As the U.S. Congress embarks on a first-of-its-kind initiative to help accelerate the pace of medical cures in America, Bentley professor Fred Ledley joined a panel of experts who testified at a congressional hearing in Washington, DC, on incentives for pharmaceutical and device development.
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Director of the Center for Integration of Science and Industry Dr. Fred Ledley testified at the House of Representative’s Committee on Energy and Commerce this past June. Ledley focused on business incentives that would encourage the development of highly innovative medicines that are being enabled by the rapid advance of science.
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