OLSC announces business case winners

Guest Contributor
October 21, 2002

The first business case competition of the Ottawa Life Sciences Council (OLSC) has produced five winners. Each winner will be paired with a local entrepreneur who will help develop an effective business plan. The winners with their respective mentors in brackets are: Andy Adler, Univ of Ottawa (Adam Chowaniec, Tundra Semiconductor Corp); May Griffith, Univ of Ottawa Eye Institute (Joe Rouse, Gridiron Networks); Paul Lem and team, Univ of Toronto and Ottawa Hospital microbiology division (Jom Aw, Inno-centre Ottawa); Tony Durst and team, Univ of Ottawa (Rainer Engelhardt, Ottawa Biotechnology Incubation Centre); and, Xiang Lu (Kirk Mandy, Zarlink Semiconductor)

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