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Bench to Community Seminar - Series 2, Session 5: Using Consulting Agencies During Development

Translating an innovation from the research stage into early-stage development for commercialization can be facilitated by using targeted consultant agencies for their area-specific expertise.…

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Bench to Community Seminar - Series 2, Session 4: Building Your Startup Team

Building a successful company requires expanding expertise beyond scientific research experience. Typical additional resources are required to address market analysis, accounting/finance, design for…

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Bench to Community Seminar - Series 2, Session 1: Startups and establishing a new company

Attendees will gain an understanding of types and processes for forming a legal company entity, basic roles of officers, directors, and founder stock ownership; team equity compensation and contract…

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Bench to Community Seminar - Series 2, Session 3: Investors & Fundraising: Early-stage Non-grant Funding and Processes

Attendees will learn about locating and speaking with non-grant funding sources for investments in early-stage companies, including friends/family connections, angel individuals and networks,…

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Bench to Community Seminar - Series 2, Session 2: Small Business Innovation Research Funding for Startups

Robert Brooke will provide an overview of the federally funded Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funding program. More than $4B is awarded annually to small businesses in the US via…

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K Award Series (Seminar 4): The Nuts and Bolts of your K Award

Seminar Summary Participants will be offered tips and tricks on collecting and drafting ancillary documents needed for your K award. In addition, participants will explore best practices in…

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K Award Series (Seminar 3): All about you and your team: tips and tricks for your K’s candidate/career plan and mentor team

Participants will be offered tips and tricks on how to construct the candidate section [background, career goals/objectives, career development/training, and mentoring plan/team] for a K award while…

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Ethical and Practical Consideration in Community-engaged Research

Participants will be introduced to multiple ethical and practical considerations for conducting CEnR. In addition, students will be provided with strategies for training and educating community…

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Bench to Community Seminar - Series 1, Session 4: Start-ups & Faculty Funding

If you have an idea, concept, or even prototype, you may be asking the question “what now”? During this session, Nicole Monk from VCU Ventures will discuss the importance of business…

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Developing and Sustaining CEnR Relationships

Seminar Description Participants are introduced to the importance of collaborations and building community relationships. We will discuss strategies on how to enhance current and/or develop new…

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K Award Series (Seminar 2)- The Science: tips and tricks for your K’s specific aims and research strategy

Seminar Description Participants will be offered tips and tricks on how to draft compelling specific aims and the subsections of the research strategy [significance, Innovation, Approach] for a K…

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So you want a K Award? Junior faculty’s insiders guide to K awards and setting yourself up for success w/ Dr. Pat Nana-Sinkam

Seminar Description Participants will be offered an overview of K awards. We will discuss different types of K Awards and their eligibility requirements while offering tips and tricks for packaging…

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Bench to Community Seminar - Series 1, Session 3: Invention Disclosures, Patent Process, and Licensing

This 3rd course in our series, attendees will understand the importance of securing intellectual property (IP) rights to support the translation of medical devices to the market. Session topics will…

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Introduction to Community Engaged Research

Participants are introduced to the conditions and contexts for Community-Engaged Research (CEnR) while exploring the fundamental principles and approaches of CEnR and the skills needed to work with…

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Bench to Community Seminar - Series 1, Session 2: Medical Device Development Processes

Session 2 in this seminar series provides an overview of engineering design and development for medical devices. Viewers will gain insight into the key steps from need definition to product…

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Bench to Community Seminar - Series 1 , Session 1: Introduction - Translating New Ideas Into Clinical Practice

This course introduces the multiple factors involved in translating new solutions for unmet needs into clinical practice reality. The session provides an overview of the process of innovation from…

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