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    • Education, Industry and Government – Creating an Integrated Life Science and Technology Park Dr. Collins Jones Biotechnology Coordinator Montgomery College Germantown MD
    • The Life Science and Technology Park at Germantown - Our Goal
      • To create a Life Science and Technology Park on the Germantown campus of Montgomery College which promotes the integration of industry and education with a Biotechnology focus
    • The Background – How we got here
      • Natural Progression
        • Ongoing Montgomery College Biotechnology and Information Technology Programs already work closely with the local and national Bioscience industry
      • Expansion
        • A need for additional incubator and technology space in Montgomery County and additional Bioscience educational space at Montgomery College
      • The Germantown Campus is the ideal location to merge the two
        • educational programs in place, commitment to Bioscience, close to NIH , FDA and other major research centers, centrally located on the I-270 corridor, available acerage
    • Our Plan - The Physical Components of the Park (Bricks and Mortar)
      • Life Science and Technology Park
        • 40 acres / 1 million + square feet of business space
      • Bioscience education center
        • 120,000 square feet for training and education
        • adjacent to and interactive with the Park
      • Existing campus Montgomery College, Germantown
    •  
    • Park Components
      • Bioscience Education and Training Center – including a Scientific Library
      • Technology Incubator
      • Second Stage companies
      • Supporting Businesses
    • Pieces of a Puzzle – Working together to assemble them
      • Academia
      • Industry
      • Government
    • How we will do this?
      • Strategic planning and partnering
        • define the mission and the desired outcomes
        • select appropriate partners – involve them early and often
        • remain flexible without compromising your goals
        • stay focused
      • Model others successes, learn from others challenges
    • The Integration Process – How to make it work
      • Advisory Board – Life Science Park
        • composition is critical
      • Park management
        • Input and control agreed upon by academic, government and private stakeholders
      • Collaboration of internal and external academic programs
        • Serve multiple student populations and workforce needs
        • Ability to “flow” between educational options (e.g. pre-professional vs technical)
    • Who does what? The contributions of Academia
      • Workforce preparation - relevance of education
        • Create a relevant curriculum
        • Teach the science and how to apply it
        • Teach the business and how to apply it
        • Create a pipeline of workers at all levels
      • Workforce education
        • Opportunities for existing workers to enhance their credentials / obtain additional skills
        • Work with corporate trainers to enhance in-house training
    • A Bioscience Academic Continuum – one stop shop for education
      • Middle school teacher workshops and education
      • High school biotechnology academies
      • Associate Degrees and Biotechnology Certificate
      • Baccalaureate Degree Program
      • Masters Degree Program
      • Post-doctoral training for business acumen
    • Academic Partners
      • MCPS (Montgomery County Public Schools)
      • University of Maryland System (UMCP and UMUC)
      • Johns Hopkins University
      • Towson University
      • Hood College
      • Georgetown University Medical Center
    • Montgomery College Workforce Development Curricula
      • Introduction to Biotechnology for the Non-Scientist
      • GLP and cGMP Workshops
      • Team Business
      • Managing the Knowledge Worker
      • How to write a business plan
      • Intellectual Property for the Beginner
      • Presentation Skills for the Scientist
      • Resume Writing and Job Searching for Scientists
      • Survival Skills for your First Industry Job
      • Spanish as a Second Language
    • Montgomery College Workforce Development Curricula (continued)
      • Laboratory Workshops
        • Cell Culture Basics
        • Essential DNA and RNA Technology
        • Elementary Proteomic Methods
        • Core Techniques in Immunology
        • Introduction to the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals
    • Montgomery College Workforce Development Curricula (continued)
      • Symposia and Special Events
        • “ From Bench to Business”
        • “ New Enterprise Development for Scientists”
        • Boot Camp for Life Science Entrepreneurs
        • Boot Camp for Information Technology Entrepreneurs
      • In collaboration with
        • Montgomery County Department of Economic Development
        • Tech Council of Maryland
        • Dingman Center and Smith School for Business – University of Maryland
        • NIH
    • The Bioscience Education and Training Center
      • Designed to serve the Education Continuum
