Posts Tagged ‘TTBD’

2017 Biomedical Innovation Program Drug Discovery awards announced

Two drug discovery projects have been named recipients of the 2017 Biomedical Innovation Program awards. The awards program is a collaboration of the Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Institute, OHSU Technology Transfer & Business Development, and the Knight Cancer Institute. The awards provide funds, project management, and mentorship to facilitate the development of innovative technologies at OHSU and accelerate their translation to the marketplace. This track of funding supports drug discovery platforms and early stage … Read More

OHSU Commercialization Conference, Sept. 14

The signature conference of OHSU Technology Transfer and Business Development connects OHSU innovators, industry partners, investors, and community collaborators. The day includes startup pitches, insights from industry thought leaders, and successful collaboration stories. In the first panel of the 2017 Commercialization Conference, Brian Druker, M.D., and four industry leaders will discuss breakthroughs that are transforming healthcare. Harry Glorkian from GE Ventures will moderate the panel that includes Druker, Brian Lawrence from global technology company Welch … Read More

Technology Transfer and Business Development—satisfaction survey open until March 31

You’re invited to give your feedback on OHSU’s Technology Transfer and Business Development. The team serves as a resource for innovative and entrepreneurial thinking at OHSU, supporting the university through intellectual property protection, the formation of startup companies, facilitating industry collaborations, and promoting strategic partnerships. Technology Transfer and Business Development  satisfaction survey.  Complete the survey by March 31 at 3 p.m. Technology Transfer and Business Development’s goal is to ensure that OHSU innovations are developed into … Read More

TTBD Innovator Spotlight: Bill Rooney, Ph.D.

In the coming year, patent-pending imaging software developed by OHSU scientists will be used to validate, for the first time in humans, a new imaging approach to map brain metabolism at high spatial resolution and determine if metabolic deficits are common in individuals with progressive multiple sclerosis. Part of what makes translation of this study to the human brain possible is the new software, which was developed by a team led by Bill Rooney, Ph.D., professor … Read More

Vaccine technology developed by OHSU researchers acquired by industry

OHSU researchers made international headlines in 2013 when they published findings that their HIV vaccine not only controlled SIV, the nonhuman primate form of HIV, but cleared it in nearly 60 percent of the monkeys in the trial. The HIV vaccine—developed by of a team of scientists at the OHSU Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute that includes Jay Nelson, Ph.D.; Klaus Frueh, Ph.D.; Scott Hansen, Ph.D.; and Louis J. Picker, M.D.—has shown such promise in … Read More

Nominate an OHSU colleague for Impact Awards: deadlines Jan. 1 and Jan. 16

Nominations for Impact Awards are being accepted now. You may nominate OHSU individuals or teams who are using innovative approaches to generate positive social or environmental change. Each year at the Elevating Impact Summit, PSU presents the awards to people behind breakthrough innovations. Teams can be an entire organization, a unit within an organization, or a less formal affiliation working together to achieve a similar goal. The 2017 Summit will be held on Feb. 13. Health Innovation … Read More

2017 ICOregon Innovation Showcase registration open

OHSU builds collaborations and resources that help investigators translate research innovations into medical products and services. This is one of the ways we improve human health and wellness. Faculty, students, and the public are invited to attend the 2017 ICOregon Innovation Showcase to learn more about available resources that help make this translation happen. The event will bring together Oregon’s four major research universities, industry, and government to demonstrate how our universities are a driving force in the Oregon … Read More

Data Jamboree panel presentation: Sharing data & software securely, Nov. 4

Technology Transfer & Business Development and the Data Jamboree are co-hosting a panel presentation and round-table discussion on sharing and securing data and software through open source and creative commons licensing. Learn about the importance of securing rights, as well the ways in which data and software can be licensed to meet researcher and community goals. Panelists include: • Tammy Buist, VP and Chief Business Development Officer, Seattle’s Cancer Research & Biostatistics Institute • Brad … Read More

Biomedical Innovation Program – moving innovations to market

For research scientists whose technical innovations have the potential to improve patient care, OHSU created the Biomedical Innovation Program. For four years now, BIP has been providing expertise and resources to steward innovations from the laboratory to clinical application through the process of commercialization. The program is a joint effort between Technology Transfer and Business Development and the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute. To mark this occasion, the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute sat down … Read More

Jan. 1: New F&A rates for non-clinical, industry-sponsored research

OHSU’s Facilities and Administrative rate for industry-sponsored research agreements will increase by 3%, effective January 1, 2017. The new rate will not apply to industry-sponsored clinical trials, federal awards such as SBIR/STTR awards, or ONPRC industry-sponsored agreements, but it will apply to all other industry-sponsored agreements entered into by Technology Transfer and Business Development on or after January 1, 2017. All currently funded projects will remain fixed at their awarded rate unless additional funding is … Read More

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