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2022 Research and Innovation Awards
Congratulations to the OHSU members recognized in the 2022 Research and Innovation Awards program, which highlights those in our community who have been successful in building new partnerships and innovations over the past year. This includes recognition of those who have received patents, participated in industry-sponsored research and successfully had their inventions licensed for commercialization. In addition, five OHSU members are honored for their significant contributions to innovation and entrepreneurship this year. Read the full 2022 Research and Innovation Awards program.
BIP Corp’s 2022 Fall cohort is open for enrollment
This 5-week I-Corps short course provides biomedical scientists, clinician scientists, and engineers with a new approach to accelerate the translation of discoveries from lab to clinical practice. Based on the National Science Foundation's Innovation Corps (I-CorpsTM) program, the premiere federally-funded innovation and commercialization training in the U.S., BIP Corp is an evidence-based experience that will take you out of your comfort zone to connect with potential customers and provide you with a competitive business case for future funding, partnership and translational science opportunities.
Sept 21 to Oct 26, 2022 (Virtual - cohort)
BIP Corp Fact Sheet & course schedule
Contact Melissa Mudd for more information: email@example.com
OBI Lunch & Learn: Creating Equity Every Day
Organized by Oregon Bioscience Incubator and OTRADI, and sponsored by OHSU, this highly interactive session, led by Jackie Wirz, will guide you through exercises that create actionable steps that build equity into your daily work. Examining DEI from a personal, workplace, and community lens, you will walk away with tools that enhance your DEI knowledge and ideas you can put into practice. Register for more details.
When: August 25, 2022, 12-1 PM PDT
Where: Oregon Bioscience Incubator, 4640 S Macadam Ave., Suite 240, Portland, OR 97239
OHSU Startup Company GoCheck aims to improve early diagnosis of ophthalmic diseases
Oregon Health & Science University’s (OHSU) startup company, GoCheck, has a clear mission to protect kids from preventable vision impairment and blindness. Based on foundational technology from OHSU faculty member David Huang, M.D., Ph.D., the company’s product, GoCheck Kids, utilizes a phone-based screening platform to provide instant and affordable early eye screening.
View the video that tells the story of one family where the utilization of GoCheck Kids’ screening tool at a routine pediatric check-up led to the eventual diagnosis of the potentially fatal cancer, retinoblastoma. Read the full GoCheck company profile on OHSU Innovates to hear about the impact their screening tool is having on the lives of patients, and visit the GoCheck company website to learn more.