Thursday, June 22, 2017

Gallogly College biomedical doctoral alum Cortes Williams was among several Oklahomans recognized at the Biotechnology Innovation International Convention in San Diego. Along with recently completing his Ph.D., Williams was an inaugural recipient of the college's Pursuit of Excellence Award - presented by Jim Gallogly himself - and an alum of the college's Bridge to Doctorate Program. Learn more about the company he founded - NextGen Medical, providing an innovative approach to help medical professionals assess the effectiveness of cancer treatments.

Read more in two stories from newsok.com.


Published June 22: 
University of Oklahoma Venture Fellows test their market research mission at BIO show


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