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BioTX Corridor Mixer: Linking Austin, San Antonio and in between

The Central/ South Texas region is primed to be the next bioscience hotspot in the US, with valuable resources all over Austin, San Antonio, and surrounding counties. We are excited to be taking the first steps toward this transformation by announcing the 2nd ever BioTX Corridor Mixer: Linking Austin, San Antonio, and the counties in between.

Join us on August 8th from 4:00-6:00 pm at the STAR Park labs in San Marcos, Texas to take part in this networking and knowledge event. We will be bringing together start-ups, established companies, technical support organizations and investors to hear from 2 entrepreneurs who have leveraged Central/South Texas resources to advance their companies.

Parking will be free, and refreshments will be available.

  • $15 members of BioMedSA, Texas Medical Device Alliance, BioAustinCTX, and Austin Medtech Connect
  • $25 non-members

Sponsorship options

  • $1000 premier sponsorship (logo recognition associated with the event advertising and signage; 5 tickets)
  • $500 sponsorship (logo recognition in event signage; 2 tickets)

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Local Events

Aug 8
4-6 PM

BioTX Corridor Mixer: Linking Austin, San Antonio and in between

Join us on August 8th from 4:00-6:00 pm at the STAR Park labs in San Marcos, Texas to take part in this networking and knowledge event. We will be bringing together start-ups, established companies, technical support organizations and investors to hear from 2 entrepreneurs who have leveraged Central/South Texas resources to advance their companies.

Aug 12
6 PM

Rosefest 2023

At our December BioBash, Casey McPherson shared with us about his foundation, To Cure a Rose, where he has partnered with Central Texas bioscience communities to find a cure for rare genetic diseases. This amazing festival is bringing together some of the biggest names in Texas music, including Cory Morrow, Alpha Rev, and Broken Arrow, and other special guests at Buck’s Backyard! A once in a lifetime experience of rock, country, and folk in one show and only 27min from downtown Austin, Texas. 

All proceeds from the concert and auction will go to support the To Cure a Rose Foundation, which is dedicated to finding new treatments for children with rare genetic diseases. So come on out, enjoy some great music, and help make a difference in the lives of kids who need it most!

Aug 29
8:30-10 AM

Austin Roundtable Breakfast – Improv Skills for Business

Who on your team would benefit from learning how to communicate better through improv? Business-focused improv training can help your team members strengthen and streamline communication, improve listening skills, and develop tools centered around thinking outside the box and staying present in the moment. 

Coldtowne Theatre is sharing their tailor-made experience for the ATC community that will shake up your daily routine by teaching valuable skills to help you enhance business operations and more assuredly navigate the changing market, all while cultivating a morale-boosting sense of community. 

Aug 31
10 AM

ACC Bioscience Incubator: Check it out!

Come see what the ACC Bioscience Incubator (ABI) has to offer to biotech startups. On Aug 31, ABI will host a webinar where Nancy Lyon, the Director, will share with you all that you need to know about how ABI can help your company reach its next level including: leasing space at ABI, what types of equipment and instrumentation is available, and how to apply.

Sept 7
5:30 – 9 PM

2023 BioMedSA Award for Innovation in Healthcare & Bioscience

The BioMedSA Award for Innovation in Healthcare and Bioscience celebrates local and national innovators in the healthcare and bioscience industry, including patient care, education, research and development, leadership, public policy and medical technology.

In 2023, the Innovation Award will be presented at a formal dinner in San Antonio, where healthcare and bioscience industry leaders can come together to celebrate healthcare innovation. The dinner will highlight and contribute to the collaborative spirit of the life science industry in San Antonio. Old associations will be rekindled in person and new relationships formed as industry leaders interact during the social hour preceding the dinner and the networking time after the dinner.

Sept 13
5:30 – 7 PM

ATC Fall Happy Hour

In conjunction with the UCX USA Future of Work and Customer Tech Conference, we are hosting a fun happy hour.  For those who want to stay for dinner, the UCX USA exhibit hall will open at 7:00 and the ATC Community is invited to stay and enjoy dinner and the exhibits. 

Save the date. More information coming soon.

Sept 28-29
All Day

iC³ Life Science Summit

Save the date! Please join BioNTX and network with us and the bioscience and healthcare innovation community. Texas industry leaders discuss business strategies, and the broad spectrum of Texas bioscience research in our growing ecosystem.

Oct 25 – 26
All Day

Project Medtech Startup Symposium

Early stage Medtech companies are expected to navigate the complex process of bringing an idea into reality, but very seldom do they have the expertise, experience, or resources to ensure success.

If you are founder faced with this dilemma, this is for you.

Project Medtech and our Network of industry thought leaders have organized an interactive event to help founders build a successful medical technology company.

Webinars & Virtual Events

Aug 2
10-11 AM

Webinar: The Chemical Characterization Puzzle: Is There a Solution?

Join NAMSA experts as they discuss the top chemical characterization challenges for today and how to address them. They will highlight many of the items that are seen in regulatory responses, both in the US and also from global agencies around the world.

Attendees can expect to walk away with a better understanding of designing material or chemical characterization studies with the best approach to generating data for global agencies, how device manufacturers can work with a laboratory to provide information, ensuring the best results for a study and identifying unknowns.

