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This is a rare opportunity, where in the same room, you might have busy clinicians and academic leaders. You actually start to understand how this all works together - and that's where you get the excitement, where there's understanding that bringing academic medicine to a busy clinical setting ultimately really distinguishes the healthcare delivery.                 








Prof Mary Klotman  
Dean, Duke University School of Medicine, USA


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 Commercialisation and Translation Symposium
Translating and Commercialising your Research

 Track type: Symposium

Date: 18 Sep 2021


 Time: 0935 - 1105

Location: Seminar Room 2

Ms Robin Rasor, Executive Director of the Office of Licensing and Ventures, will provide an overview of commercialisation and technology transfer at Duke University, North Carolina, USA, and the role it has played in the profile of the university and its Academic Medical Centre (AMC). She will pay particular attention to issues relating to commercialisation and licensing of intellectual property that is increasingly the basis for transactions with industry and start-ups, in particular datasets and digital tools for a variety of applications including predictive modeling, healthcare administration and others.
Does data have value? Who owns the data? What are some mechanisms for licensing data? What are some of the societal and reputational aspects associated with licensing data? There will be ample time for a question and answer session, followed by an overview of the SingHealth-Duke-NUS AMC’s own Joint Centre for Technology and Development.


From Idea to Industry: Supporting Faculty in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Speaker: Ms Robin Rasor


To Build a Translational Science Programmme by Academic Medical Centres


Speaker: Dr Xinyuan David Wang                                                                                                                    

Speaker: Dr Lye Whye Kei 




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