Galderma $22M Fort Worth research center to shrink job market poresGalderma $22M Fort Worth research center to shrink job market poreshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=110132015-10-30T05:00:00Z2015-10-30T18:00:00Z

​​​​​FORT WORTH - Galderma Laboratories, which makes dermatological pharmaceuticals, confirmed that the company will expand in Fort Worth with a $22 million research and development center.

In July, the City Council approved a ten-year, $635,000 tax incentive for Galderma.

Galderma, founded in Fort Worth in 1961, is building a 100,000-sf expansion adjacent to its headquarters at the northeast corner of Texas Longhorn Way and Heritage Pkwy., on the west side of I-35W just north of Alliance Airport. 

The company currently employs 300 workers in Fort Worth, but the expansion will add as many as 350 positions, the company has said.

The research and development center will conduct clinical research and hire life sciences professionals including research associates, physicians and biologists.

The building should be completed and open in 2017.

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