The Insight Business Incubator works with entrepreneurs at early stages of the development of their ideas. These may be technologies that need financial support, management, basic or applied science, clinical research studies, patents, or other assistance.
Insight hosts a Clinical Research Organization, performing patient studies for Incubator clients, as well as studies that are contracted from established medical device or pharmaceutical firms.
To help serve incubator companies, we have an ever-expanding panel of collaborators and other contacts in finance, law, engineering, and manufacturing, as well as university faculty in a breadth of disciplines.
Together with our growing national and international network of collaborators, the overall goal of the Incubator is to support start-up and spin-out firms with a focus on growth in Flint and Genesee County.
Dr. Abeer Al-Gharaibeh attained a doctoral degree in medicine from Jordan University of Science and Technology and received a Ph.D. in neuroscience from Central Michigan University.
Her research focused on using induced pluripotent stem cells and neural progenitor cells as neuronal replacement therapy for neurodegenerative diseases. She also worked on studies using genetically modified stem cells for treatments of stroke and traumatic brain injury. Dr. Al-Gharaibeh is currently collaborating with Dr. Jawad Shah in conducting research studies focusing on neuromodulation as a treatment for spinal cord injury. She is also conducting studies to test solid lipid curcumin particles and nanoparticles as treatments for glioblastoma and neurodegenerative diseases.
Ali Madha earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. Since 2011, he has been a leader in all facets of Insight, from the largest projects to the smallest. He served as Insight’s Business Development Manager in 2013, and his management of the Negotiations and Appeals division for Insight’s medical billing has been the precursor to much of Insight’s recent years growth and expansion.
He is committed to giving back to the community by contributing to the growth of Genesee County. He has been involved directly with community-related projects throughout his tenure at Insight.
To learn more about the Insight Business Incubator, contact our office at (810) 275-9333 or fill out the form below.
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