Congratulations to Patrick Kang, Ph.D.; Takhar Kasumov, Ph.D.; and Fayez Safadi, Ph.D.!
Each has been awarded support of $12,250 from The Ohio State University/Ohio Department of Higher Education for projects that were recently showcased in the final event of the 10-week I-Corps Ohio program – a 10-week initiative of the Ohio Department of Higher Education designed to train the scientific community in the commercialization process.
Drs. Kang, Kasumov and Safadi each served as a Principal Investigator (PI) on an I-Corps Ohio project. NEOMED’s I-Corps Ohio teams included interdisciplinary groups of students; NEOMED researchers; and REDIzone business incubator manager Elliot Reed, J.D.
The researchers and their projects are as follows:
To support the project “A 96-well microplate adaptor to evenly distribute the heat and to improve fluorescence signal stability.”
To support the project “Serum levels of glycated ApoAI, a novel biomarker to screen for pre-diabetes and diabetes and their cardiovascular complications.”
To support the project “Saccavi – Orthobiologic Filter System.”
Learn about opportunities at NEOMED to be involved in projects aimed at commercialization of research.