Metro Atlanta’s standing in public health and medical research has grown by another notch. A highly regarded brain researcher has agreed to serve as the founding director of a new institute at Georgia State University, in addition to assuming appointments at Georgia Tech and Emory University.
By Maria Saporta Russell Allen, the president and CEO of Georgia Bio, was selected Thursday morning as the new president and CEO of the Georgia Research Alliance. Allen will succeed Michael Cassidy, who has been with GRA for 25 years and served as its president and CEO since 2000. The board of the Georgia Research […]
As published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on Jan. 26, 2018
Mike Cassidy, president and CEO of the Georgia Research Alliancesince 2000, will be stepping down by the end of the year.
The Georgia Research Alliance with its high-powered public-private board has led the state’s technology and innovation efforts since its founding in 1990. Cassidy joined the organization in 1993 as its fourth staff member.