OHSU’s Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute, Technology Transfer & Business Development, and Office of the Senior Vice President for Research have announced a funding opportunity to support device, diagnostic, and software development efforts at OHSU.
The Biomedical Innovation Program: Device, Diagnostic, and Software Development track is a funding mechanism designed to move innovative technologies from the bench to the bedside through technology development and commercialization.
The current RFA can be found here.
Letters of intent are due on September 19, 2017.
- Up to $40,000 in funding
- Project management and hands-on support from BIP staff
- Access to project-specific mentors and experts