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Partnering with Industry: Best Practices

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Partnering Module PDF

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Disclaimer

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NOTE: You can download the first module of this series, Compliance, here:

Compliance Module PDF

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Additional Resources

The Partnering with Industry: Best Practices Learning Module includes resources that can also be accessed here:

Foundation for the Advanced Education in the Sciences ( FAES) courses on technology transfer

UIDP Researcher Guidebook and Quick Guide

Following are links to the videos that are part of the learning module:

Partnership Benefits Part I

Partnership Benefits Part II

Key Issues in a Partnership

How Industry Identifies Potential Partners

When to Approach Industry

How to Select Industry Partners

How Physician-Entrepreneurs Turn their Ideas Into Patient-Benefitting Products, Part I

How Physician Entrepreneurs Turn their Ideas Into Patient-Benefitting Products, Part II

Pitfalls to Avoid

Following are links to the transcripts of the above videos:

Partnership Benefits Part I Transcript

Partnership Benefits Part II Transcript

Key Issues in a Partnership Transcript

How Industry Identifies Potential Partners Transcript

When to Approach Industry Transcript

How to Select Industry Partners Transcript

How Physician-Entrepreneurs Turn their Ideas Into Patient-Benefitting Products, Part I Transcript

How Physician Entrepreneurs Turn their Ideas Into Patient-Benefitting Products, Part II Transcript

Pitfalls to Avoid Transcript

 

Speaker Biographies

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Acknowledgements

NOTE: Except where noted, no compensation, in any form, was paid to these individuals.

UIDP is  indebted to many people who provided their input for this module. These include Dorota Amin, director, corporate relations, Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations, Development and Alumni Relations, The George Washington University; Barbara Alving, research professor at the School of Public Health, University of Maryland, College Park; Lance M. Black, MD, MBID, medical device innovation lead, Texas Medical Center Innovation Institute; David K. Hawkins, MBA, CRA, associate director, Sponsored Project Administration – Contract Negotiation, Dell Medical School, The University of Texas at Austin; Doreen A. Robinson, PhD, CRA, senior associate vice president for sponsored research and director, Office of Sponsored Research, Georgetown University Medical Center, Georgetown University; Christina Stanger, MA, CRA, director, Office of Contract and Grant Management, MedStar Health Research Institute.

UIDP is also grateful to those who were interviewed for the video portions of this module: Mark Breedlove, vice president,VascularDivision, CookMedical; Andy Dahlem, PhD, former VP and COO, Lilly Research Laboratories (LRL) and LRL Europe; Richard Gunderman, MD, PhD, professor and vice chairman, Department of Radiology, Indiana University; Jennifer Kerr, president, Cook Research; Anantha Shekhar, MD, PhD, executive associate dean for research and director of the Indiana Clinical  and Translational Sciences Institute, Indiana University School of Medicine; Ronald G. Tompkins, MD, ScD, Sumner M. Redstone Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School. Biographical information about the speakers is available below.

Thanks also to Keith Davis, PhD, director, Johnson Center for Innovation and Translational Research, Indiana University, who conducted video interviews at Cook Medical in Bloomington, Indiana.

UIDP also thanks the project co-leads Ruben Rathnasingham, PhD, assistant dean for health product  innovation and director of the Texas Health Catalyst, Dell Medical School, UniversityofTexas, Austin; and  Bruce Gingles, vice president, global technology assessment and health care policy,CookMedical. Also, many thanks to working group member Chad A. League, Esq., manager, Office of Contracts and Grants Management, Medstar Health Research Institute (MHRI) and to Michele Hujber, a paid consultant to UIDP and project manager for this module.

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