Texas Life-Sciences Collaboration Center
In 2007, the city of Georgetown, Southwestern University, the Georgetown Chamber, and the Georgetown Independent School District came together to create a center where biotech entrepreneurs could share space in a collaborative environment. The idea for the center came from Dr. Kerry Oliver the CEO of a successful Georgetown pharmaceutical testing firm, Radix BioSolutions. Companies starting in or moving to the center have enjoyed ongoing support from these entities and community leaders and businesses.
In the ten years since it’s inception, Georgetown’s thriving life-science collaboration center has evolved into a center for established, successful companies in addition to those needing incubator space. Our strong healthcare sector includes St. David’s Georgetown Hospital and two behavioral health hospitals.