CED Announces 2015-2016 Board of Directors

Board Looks to Accelerate Successful Entrepreneurship in North Carolina The Council for Entrepreneurial Development today announced its 2015-2016 Board of Directors. As North Carolina’s entrepreneurial ecosystem has evolved and matured CED is using its nationally connected network for the benefit of growth stage companies. CED’s newly elected Board is perfectly positioned to continue this work

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T3D Therapeutics, Inc. Receives FDA IND Approval to Begin Phase 2 Clinical Study of T3D-959 in Alzheimer’s Patients

T3D Therapeutics, Inc., a Research Triangle Park, NC- based developer of Alzheimer’s disease therapies, announced that the Division of Neurology Products of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the company’s Investigational New Drug (IND) application to begin a Phase 2a clinical study of T3D-959, the company’s lead product candidate, in patients with mild-to-moderate

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CED Partners with DataPalooza to provide team coaches

NC DataPalooza, a regional open-data competition that connects local entrepreneurs with relevant, clean data drawn from national, state, and local resources to develop applications and solutions that catalyze positive community and economic impact, is working with CED to provide expert coaches to participating teams. Teams will work closely with four mentors from CED’s Venture Mentoring

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Wake Forest School of Medicine chooses LCMS+

Wake Forest School of Medicine has selected LCMS+ as its curriculum management solution, following an extensive review of several other vendors. Dr. C. Randall Clinch, Associate Dean for Academic Accreditation, says of LCMS+: “Its mapping capabilities allow us to run reports and manage our curriculum in a data-driven fashion. The system’s multiple features that are specific to medical education allows

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