About ACC’S Bioscience Incubator
ACC has a long-term commitment to community economic success. ACC is organized to support industry and uses an entrepreneurial approach to drive business partnerships. Over the past several years, the ACC Biotechnology Program piloted biotech acceleration services with local start-ups. Companies utilized ACC interns and equipment, saving time and money during product development.
The ACC Bioscience Incubator aims to provide a fully equipped and affordable lab space to the Austin life science community. By establishing a permanent wet lab facility coupled with a business incubator, not only do we accelerate Central Texas’ biotechnology economy, but companies thrive and students gain valuable, hands-on workforce experience in an innovative and accessible space.
Director, ACC Bioscience Incubator
Coordinator, ACC Bioscience Incubator
Lisa McDonald, M.D.
Assistant Program Manager - Bioscience, Austin Technology Incubator
Executive Director of the Austin Technology Incubator and the Executive Director of Blackstone LaunchPad at The University of Texas at Austin
Gregory P. Pogue, Ph.D.
Interim Executive Director, Senior Research Scientist, IC2 Institute
Linnea Fletcher, Ph.D.
Department Chair, Professor
The Texas Global Health Security Innovation Consortium (TEXGHS) is a consortium between academia, public sector, and private sector partners to coordinate efforts to support companies working towards pandemic preparedness and response in Texas.
Organized by the Austin Technology Incubator at The University of Texas at Austin, TEXGHS is leading the creation and long-term growth of a health security innovation ecosystem that supports innovators and innovations fighting COVID-19 and future pandemics.