Aug 8
3-4 PM

WIB-National: Women Impacting STEM – Diversity in Careers in the Life Sciences

Are you a recent graduate embarking on an exciting journey in the world of life sciences? Or perhaps you’re an experienced professional seeking a mid-career change that aligns with your passion? Whether you’re determined to forge ahead on your current path or simply eager to explore the vast opportunities within the life sciences, we have an incredible event tailored just for you. Join us for this inspiring National Women In Bio Webinar featuring women making an impact in their fields. They’ll share their inspiring career journeys, revealing the invaluable insights and strategies they’ve acquired along the way.

Aug 24
10-11 AM

Webinar: Infectious Disease Diagnostic Devices: The Move to at Home Testing and Treatment (Panel Discussion)

Join NAMSA as we discuss the future of at-home diagnostic testing with our panel of infectious disease experts. Our team will draw on their experience working for or with infectious disease industry leaders to pack up the following boxes:

  • Box 1: Looking at our past, would past pandemics have benefited from at home tests? What have we learned from COVID-19 that could be applied to this move?
  • Box 2: What must be packed up to support the “Big Move?” User environment, testing accuracy, pivotal trial design and global regulatory requirements (at a minimum) must to be considered.
  • Box 3: Should Infectious Disease Diagnostics move out of the care setting and into the home, just because it can? Our panel will discuss the pros and cons of the big move

Local News

Fina Biosolutions Selects Scorpius BioManufacturing for Production of cGMP CRM197

Fina Biosolutions has selected Scorpius BioManufacturing, a Texas-based biologics contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), for the production of an E.coli-expressed CRM197 conjugate vaccine carrier protein.

Innovation Lab is hiring a Business Development Associate

The Business Development Associate will be responsible for commercialization of our portfolio products through acquisitions, licensing and partnerships. In this role, you will help the business develop and sustain the right relationships to commercialize our products that can create impact and help shape the future of care for providers and patients around the world. Our ideal candidate will combine healthcare or life sciences knowledge, with a sales/business development background.

Innovation Lab is hiring a Field Services Engineer

Field service on medical equipment at customer sites, some non-imaging, security whole body scanners, planned maintenance (PM) and installation of equipment, Growth opportunities include Diagnostic Imaging field service engineer servicing multi-vendor/multi-modality equipment in hospital and other environments. Focusing on c-arms, Digital Mobiles, x-ray systems and digital capture both DR and CR. Additional modalities to include CT, MRI, Ultrasound, and others. Position advancement possibilities will be available when appropriate.

BioNTX Job Board

Visit Bio North Texas job board for available job posting in the North Texas region.

Career Connections

We equip underserved jobseekers with 21st-century skills and connect them to Digital Marketing careers across the US. With a focus on underserved communities, we amplify the online presence of small businesses, while launching the careers of jobseekers.

The Global Medical Device Job Board

What if, there was a one-stop shop for candidates and companies looking for top medical device opportunities and talent, worldwide Increase your network with more than 150,000 medical device industry professionals to access exclusive top talent and list incredible jobs in the medical device industry. The job board will always be free to job seekers, and hiring companies will receive their first 90 days of unlimited job postings free.


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STEM Muse is a mentorship network and program that connects women in STEM higher education with professionals more advanced in their careers to provide direct, personalized support as these women consider their career paths and transition from academics to the workforce. They’re recruiting mentors for their upcoming program cycle (many mentees have indicated that they want to be matched with industry mentor) and would very much appreciate your participation.
Who: Mentors are professionals (not just women) in STEM jobs or with STEM educational backgrounds, mentees are women and people with underrepresented genders in STEM fields– primarily undergraduate and graduate students– at UT Austin and Austin Community College
What: 6 month long mentorship program including materials & reminders to guide your experience beginning September 2023
When: Meetings 1x/mo. scheduled at your convenience
Where: In person or virtual: you do not need to be local to participate

BioAustinCTX Seeking Grant Writing Volunteers

BioAustinCTX is seeking volunteers to assist with Grant Writing:
• Determines grant proposal concept by identifying and clarifying opportunities and needs, studying requests for grant proposals (RFPs), and attending strategy meetings.
• Prepares grant proposals by determining concept, gathering and formatting information, writing drafts, and finalizing.
• Supported by the BioAustinCTX Board

BioAustinCTX Seeking Volunteers

BioAustinCTX is seeking help with our PR/comms/marketing strategy as our content will increase in 2022. Please complete our volunteer form and indicate what areas you are interested in volunteering in.

Austin Chamber Talent Ambassador program 

We partner with nearby businesses who offer learning opportunities (guest speakers, internships, apprenticeships, etc.), and connect them to local schools, post-secondary institutions, and those facing barriers to employment.


We are seeking volunteers to help collect and compile data to map the healthcare landscape in Austin. If interested, please fill our volunteer form.



With warm regards,
Cathy Diehl, Gretchen Upton, Hector Torres, Hilary Graham, Joe Skraba, Kristin Whitson, Lance Anderson, Mea Amor, Ryan Baird, Scott Collins, and Tim Sullivan, on behalf of BioAustinCTX and Texas Medical Device Alliance (TMDA).