Librarians’ expertise in guiding you to library resources provides a competitive edge to academic entrepreneurs and their teams. Gold mines of information, library resources are sometimes underutilized due to their complexity. Properly used, library resources can be the difference between hitting and missing the needs of a massive market.Read more
An Investigational New Drug (IND) application is submitted to the FDA to request authorization from the FDA to administer an investigational drug to humans. First time submitters may especially find this time challenging. Learn tips from an expert to help guide you through this process.Read more
Academic faculty with an interest in entrepreneurship are required to successfully navigate a university promotion process in order to retain their position. This additional layer of complexity can appear daunting, but if managed properly, can be much less stressful.Read more
The process of developing a new therapeutic is long, expensive, and risky. One option to efficiently and relatively inexpensively improve investor and investigator confidence in a pre-clinical therapeutic is to perform clinical trials in outbred dogs.
An academic partnership with a commercial entity, when done correctly, can be mutually beneficial and benefit society by bringing excellent science to market at scale. This article’s intention is to give helpful tips to academics seeking partnerships or collaborations with corporations.Read more
We teach doctors how to think clinically about treating our patients. Why can’t we also teach doctors how to critically think about invention?Read more
Every academic researcher is an entrepreneur of sorts. The entire process of setting up a research lab, identifying problems to study, managing a team, and obtaining funding is, at its core, a very entrepreneurial endeavor. So what is “Academic Entrepreneurship”?Read more