02 Nov 2018
Understanding IP management, when to commercialize and engage industry
Samuel Alexander Theatre, Samuel Alexander Building, The University of Manchester
Friday 2 November, 2018, 9am - 3pm
RPMN & BRC collaborative training event: Understanding IP management, when to commercialize and engage industry
This event will provide training and advice on how to understand and identify IP, through to realising the commercial impact of the products, processes or services from their research, how to engage with industry in this process and funding opportunities available.
Training is being delivered by TRUSTECH and UMIP in collaboration and focuses on outputs that are across the clinical-academic interface. Examples of successful working with industry in both academic and clinical settings and what funding may be available to support the involvement of industry in your research will be covered by the NIHR Clinical Research Network and the University of Manchester Business Engagement team.
Key learning outcomes:
- How to identify IP at an early stage
- Who to contact about its protection, development and translation
- How to work with industry to take your research to the next level
- What funding opportunities are available.
Lunch and refreshments are provided, please let us know of any dietary requirements.
This event is open to BRC affiliated staff and members of the RPMN, but places are limited to 100!
Password for registration: IP2018
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The NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre is hosted by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and The University of Manchester. In partnership with The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and is supported by Manchester Academic Health Science Centre driving research in Health Innovation Manchester.