COM - T Faculty Invitation:
Come and mingle virtually with representatives from biotech, biomedical, and life science companies to pursue potential collaborations, including the commercialization of your innovation/research findings!
FINE connects university and industry innovators in life sciences, medicine, engineering, computer & information sciences, with companies to move innovations, products and ideas towards commercialization.
FINE will offer concrete opportunities towards building partnerships, including but not limited to pursuing SBIR/STTR** funding.
SBIR/STTR grants are excellent funding resources to continue research and create impact through commercialization.
Over the course of three sessions, our expert speakers will provide an overview of SBIR/STTR grants, share the lessons they learned, and provide step-by-step guidance through the application process.
Save the dates:
Session 2 is on July 8
Session 3 is on July 29
FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS & POSTDOCS:
New this year, our event will include a virtual presentation of projects that showcase Resident Program and Fellowship Program research. A grab-and-go lunch will be provided for participants from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm in the Faculty Offices, Tower 4, room 1343. For more information, or to RSVP contact Melissa or by phone (520) 626-1957.
Given the unknown variables, potential health implications, and public concerns related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have decided to postpone our Discover BIO5 event originally scheduled for 4/1. We look forward to rescheduling, most likely in early fall, and hope that you will agree to participate/attend again at that point in time.
Learn more about some of the exciting solutions UA colleagues and mentors are working on to solve societal problems reflecting the broad range of BIO5’s interdisciplinary research scope, including projects in progress.
With a goal of promoting possible collaborations, this event is open to faculty, students, and staff across the UA community and will showcase the novel research supported and cultivated by the BIO5 Institute and performed by BIO5 faculty members and trainees.
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The newly formed pre-medical American Medical Women's Association (AMWA) branch at the University of Arizona has asked for an opportunity to have a Q&A session with medical students. They will be focused on asking questions such as how you got to medical school, how you overcame challenges, and what advice you may have for them. This is a great way to form a mentoring relationship with pre-medical students and assist them on their way to becoming a physician.