San Antonio Business Journal honors BioBridge Global CEO Linda Myers with Health Care Heroes award

San Antonio Business Journal honors BioBridge Global CEO Linda Myers with Health Care Heroes award Work on World Stem Cell Summit, transforming subsidiaries into global companies noted

SAN ANTONIO – We’re proud to announce that BioBridge Global CEO Linda Myers has been named one of the winners of the 2015 Health Care Heroes awards, given each year by the San Antonio Business Journal.

Myers was one of the winners in the category of Outstanding Health Care Executive – Nonhospital-Based.

BioBridge Global (BBG) board members Mike Kreager and John Feik submitted letters in support of Myers’ nomination, as did Dr. Steve Davis and Ann Stevens. Davis is a co-founder of San Antonio-based biomedical firm StemBioSys Inc.; and Stevens is president of BioMed SA, a nonprofit organization that supports the biomedical industry in our city.

“I am honored to have received this award and the support of the board,” Myers said. “It is through the efforts of the entire organization and our employees working toward our mission to save and enhance lives that we are at the forefront of the medical and regenerative medicine industries. I’d like to thank everyone at BioBridge Global who works diligently every day to help us improve the lives of those who are ill and injured. BioBridge Global serves patients and supports research opportunities through the continued collaborations with our biomedical community partners.”

Specific accomplishments that supported Myers’ nomination were helping to bring the World Stem Cell Summit to San Antonio in December 2014, her work in transforming BBG subsidiary QualTex Laboratories into an international leader in infectious disease testing and her vision to build BBG subsidiary GenCure into a major regenerative medicine resource.

The SABJ will honor the recipients at a reception on May 28 at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.

About BioBridge Global: BioBridge Global (BBG) is a San Antonio, Texas-based nonprofit corporation that offers diverse services through its subsidiaries – the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center, QualTex Laboratories, GenCure and the Blood & Tissue Center Foundation. BBG provides products and services in blood resource management, cellular therapy, donated umbilical cord blood and human tissue as well as testing of blood, plasma and tissue products for clients in the United States and worldwide. BBG is rooted in the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center, which has a proud history of serving the South Texas region and beyond for more than 40 years. BBG is committed to supporting groundbreaking research, addressing unmet clinical needs and enabling the development and commercialization of novel biotechnology products. Visit us at