Market Research Lab
Market Research Lab is a search consultation service that leverages a competitive intelligence platform called Global Data Medical is available to all OHSU community members by appointment.
Biomedical Innovation Program
The Biomedical Innovation Program (BIP) accelerates the delivery of healthcare technologies from academia to the marketplace, thereby, improving human health. Two tracks of funding are available: Device, Diagnostic, & Software development; and Drug Discovery. This funding mechanism is offered by OCTRI in close collaboration with OHSU Collaborations and Entrepreneurship and OHSU Technology Transfer, and is open to all OHSU faculty and eligible employees. See more information about BIP.
Other OHSU resources
The Innovation Development and Entrepreneurship Acceleration (IDEA) Fund
The Innovation Development and Entrepreneurship Acceleration (IDEA) Fund provides funding for developing technologies, funding for OHSU startup companies, and innovation and commercialization educational programming support to help bridge the early-stage funding gap often experienced by innovators when moving through the commercialization process.
Proof-of-Concept Technology Support
To be used for proof-of-concept technology project support
Innovation and Commercialization Educational Support
To be used to support educational programming and events in support of innovation and commercialization efforts and benefiting the OHSU community
*Researchers interested in Proof-of-Concept Technology Support or Innovation and Commercialization Educational Support must contact the OHSU Technology Transfer and OHSU Collaborations and Entrepreneurship offices directly. If you want to be considered for funding, contact Andrew Watson, senior director of Technology Transfer, and Aditi Martin, senior director of Collaborations and Entrepreneurship, with your idea.
OHSU Startup Company Support
- To be used as seed funds and SBIR/STTR matching funds for OHSU startups
Startup support is open to companies whose formation was dependent on the licensing of OHSU’s technology. These startups can apply for funding under 2 options: 1) up to $15,000 in seed funding for new startups 2) up to $15,000 in SBIR or STTR grant matching support for each award received.
*OHSU Startups interested in startup support have a separate application process they must follow. To apply, submit the application form and all required materials to email@example.com. There are no deadlines for submission.
*Please direct all Startup Company Support questions to Lisa Lukaesko, alliance manager of New Ventures.