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Add Valuable Medical Technologies to Your Product Pipeline
Our Center for Technology Innovation & Commercialization accelerates the development of medical technologies from the best minds from a leading academic research center. Discover how we go beyond traditional tech transfer to advance technologies with the potential to be market-changing innovations.
Discover Solutions to Your Most Difficult Preclinical Problems
Access the preclinical expertise, resources and capabilities of a major academic research institution, while experiencing study management that meets industry standards. Our Center for Industry Investigation Collaboration will assemble rock-star research teams and the right resources to produce world-class preclinical solutions for your thorniest research problems.
Access Our Experts and Capabilities to Conduct Clinical Trials
Conduct your clinical trial at a top-ranked hospital with a history of excellence in major therapeutic areas like aging and Alzheimer’s disease, cardiovascular disease and pediatrics, among others. Let our study management group pair you with the right researchers, clinicians, resources and facilities to make your clinical trial a success.
Offer Your Investigation Expertise and Resources to Industry
Use your unique expertise and resources to participate in industry-sponsored preclinical or clinical research. Partner with the Center for Industry Investigation Collaboration to simplify the process of collaborating with industry and explore the opportunities that these studies open for your research.
Explore Options for Developing Your Novel Technology
Share your ideas for new medical technologies and explore the possibilities for commercializing them. The Center for Technology Innovation & Commercialization is your resource for navigating the process of developing, protecting and licensing your novel technology.
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