UL’s research center in New Iberia continues to expand by adding biomedical jobs.
KLFY anchor Jeff Horchak has more in a story you will only see on 10.
Since the mid 1980’s, the UL research center in New Iberia has been engaged in biomedical research.
There are a number of moving parts that make this research center go. Dr. Francois Villinger explains.
“Developing new drugs and therapy’s to go to different clinics.”
Crown bio science recently located to New Iberia which produced some high paying jobs.
“Invested 2 million in doing primate work in New Iberia. Created 20 jobs with an average salary of 70k
Dr. Villinger says more jobs will be coming because of the addition of new technology.
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