Academic Campus Participants Announced
Researchers in the academic community have been answering the call to help the fight against COVID-19. Beyond drawing on faculty expertise, campus facilities, logistical assets, research labs, and campus leadership to provide just-in-time assistance, these institutions are engaged in clinical trials, drug development, disease tracking and rapid testing, leading to discoveries and therapeutic solutions beyond the pandemic.
The BIO Academic Campus attracts highly engaged universities, research institutions and hospitals from all over the world comprised of technology transfer officers, strategic relations directors, licensing managers, research fellows, faculty, and business development professionals working on projects just like these. The Academic Campus provides these groups with a high-visibility platform advance to their research and drug development agendas, fostering industry and university partnerships via BIO One-on-One Partnering.
Meet with these groups during BIO Digital:
- Georgetown University
- Houston Methodist Research Institute
- National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL)
- National Jewish Health
- Stanford Office of Technology Licensing
- The Salk Institute for Biological Studies
- The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- University of California System
- University of Florida
- University of Illinois at Chicago
- University of Massachusetts
- University of Michigan
- USC Stevens Center for Innovation
What are participants saying about BIO Digital?
“Count NIIMBL in! This will be a great opportunity to continue our presence at BIO under the current restrictions and limitations. Since we have experience with the partnering system, I’m confident we can still have productive interactions with prior contacts as well as new ones.”
- Chris Yochim, Head Of Business Development, National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL)
"Let the Partnering begin!"
- Janna C. Tom, Director, Research Policy Analysis and Coordination, Interim Executive Director, Knowledge Transfer Office, Office of Research and Graduate Studies, University of California, Office of the President