Organogenesis Gets $7.4M State Grant

Xconomy Boston — 

The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, the agency that manages state investments in the life sciences sector, says that it has awarded a two-year, $7.4 million grant to Organogenesis to support the firm’s expansion in the state. Organogenesis, a Canton, MA-based maker of living cell therapies for damaged tissues, has purchased two buildings in Canton and plans to grow its Massachusetts workforce from 220 today to 500 workers, according to the Life Sciences Center. The state initially committed to provide grants to support the company’s expansion in 2007.

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One response to “Organogenesis Gets $7.4M State Grant”

  1. John Stack says:

    This must have been part of Deval Patrick’s Biofund. I think there is more coming.