Biosciences

From Healthcare to Human Sciences to Aeromedical Research

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The Dayton region is an epicenter in the biosciences industry. From healthcare to human sciences to aeromedical research, our biosciences cluster is globally competitive for reaching customers and partnering with suppliers.

Our region is home to the Air Force’s first aeromedical laboratory, founded at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The USAF School of Aerospace Medicine is joined by 35 regional hospitals, elite medical schools, training facilities, and human-science focused businesses. When tied with the outstanding manufacturing and IT clusters of our region, the opportunity to partner on innovations across industries is unparalleled.

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Wright State University’s Boonshoft School of Medicine is home to one the region’s many Bioscience’s programs.

If you are interested in the dayton region

Consider why we are a biosciences epicenter:

Access

Healthcare and Biosciences is perhaps the fastest growing industry in Dayton. This is due to an attractive cost of living index for Dayton, which keeps overhead low and profits high. Coupled with our incredible university system, the Dayton region is poised to remain a leader for years to come.

Opportunity

The BioSciences are growing – FAST

The Dayton region has experienced a

13%

growth rate in the industry.

Compared to a national average of

5.2%

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CareSource, a leader in healthcare and medical technologies, is one of the Dayton region’s top employers, and located right downtown.

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Research & Development

Investment in the future

An Investment of

$271 Million

in human effectiveness research is directed through the

Air Force Research Laboratory Headquarters
at
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.