National Cancer Institute (NCI) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program director, Christie Canaria will go over the funding and resource basics for small businesses seeking funding for their innovative cancer technologies.
All are welcome to join the PCI Ventures team as they share “secrets to success” for submitting a highly competitive proposal to Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) funding opportunities. Learn about the different funding mechanisms and entrepreneurial resources available to companies, as well as best practices for crafting a compelling […]
The University City Science Center annual RAIN Conference is back on July 22nd - and taking place in-person! When the pandemic hit, even perceived competitors collaborated for the greater good, which is why this year's program will explore “Goodwill,” a theme that has emerged as we move towards our collective new normal. Conference Agenda: Welcome […]
Improving Access to Care As part of our broader pledge to help support frontline healthcare workers and help provide equitable health solutions for communities of color, the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies is proud to further our 120-year commitment to nurses, including advocating for, elevating and empowering nurses as innovative leaders who strengthen health systems and change human health […]
Through the Access Accelerator, the Cancer Service Line (CSL) and the Penn Center for Cancer Care Innovation (PC3I) at the Abramson Cancer Center (ACC) invite applications for initiatives that aim to create and test innovative solutions to address challenges in cancer care access at Penn Medicine. We seek proposals for initiatives which: Build on recent […]
On the 2nd Monday of each month in the Fall, join local entrepreneurs and investors for discussions on commercializing university med tech. At this session, Barbara Shilberg, Managing Director and CEO, BioAdvance will discuss life science investing and how the market has changed over the past year. This is the first of four events this […]
Mark Yim, PhD, Director of GRASP Lab, Faculty Director for the Design Studio, talks about the Penn I-Corps program. Learn about resources available at Penn to support your commercialization and entrepreneurship goals. Register here. After registration, you'll receive a direct zoom link.
An annual three-day innovation celebration started in 2019 to highlight Philadelphia as a fantastic place to live and work; to create meaningful connections locally and globally between people and organizations doing innovative work; and ignite new ideas and inspire changemakers of the future.
The most popular conference features but will focus on various topics within the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. Learn More.
The theme this year will be "Translational Science in a Pandemic World." The event will allow for virtual and in-person attendance. More details will be announced later this summer about the format. 2021 Featured Speakers: J. Larry Jameson, MD, PhD, University of Pennsylvania Susan Weiss, PhD, University of Pennsylvania Linfa Wang, PhD BSc, Duke-NUS Medical School Jean Laurent […]
On the 2nd Monday of each month in the Fall, join local entrepreneurs and investors for discussions on commercializing university med tech. At this session, Dr. Kathryn Doyle, Partner, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr will discuss the latest trends in patenting and how that is influencing the life science sector and investing. This is the […]
Katherine Reuther, Ph.D., MBA, Executive Director of the Penn Center for Health-Devices and Technology discusses resources to support your medical device idea. Learn about resources available at Penn to support your commercialization and entrepreneurship goals. Register here Following registration, you will be emailed a zoom link
Musculoskeletal conditions affect approximately 1.71 billion people worldwide, manifesting themselves as lower back problems, knee aches, jaw pain, arthritis and even inflammatory diseases such as lupus. While fixing musculoskeletal conditions has come a long way since the wooden splint, there still remains room for innovation to personalize surgery options and develop new, less invasive techniques […]