Downtown Health Plaza
The Downtown Health Plaza, an outpatient clinic of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, is designed to meet the needs of a growing, increasingly diverse population. The 47,600-square-foot medical facility, located at 1200 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, serves all Forsyth County residents and surrounding communities, providing access to care not available to many otherwise.
North Carolina BioNetwork Pharmaceutical Center
Designated by the North Carolina Community College System as one of only five centers in the state, this Center is a joint collaboration with Forsyth Technical Community College and Guilford Technical Community College. The N.C. BioNetwork Pharmaceutical Center provides leadership to improve the quality of learning, training and services for biomanufacturing, pharmaceutical and biotechnology clusters.
North Carolina Biotechnology Center, NC Triad Office
The Piedmont Triad Regional office of the North Carolina Biotechnology Center facilitates partnerships among government, business, and local colleges and universities to advance biotech development.
NC Department of Commerce, Division of Community Assistance
The Division of Community Assistance assists local governments across the state with community development, economic development, smart growth management and downtown revitalization.
Neuroscience Research Institute of North Carolina
The Neuroscience Research Institute of North Carolina is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable corporation conducting NIH-funded research on brain functions, alcoholism, Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia and pain regulations.
WSSU Biomedical Research Infrastructure Center
The Biomedical Research Infrastructure Center of Winston-Salem State University is an interdisciplinary research center that focuses on innovative biomedical/behavioral research programs aimed at eliminating health disparities as they relate to cardiovascular diseases, HIV/AIDS, drug addiction, cancer, diabetes, obesity and the neurobiology of hypertension. Supported by the National Institutes of Health, the center serves as a major point of entry for underrepresented scientists in the biomedical research, providing a positive impact on faculty and students of WSSU. The center explores partnership and business development opportunities from the neighboring biomedical science companies at Innovation Quarter.