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Working at the University-Industry Interface: Effective Strategies for Active Researchers

11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
McDonnell Medical Sciences Building - Erlanger Auditorium
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A new seven-part webseries, from the University-Industry Development ​Partnership (UIDP), will provide a unique look at how to create better research partnerships between corporations and universities. This series focuses on the relationship between the researcher and the industry partner, and is recommended for: faculty researchers, research center directors, administration from the offices of research, professionals working with sponsored projects, tech transfer officers, and those who cultivate, negotiate, or manage industry partnerships.

Jennifer Silva, MD, and Vijay Ramani, PhD, WashU’s Faculty Fellows in Entrepreneurship, will be attending select sessions to answer your questions.

Each pre-recorded session will be available in-person at the locations listed below, or on-demand via Learn@Work.

Session 7: Benefiting from University-Industry Collaborations with Government Engagement
Thursday, May 17, 2018
11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
McDonnell Medical Sciences Building
Erlanger Auditorium

Speakers
Theresa Mayer, Vice President for Research and Innovation, Virginia Tech
Chris Ramming, Research Manager, VMware

  • Companies partnering with universities to leverage federal funds for corporate investments
  • Increasing emphasis of government agencies to show relevance to their R&D portfolios
  • Differences among state and federal programs​

Register for Session 7