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Scientist.com Webinar – Biotechnology Leaders: Are You Using Good Data to Help Drive Therapeutic Decisions?
Join BioOhio leadership member BIO and savings partner Scientist.com for the webinar Biotechnology Leaders: Are You Using Good Data to Help Drive Therapeutic Decisions? on September 25 at 10am. TOPIC Biotechnology Leaders: Are You Using Good Data to Help Drive Therapeutic Decisions? TIME Sep 25, 2019 10:00-10:45 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada) DESCRIPTION Attendees will learn how to use the Trial Insights digital solution to help guide data-driven decision making, including how to: Quickly assess the landscape for…Find out more »
Join BioOhio member G2G for the 2019 Post-MHSRS Conference Webinar for Bioscience & Tech Companies on September 26 at 11am. Description: This webinar is a follow-up to G2G’s two-part webinar series presented in June and July 2019. Dial-in to learn more about insights, key takeaways, and top FY20 priorities gleaned from attending this year’s MHSRS conference. We will provide other updates on funding opportunities currently in play and ways to stay on top of the process. Background on MHSRS: The…Find out more »
The Ohio Department of Higher Education invites you to a webinar showcasing the Ohio Innovation Exchange (OIEx), a platform connecting business and industry to intellectual resources, publications, patents, and equipment at Ohio’s research universities. There are more than 13,000 faculty experts accessible through the database, offering professionals a portal to connect with thought leaders across STEM disciplines. From research partnerships, intellectual property and technology licensing opportunities, to business development and even student internships, OIEx fosters economic development and intellectual advancement across Ohio and the globe. Join the OIEx team to learn…Find out more »
Join BioOhio members Cleveland FES Center and Case Western Reserve University for a Neural Prosthesis Webinar on September 26 at 4pm. Tim Bruns, PhD, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering at the University of Michigan will discuss developing an interface with dorsal root ganglia for closed-loop bladder control. Dr. Bruns’ research group, the Peripheral Neural Engineering and Urodynamics Lab (pNEURO Lab), focuses on interfacing with the peripheral nervous system to restore function and examine systems-level neurophysiology. Projects in the lab include developing…Find out more »
Join NASEM Health and Medicine (The National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine) on November 13 for a workshop on Exploring Novel Clinical Trial Designs for Gene-Based Therapies. A webinar is also available. Designing clinical trials to test the safety and efficacy of regenerative medicine therapies, such as gene- and gene-editing- based therapies, can be complex for several reasons including challenges with determining an optimal dosage, delivering the product effectively, and successfully recruiting patients, to name a few. Patients and…Find out more »