Translating research into practical, useful forms is one of Indiana University’s essential contributions to a better world. IU experts in translational research and the commercialization process can advise and guide you through the process of moving your intellectual property into the public sphere.
Navigating the Commercialization Process
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Johnson Center for Innovation and Translational Research at IU Bloomington
Specialists associated with JCITR help you navigate the translational research system at IU Bloomington and make it easy and efficient for you to participate in translational research. JCITR staff offer individual consultation, resources for innovative research, and educational and networking opportunities connecting university faculty and students with industry.
Keith Davis, Director of Faculty Engagement
Johanna Salazar, Project Manager
Industry Collaboration Portal at the IU School of Medicine
The ICP facilitates internal and external collaborations by tracking research, expertise, capabilities, and resources across the School of Medicine. The ICP promotes translational research, team science, grant funding, entrepreneurship, and training and education for public-private partnerships.
Jaipal Singh, Director
Padma Portonovo, Project Manager
Innovation to Enterprise (I2E) at IUPUI
Innovation to Enterprise initiatives support the research commercialization efforts of faculty and students on the IUPUI campus. Faculty may schedule a consultation related to their research program or request special workshops or events. Students may participate in various programs designed to increase their entrepreneurial skills.
Karen White, Research Development and Commercialization Facilitator
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Your individual school may also offer support for entrepreneurship and translational research, such as programs offered at the IU Bloomington Maurer School of Law and the Kelley School of Business.