Webinar: Patient Data Licensing, Part 5: Q&A

In the final webinar in our Patient Data Licensing Series, we have 5 of our panelists from previous sessions in the series come back to answer your questions! They recap parts 1-3, address GDPR, and more! Watch the full series here: 1. What is the data? – January 2023: https://youtu.be/XQFWMnTzKZ82. What can we do with…

Webinar: Patient Data Licensing, Part 4 | Case Studies

Now that you’ve learned all about patient data (see links to the series below), listen to case studies on actual patient data agreement activities! Our guest panelists, Robin Rasor of Duke University and Nila Bhakuni of Baptist Health, will talk through a few cases they have worked on from their institutions. They will discuss the…

Webinar: The Art of Communicating Your Science and Startups

Join our panelists Otto Pohl of Core Communications and Lori Lennon of Thinkubator Media as they share their expertise. Otto discusses how to think about PR for your startup, from its strategy and purpose to creating a customer conversion funnel optimized to extract the maximum benefit of your media efforts. Questions answered in this session:…

Webinar: Patient Data Licensing, Part 2 | What can we do with the data?

Thank you for joining us for the second part in our Patient Data Licensing Series: What can we do with the data? The panelists, John Plummer of the Vanderbilt Medical Center and Gavin Foltz of Duke University, will review the transfer and protection of patient data via: • Clinical trial agreements • Non-clinical industry-nonprofit agreements…

Webinar: Patient Data Licensing Series, Part 1 | What is the Data?

Please join us for the first part of the Patient Data Licensing Series which focuses on the policies and procedures of data management, including what can be licensed. Our panelists, Nick Gruszauskas of the University of Chicago and David Peloquin of Ropes & Gray, will review: • The types of data and data definitions •…

Webinar: Funding and Equity in University Startups, Part 2 | Basics on Investors – from SBIRs to Strategics

Funding and Equity in University Startups: Basics on Investors – from SBIRs to StrategicsThe intended audience for this webinar is university startup founders, including future founders, and academic technology commercialization groups. Anurag Agarwal and Ajay Rayasam of OUP will review the Basics on Investors – from SBIRs to Strategics and cover the following areas: •…