Stephanie Chandler Plays Pivotal Role in San Antonio Medical Foundation's Collaborative Research Grant Fund


These two teams are each receiving $150,000 to assist in the collaborative approach to expand the city’s healthcare and bioscience sector. The first team, consisting of scientists from Southwest Research Institute, the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, and the US Arm Institute for Surgical Research at Fort Sam Houston are using their money to develop a new approach of using regenerative medicine to treat chronic, non-healing wounds. Team two, comprised of researchers from the San Antonio Military Medical Center at Fort Sam Houston, the Health Science Center and Trinity University, will be using the money towards research on the effects of maternal obesity and diabetes on the infantile body.

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Stephanie’s practice emphasizes securities transactions, reporting and compliance; mergers and acquisitions; technology licensing and commercialization, and general corporate work. She assists clients with the formation of organizations, public and private offering of securities, governance issues and shareholder proxy contests, as well as Securities Act and Exchange Act compliance matters. Her clients include startup companies commercializing innovations in information technology and biotechnology, private investors and private equity and venture capital firms, and large privately held and publicly traded companies. Industries she serves include biotech and life sciences, oil and gas, software, cloud & cybersecurity, energy trading, transportation and logistics, and construction.


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