The Lansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP) aims to improve economic prosperity in the Ingham, Clinton, and Eaton county areas by helping to grow and highlight local businesses. In a recent video, the organization highlighted innovation in life sciences research taking place in Lansing, featuring Michigan State University, Sparrow Hospital, and Niowave.
Dr. Kurt Zinn, associate director and investigator at the Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering (IQ), is featured in the video representing IQ and MSU. Dr. James Herman, Cancer Center Director at Sparrow Herbert-Herman Cancer Center and Mike Zamiara, Chief Financial Officer of Niowave are also featured.
Watch the video to hear from them about how Lansing is perfectly positioned to become an international focal point for cutting-edge medical research, providing the MedTech field with the unique advantage of having pharmaceutical companies, a world-class research institution, and a strong clinical base for trial phases working collaboratively in the same city.