Understanding the Patent Process: How Queen’s University can facilitate research commercialization
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About The Event
Join the Science to Business Network Queen's University Chapter for a discussion with patent and commercialization agents at the Office of Partnership and Innovation on how to pursue a career in scientific commercialization and patenting. Translational medical research stems from patents and drug commercialization. This event will focus on what it takes to become a patent and commercialization agent as well as tips and tricks on how to patent your work.
Stephen Scribner, PhD
Director Intellectual Property, Patent Agent
Office of Partnerships and Innovation at Queen's University
David Hyndman, PhD
Assistant Director of Industry Partnerships
Office of Partnership and Innovation, Queen’s University
Dr. Michael Wells, PhD
Assistant Director, Commercial Development
Office of Partnerships and Innovation, Queen's University
This event is FREE for all Faculty of Health Sciences Students, $5 for all other faculties.
FHS includes: DBMS, Health and Aging, Public Health, Pathology & Molecular Medicine, Cancer Research, Nursing, Neurosciences, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation Science
Catering is provided courtesy of The Rustic Spud.
- All other faculties$5$50$0
- Faculty of Health Sciences$0$00$0
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