WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., Nov. 29 Kent Riddle, Director ProductDevelopment, for Device Partners International has been tapped by theBiotechnology Center to head development initiatives within the MedicalBiodevice Sector. The goal of this organization is to develop, guide andsupport the growth of bioscience in North Carolina.
"I am excited to have been selected to serve as part of this importantgroup," says Riddle. "DPI is at the forefront of the medical device industry,and I feel certain that our expertise and experience will prove to be avaluable tool as North Carolina continues to focus on the importance ofbiotechnology."
The Biotechnology Center is a private, non-profit corporation supported bythe North Carolina General Assembly. Its mission is to provide long-termeconomic and societal benefits to North Carolina by supporting biotechnologyresearch, business and education statewide.
Device Partners International, with headquarters in Winston-Salem NC, is arespected provider of innovative medical devices across a number ofspecialties. The company has offices in New York, California, and Barcelona,Spain.
SOURCE Device Partners International