Jamie Grooms, CEO of the Florida Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research, provides a $1000 donation for "AxoGen Student Travel Fellowships".

Jamie Grooms, CEO of the Florida Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research, provides a $1000 donation for "AxoGen Student Travel Fellowships".

Mr. Grooms has 17 years of experience as a successful entrepreneur and has been involved with several startup companies serving as both an advisor and board of directors member. He has been a co-founder of two successful University of Florida spin-off companies, RTI Biologics and Axogen Inc. In addition to his executive management experience, Grooms has extensive experience in many areas of med-tech business operations, including R&D, laboratory and manufacturing operations. He has developed state-of-the-art medical processing and manufacturing systems, robotics and other technological innovations, and has held various leadership positions with LifeNet, Osteotech , and CryoLife . He holds a degree in biology from Old Dominion University.

The J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Florida is thankful to Mr. Grooms for his support!