Brad Larmey, with his wealth of experience in life sciences, has been appointed as the CEO of University Enterprise Labs, a nonprofit incubator located in St. Paul. The announcement was made on April 2, 2024. Larmey will be responsible for overseeing operations, investment strategy, programs and partnerships for the 150,000 square foot facility.

Barbara Nelsen, Chair of the UEL Board expressed her excitement that Larmey is leading University Enterprise Labs into its next phase. Nelsen outlined the organization’s ambitious goals to foster the next generation of life science companies in Minnesota and support economic growth in the Twin Cities. University Enterprise Labs has over 35 wet, dry and clinical laboratories for scientific research and development.

Larmey brings a wealth of experience from his previous roles at Children’s Minnesota, ChRi Laboratories and Novartis. With a degree in biological sciences, Larmey is excited to take University Enterprise Labs to the next level and contribute to Minnesota’s thriving life sciences ecosystem. He looks forward to working with startups and tenants to help them grow their businesses while advancing innovation in the industry.

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