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No. 1 for new products

UGA leads in technology licensing

University of Georgia research Naola Ferguson-Noel

Industry Express

Program inks first licensing deal

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A corps of innovation

UGA has a big stake in entrepreneurial ambition

University of Georgia researchers Marc van Iersel and Erico Mattos

From idea to marketplace

Innovation Gateway helps turn research into commercial products

MOVING NEW TECHNOLOGIES TO THE MARKETPLACE

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  • UGA ranks No. 1 in U.S. for new products to market
    University again among top U.S. institutions for technology licensing The post UGA ranks No. 1 in U.S. for new products to market appeared first on UGA Research.
  • UGA’s Industry Express program inks first licensing deal
    (Photo by Amy Ware) By Michael Terrazas Industry Express, a recent initiative launched by the Office of Research’s Industry Engagement program, has signed its first deal with a company looking to license UGA research. ECO Animal Health, a drug-development company based in London, has signed a deal for just over $1 million to license research-related innovations... […]
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    UGA teaches aspiring entrepreneurs what it takes to start a business The post Learning the business appeared first on UGA Research.
  • A corps of innovation
    UGA has a big stake in entrepreneurial ambition The post A corps of innovation appeared first on UGA Research.
  • President’s Innovation District Task Force presents recommendations
    The report outlines a strategic vision and corresponding action steps to create a hub—or district—on campus to foster innovation, entrepreneurship, creativity and industry collaboration. The post President’s Innovation District Task Force presents recommendations appeared first on UGA Research.

Gateway Newsletter

  • Industry Express program inks first licensing deal

    ECO Animal Health, a drug-development company based in London, has signed a deal for just over $1 million to license research-related innovations from the lab of Naola Ferguson-Noel, associate professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine and a researcher in the Poultry Diagnostic & Research Center.  Read more →

    October 2018 Innovation Gateway Highlights

    The first of four events in Innovation Gateway’s annual Technology Transfer Educational Series, Bridging the Gap Between Academia and Industry, kicked off last month. The second event will be held Nov. 7 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in Pharmacy South room 201. Read more →

Events

Jan
31
Thu
12:00 pm Lunch & Learn with Iris Marklein @ Center for Applied Genetic Technologies, Room 128/130
Lunch & Learn with Iris Marklein @ Center for Applied Genetic Technologies, Room 128/130
Jan 31 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Lunch & Learn with Iris Marklein @ Center for Applied Genetic Technologies, Room 128/130
Navigating Regulatory Affairs: Pathways and Challenges  The Innovation Gateway Lunch & Learn in January will feature Dr. Iris Marklein, an Assistant Professor of Practice and Regulatory Affairs Advisor in the UGA College of Engineering, College of Pharmacy and Innovation Gateway. Iris’ overall role is to provide regulatory support to faculty, UGA-based startups and UGA initiatives in biomanufacturing, and to provide regulatory education. Iris’ background is in regenerative medicine and regulatory affairs. After receiving her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania, she joined the Center for Devices and Radiological Health in the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), where she gained experience in navigating the regulatory framework for medical devices and also reviewed multiple device submission types, including Q-submissions, Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) applications, and 510(k) Premarket Notifications. Iris then moved to the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER) within FDA and was able to expand her existing knowledge of medical device regulations and work on other types of products, including biologics and combination products. Most recently, Iris served as Device and Combination Products Team Lead in CBER, gaining even more exposure to a wide range of products and the complex regulatory challenges faced by novel, cross-cutting technologies. During the...
Mar
27
Wed
all-day Innovation at UGA, for all of UGA @ UGA Special Collections Library
Innovation at UGA, for all of UGA @ UGA Special Collections Library
Mar 27 all-day
Innovation at UGA, for all of UGA @ UGA Special Collections Library
We need your voice in the discussion! Join us to plan a collective vision. As the UGA innovation ecosystem gets ready to take flight, let’s make sure all of us have a chance to be onboard. Just as we’ve worked hard to make STEM more inclusive of our community, UGA innovators—and the people who support them—must ensure that innovation and entrepreneurship are not options only for the few. If you work to support innovation in your unit—or if you are innovator yourself in search of your next opportunity—we need your voice in this discussion. Please join us to learn from each other, make new connections and plan a collective vision. Working agenda coming soon! Click here to register! This symposium is organized by the UGA Office of STEM Education and the UGA Office of Research.