      • Classrooms / Seminar Rooms (variable seating capacity)
      • Dedicated Laboratory Space
      • Scientific / Industrial Library
      • Learning / Study Center
      • Conference / Meeting Rooms
      • Training Rooms for Company or External Vendor use
      • Offices
      • Lounge / Coffee – Snack Area
      • Storage and Prep Areas
    • Proposed Laboratory Space in the Bioscience Center
      • Biology
        • 14 laboratories
      • Biotechnology
        • 12 laboratories
      • Chemistry
        • 12 laboratories
      • Informatics
        • 4 laboratories
      • Training Laboratory for External Customers
        • 1 laboratory
    • Biotechnology Laboratory Space
      • Cell Culture Laboratory
      • Protein / Immunology Laboratory
      • Molecular Biology Laboratory
      • Instrumentation Rooms (separate for NMR and LC-MS)
      • Buffer and Reagent Production Room
      • Fermentation / Bioreactor Laboratory
      • Bioprocessing Laboratory
      • High Throughput and Robotics Laboratory
      • Independent Study Research Laboratories
      • Plant growth Laboratory
      • Recitation rooms
    • Who does what? The contributions of Industry
      • Product development - funding / revenue
      • Input for curriculum development
      • Guest Lectures and Seminars
      • Employment, Mentorship and Internships for students at all levels in the education continuum
      • Current employees and family as students
      • Donations – equipment and other materials
      • Scholarships
    • The Business Composition of the Park
      • Space allocated for companies at all stages of development – start up, second stage and mature
      • Planned space for both Biotechnology and Information Technology companies
      • Planned space for other critical partners (e.g. Venture Capitalists, Law firms and other essential businesses )
    • The Technology Business Composition of the Park – A proposed “Ecosystem” 2-3 companies at 75,000 - 120,000 average sf 35% 25 companies at 1,200 average sf 3% 27 companies at 8,000 average sf 22% 26 companies at 15,000 average sf 40% New, Startup Seed Capital Young, Growing Mature, Pre-IPO Successful, Public
    • Who does what? The contributions of Government
      • Taxes
      • for which we obtain:
        • Infrastructure – roads and public transportation, public services e.g. fire and police services,...
        • Education and Training grants – including tremendous support for Montgomery College and Bioscience industry training
        • Guidance and advice – Department of Economic Development and experience with the Shady Grove Life Sciences center
    • Funding and Financing for Life Science and Technology Park at Germantown
      • The project will be jointly funded by
        • State of Maryland
        • Montgomery County
        • Montgomery College and its academic partners
        • Private Sources
    • Endorsements for the Life Science and Technology Park at Germantown
      • Government
        • Montgomery County
        • State of Maryland
      • Community
        • Committee for Montgomery County
        • Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce
        • Germantown Alliance
        • MdBio
        • Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce
        • Tech Council of Maryland
        • Upcounty Citizens Advisory Board
    • How it all fits together
      • Interaction and sharing of knowledge between business people, scientists, faculty, students and the community
      • Generation and maintenance of a relevant workforce in biotechnology and information technology
      • An education continuum and support system for people and companies at any stage in their career or business
      • Enhanced economic development and tax base
    • Outcomes – The Vision for the Life Science and Technology Park at the Germantown Campus of Montgomery College
      • A successful Life Science and Technology Park
        • Over 4000 new jobs created
        • $ 2.0 million annual tax return to the County
      • Well trained and educated workforce for Bioscience and Information Technology Industry
      • Educational opportunities meet industry, student and community needs
    • Conclusion
      • The park design will encourage the integration of industry and academia with the support of the state and local government
      • Planning, partnership and flexibility are key elements critical to success
    • A thank you to some of the key players
      • Dr. Charlene Nunley President and leader of Montgomery College
      • Dr. Hercules Pinkney Vice President Germantown Campus
      • Dean Kathy Michaelin
      • Ms. Andrea Edelstein Business Development
      • Mr. Steven Poteat
      • Mr. Jerry Feigen
      • The honorable Douglas M. Duncan Montgomery County Executive
      • Mr. David Edgerly Economic Development Montgomery County
      • The Montgomery County Council
    • Thank you!
      • Dr. Collins Jones
      • Biotechnology Coordinator
      • Montgomery College
      • Germantown, MD
      • 301-353-1910
      • [email_address]