BRiDGE helps young start-ups thrive

The Bioengineering Research Initiative to Develop Global Entrepreneurs (BRiDGE) expands the resources available to bioengineering startup companies founded by Duke BME faculty, Ph.D. students, and alumni — and develops their entrepreneurial skills. It provides access to 2,000-square feet of lab and office space in The Chesterfield building, expert mentoring for company leaders, and an internship program for Duke Engineering students.

BRiDGE was made possible through a generous gift from Duke Engineering alumnus Alan L. Kaganov and matching funds from the Pratt School of Engineering and Duke BME.

Learn more and see what BRiDGE can do for you!