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Introductory live webinar with the Israeli Innovation Authority - talk with our experts

Date

26/06/2019
Time:
15:00
-
16:00

Time Zone

Israel
02/06/2019 - 24/06/2019

Target Audience

Sector

BioTechnology
Life Sciences
Medical Devices
Pharmaceuticals

About the Event

  • The Israel Innovation Authrity is holding a live introductory webinar session with NIH experts, in which NIH will provide useful information on their operation and ways of collaboration. The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) is the largest science and medical research institute in the world. NIH’s more than 100 technology transfer professionals help hundreds of researchers – from basic to translational to clinical – patent their discoveries and license them to companies so they progress towards the marketplace. Translational and clinical innovators across 27 Institutes and Centers cover nearly every disease and disorder imaginable – and marketable. From drug development, devices, diagnostics, wearable and digital health solutions, and the largest clinical center in the world – where >1000 trials run concurrently – NIH provides clinical validation studies of first-in-human medical solutions. 

Come and learn how NIH’s technology transfer offices establishe themselves as open for business – as one of the go-to places for the healthcare industry to work with thought-leaders, overcome technology or knowledge gaps and get their products to market.

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Meeting number (access code):
735 666 104
 
Meeting password: bFChe4P?  

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Agenda

15:00 - 16:00

Brief overview & collaboration opportunities for Israeli SMEs

The Overview will include a 45 minute presentation and 15 minutes for Q&A

Introduction to NIH as a technology development and commercialization partner

Value-added to SMEs by working with NIH - Includeing industry-favorable terms making SMEs attractive to early-stage equity investors

Case studies of products co-developed with NIH

Special licensing opportunities for SMEs

Introduction to 3 of NIH's leading institutes

Possibilities for collaborative R&D with NIH institutes/researchers

Registration

The registration to this event is closed

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