Humimic and three other Upstate companies – Poly-Med, Tactical Medical Solutions and Global Transplant Solutions – are representing South Carolina’s life science induastry at the Arab Health medical conference.
The New York Timesrecently reported on healthcare training programs from the Upstate, calling out the Greenville Health Care Simulation Center, which is used by the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Greenville and Clemson University School of Nursing.
Reflecting on the wins, announcements and fresh ideas implemented in 2018, we’ve found eight ways the Upstate is positioning for continued economic success.
Hundreds of industry executives from medical technology, device and diagnostic companies will gather this week in Greenville for the Southeastern Medical Device Association (SEMDA) 2018 MedTech Conference.
These collaborative initiatives will position our region for continued growth in 2018 and beyond.
Profile of Brittney Wells, senior chemist with Greenwood County’s Capsugel, for 2017 South Carolina Industry Appreciation and International Economic Development Week.