The Skaggs School of Pharmacy in University of Montana’s College of Health Professions and Biological Sciences Launches The Translational Incubator Core to Enable Increased Tech Transfer of Science and Tech to Market
Transferring Science and Tech to Market
Until now, the road from scientific discovery to business success has often been a long, slow, bumpy highway, especially when the research starts out in a university laboratory.
The Skaggs School of Pharmacy in UM’s College of Health Professions and Biological Sciences http://www.health.umt.edu/schools/pharmacy/ is working to speed up that journey by establishing a technology transfer lab. The Translational Incubator Core would provide researchers with privately funded space and equipment separate from state- and grant-funded academic laboratories.
John Sullivan Jr, MD invites donors to join him in ensuring the Translational Incubator Core will be a success at moving UM science and technology into the Montana marketplace. Donors who invest $5,000 or more will become part of an exclusive group that will be recognized and kept current about research, intellectual property, patents, new companies and investment opportunities.
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