XLerateHealth Partners With U-M to Bring Biomedical Commercialization Program to Flint

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FLINT – XLerateHealth, a Louisville, KY-based healthcare startup accelerator, has partnered with the University of Michigan to bring its Fast Forward Medical Innovation’s fastPACE biomedical entrepreneur program to XLH Flint.

FFMI fastPACE is a four-week biomedical innovation and commercialization project-based course designed for life science innovators with an early stage project. More than 250 project teams and 500 team members have graduated from the fastPACE course and used their experience to secure upwards of $20 million in follow-on funding.

Applications for Winter 2020 are open and the course will kick off on February 13th at the Ferris Wheel Building in Flint.