Nine years ago, two former life science executives were looking for a new home for their new company, a venture based on a new way to determine how much medication to administer to individual cancer patients.
Adrienne Choma and Salvatore Salamone had met each other while working at Roche Diagnostics in New Jersey. So a business incubator in that state seemed to be the best place to set up their new business. But an acquaintance advised them to check out an incubator owned and managed by the Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania in Bethlehem. Read More: http://www.keystoneedge.com/features/techventures0409.aspx