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, ABI-LAB recently implemented a number of enhanced policies and precautions
ABI-LAB: A Natick bio-tech success story
A bio-tech incubator in Natick, ABI-LAB, is expanding. According to its owners, there is no place like it in MetroWest. NATICK — Gary Kaufman knows why his business is successful. “I put in my own money,” Kaufman said. “No grants,
‘I like it here better’: Some overseas businesses take a liking to MetroWest
They came from Taiwan, Australia and Singapore. Those were just some of the international homes of business leaders who visited MetroWest to see if it could be a place to do business. MARLBOROUGH — Standing in the lobby of the
New Advisory Program with Alira Health
Natick, MASSACHUSETTS – July 16, 2019 – ABI-LAB, a biotech incubator facility firm, announced the launch of an acceleration office hours program with Alira Health to benefit current residents. ABI-LAB is an accelerator and bio-incubator established to support startups, including life science, biotech, medical technology, and medical data companies.
Karyopharm Therapeutics granted FDA approval
Please join me in congratulating Karyopharm Therapeutics. Karyopharm Therapeutics, on July 3rd, 2019 was granted FDA approval for its Multiple Myeloma Drug, Xpovio. Dr. Raphael Nir helped foster and conduct early research stages through SBH Sciences drug optimization services.
Framingham Hosts Life Sciences Executives from All Over the World
Bus Tour for BIO Conference Participants Highlight the Benefits of Locating in Metrowest On Friday, June 8th, 50 executives from Life Sciences companies boarded a bus in Boston and took the 30-minute ride to Framingham and Natick. The executives, who
ABI-LAB Celebrates its Grand Opening in Natick Massachusetts
Natick, MA – Wednesday, September 28, 2016 – CEO of Karyopharm Therapeutics Inc., Dr. Michael Kauffman, joined by State Senator Karen Spilka, State Senator Richard Ross, State Representative David Linsky, Paul Joseph, President & CEO of the Metrowest Chamber of
Natick company aims to help start-up biotech firms
NATICK – When people receive medication at the hospital, from a pharmacy or over the counter, they are likely benefiting from what was once just a concept. “Every one of these started with some scientist with an idea,” said Dr.