Exercise of Translation
May 22, 2019 | 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Emory School of Medicine Room #153A
Our panel of experts will discuss the steps university healthcare technology go through while licensing to a company or building a start-up. Join the discussion to ask questions and learn the mechanics to successfully translate technologies out of academia.
Terry Bray, PhD, Director of Technology Licensing at Georgia Tech Research Corporation
Kevin Lei, MBA, Director, Faculty and Start-up Services at Emory University Office of Technology Transfer
Jeff Stelzer, JD, Director, Conflict of Interest Management at Georgia Tech
Visit https://bme.gatech.edu/bme/ctp-events for additional information on this event or the full Health Innovation Commercialization Series.
Join us on May 22nd at the Emory School of Medicine to learn the mechanics to successfully translate technologies out of academia. Our panel of experts will discuss the steps university healthcare technology go through while licensing to a company or building a start-up. This panel conversation will review the dos and don'ts to consider during this process and answer audience questions.
This event is the ninth session in The Health Innovation Commercialization Series which was created to provide commercialization guidance to the university research community. Series topics include how to take your technology from the lab to commercial success and explore market opportunities surrounding entrepreneurial and innovative ideas.
Location: Emory School of Medicine (Room #153A) 100 Woodruff Circle, Atlanta, GA 30322
Parking: Visitor parking is available at the Michael Street Parking Deck at 550 Houston Mill Road, Atlanta, GA 30329. Once on Houston Mill Road, take the first left onto Rollins Way and continue towards the blue banner for Visitor Parking. After parking, take the Pedestrian Bridge over the railroad tracks and The James B Williams School of Medicine Building will be the 2nd building on your left.
Who Should Attend?
Events are open to entrepreneurs in the life sciences, GA CTSA, Georgia Tech and Emory University faculty, staff, graduate students, post-doc, residents and fellows.
Where can I find information about the entire Health Innovation Commercialization Series?
For details and registration links for all events in the series, visit https://bme.gatech.edu/bme/ctp-events.
Will the session be recorded?
Registered attendees will receive a link to view the recording after the session.