Provided by Prince William County
The Northern Virginia Bioscience Center is a 30,000 square-foot commercial wet lab space opening in 2021. Designed to build and grow promising life science-based companies, the center will offer access to infrastructure, equipment, expertise and startup support services.
Prince William County Department of Economic Development worked with WTOP.com on the Catch the Innovation video series, which features interviews with project proponents in the County’s life sciences cluster, including:
- Amy Adams, executive director for the Institute for Biohealth Innovation at George Mason University
- Dr. Cohava Gelber, chief executive officer at Serpin Pharma, LLC
- Austin Haynes, senior vice president of development at Holladay Properties
- Christina Winn, executive director at Prince William County Department of Economic Development
Prince William County’s life sciences sector has emerged as a center of discovery, development and innovation. Watch the WTOP interviews to learn more about the growth and future of the bioscience center, and visit novabioscience.org to learn more.