As a follow up to the recently published report on Tech Transfer in Indiana: An Overview for the Life Sciences Industry, this Frameworx event highlights the technology transfer processes and approaches used by Indiana University, Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame.
Each university facilitates commercialization of research-driven innovation in its own unique way generating a substantial amount of economic activity for the state. In this session we’ll first hear from each university on their approach to commercialization:
- Brooke Beier, Ph.D. Vice President, Office of Technology Commercialization, Purdue Research Foundation
- Bryan Ritchie, Ph.D., MBA, Vice President and Cathy and John Martin Associate Provost for Innovation, University of Notre Dame
- Simran Trana, Associate Vice President, Innovation and Commercialization Office, Indiana University
Following their short presentations, Danielle Stealy McDowell, managing director of 1776 – a startup accelerator now part of 16Tech Innovation District, will share insights and moderate a panel of startups currently working at the universities.
- Roy Stillwell, NearWave
- Stewart Low, Novesteo, Inc.
- Kent Hawryluk, MBX Biosciences