George Mason University is ready to tackle the most pressing health and medical challenges facing society today. Equipped with its new Institute for Advanced Biomedical Research that opened earlier this year, George Mason now has its new home for biomedical innovation. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and George Mason University President Ángel Cabrera were at the facility’s opening and launch event earlier this year, and both echoed high hopes for the facility. Biomedical research and biotechnology play a vital role in improving the lives of our citizens and create opportunities that are vital for the new Virginia economy, said Governor McAuliffe. The $40 million, 75,000 sf Institute for Advanced Biomedical Research…