USA

BioM maintains a broad network with good contacts to North American bioregions and life sciences stakeholders.
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WEBINAR: The National Cancer Institutes of Health (NIH) as a Technology Development and Commercialization Partner for Bavarian companies
when?  Tuesday, 30 April 2019
times?
  3:00 - 4:00 p.m. CET: Opportunities for larger Bavarian companies to work with the NIH
               4:00 - 5:00 p.m. CET:
Opportunities for Bavarian SMEs to work with the NIH

3:00 p.m. SESSION 1: Opportunities for larger Bavarian companies to work with the NIH

  • Introduction to the NIH as a technology development and commercialization partner

  • Value-add to larger companies of working with the NIH

  • Case studies of products co-developed with the NIH

  • Public market success stories; i.e. examples of blockbuster products brought to market by partnering with, or licensing from, the NIH

  • Q&A

When it's time, join the meeting by clicking this link
Meeting number (access code): 735 504 802 ; Meeting password: 3QfMvGT?

4:00 p.m. SESSION 2: Opportunities for Bavarian SMEs to work with the NIH

  • Introduction to the NIH as a technology development and commercialization partner

  • Value-add to SMEs of working with the NIH – including industry-favorable terms making SMEs attractive to early-stage equity investors

  • Case studies of products co-developed with the NIH

  • Special licensing opportunities for SMEs
  • Q&A

When it's time, join the meeting by clicking this link
Meeting number (access code): 735 504 802 ; Meeting password: 3QfMvGT?

Join from a video system or application dial 735504802@cbiit.webex.com
You can also dial 173.243.2.68 and enter your meeting number.
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THE ORGANIZATION
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is the largest science and medical research institute in the world. NIH’s more than 100 technology transfer professionals help hundreds of researchers – from basic to translational to clinical – patent their discoveries and license them to companies so they progress towards the marketplace.
Long thought of as the go-to place for academics to work with a thought-leader and publish in a top-tier journal, NIH’s technology transfer offices are establishing themselves as open for business – as one of the go-to places for the healthcare industry to work with a thought-leader, overcome a technology or knowledge gap, and get their products to market.
Translational and clinical innovators across 27 Institutes and Centers cover nearly every disease and disorder imaginable – and marketable. We develop drugs – as well as devices, diagnostics, wearable and digital health solutions, and software. We have the largest clinical center in the world – where >1,000 trials run concurrently – provide clinical validation studies of first-in-human medical solutions. Our industry-friendly business terms include no up-front equity for licensees and a highly competitive overhead rate for collaborative projects.

CONTACT:
Michael L. Salgaller, Ph.D.
Supervisor, Invention Development and Marketing Unit (IDMU)
Technology Transfer Center  |  National Cancer Institute  |  National Institutes of Health
michael.salgaller@remove-this.nih.gov; https://techtransfer.cancer.gov

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The German Accelerator Life Sciences supports start-ups in the market entry into the USA.

Together with Bayern International, BioM organizes an annual Bavarian community stand at the BIO International Convention. Events

The Bavarian government has two offices in the USA that support Bavarian companies in business activities. Bavarian Office New York / Bavarian Office San Francisco

Within the scope of the eLSi-project BioM and its project partners have created a comprehensive, free information package on the life science industry and business culture in the USA. eLSi USA