Tom Thornton, who recently resigned under fire as the head of the Kansas Bioscience Authority, has taken a job with a business incubation group associated with the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, a spokesman for the hospital system said today.
“He’s been here all week,” said Brian Kolonick, spokesman for Cleveland Clinic. He said Thornton is working in the hospital system’s Innovations division and his primary responsibilities involve working with entities seeking to commercialize new drugs and medical treatments.
Thornton resigned from the Kansas Biosciences Authority last week. At the time, authority officials said he had found another job, but would not reveal where he was going. Read More