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OHSU Innovates 2022 Impact Report
The OHSU Innovates 2022 Impact Report provides a snapshot of the successes that come from innovative science, academic-industry collaborations and an infrastructure that stewards ideas to impact.
You’ll find numbers that show the impact of funding great ideas, and you’ll see profiles of some of the innovators and start-ups that demonstrate the change that innovation can bring. The report also shares services and resources we provide to help build a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem. Read the full report.
OHSU startup company announces initiation of a phase 1 clinical trial for the treatment for major depressive disorder
OHSU startup company, Autobahn Therapeutics, recently announced the initiation of its first phase 1 clinical trial of ABX-002 for major depressive disorder. The ABX-002 study drug is a brain-boosting thyroid receptor beta (TRβ) agonist, which has the potential to augment antidepressant treatments to improve patient responsiveness to these drugs. ABX-002 was designed and first synthesized and evaluated at OHSU by a team of researchers that included Tom Scanlan, Ph.D., Ben Emery, Ph.D., and Dennis Bourdette, M.D.
Read more about the initiation of the Phase 1 trial in the press release.
VIP Forum with Bristol Myers Squibb
Life Science Washington Institute will be hosting a Venture Investment & Partnering Forum on February 13 & 14 with Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS). There are two ways to participate in this event:
1) RSVP to the Plenary Session and Networking Reception (No cost to attend!)
2) Apply to meet with BMS representatives (deadline December 9)
BMS partners with companies with innovative technologies, products, and therapies that accelerate growth and advance patient care. BMS is looking to meet with companies and researchers in specific areas of focus to discuss potential collaborations, partnerships, investment, licensing opportunities, and M&A.
Learn more at the event webpage.
Innovative Technology Series – Casey Reading Center
The Casey Reading Center, which is part of the Casey Eye Institute, works with clinical partners and sponsors to help advance new treatments for patients with eye diseases. The Casey Reading Center uses innovative software developed at OHSU to provide customized and advanced ophthalmic research to its partners. Learn more about the center by visiting their website.
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