UCF/State University System Host Successful Federal Funding EventNovember 18, 2016
A huge thank you to the conference organizing committee. From left, Matthew Portnoy, SBIR/STTR program coordinator; Jennifer Shambrook, director of Contracts and Grants at UCF; Emily Fitzgerald, executive coordinator, Contracts and Grants at UCF; Thomas O‘Neal, associate vice president for Commercialization and Innovation, UCF; Meaghan Sharp, program assistant intern; Brent Jaquet, State University System Washington representative; and Robert Vinson, SBIR/STTR program manager. Not pictured is Betty Royster, SBIR/STTR communications specialist. Photo by Karen Norum.
More than 450 researchers and businesses attended the 18th annual U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Tech Transfer conference in Orlando. Small business entrepreneurs in the life sciences sector learned how to access more than $870 million of annual federal funding that is available to assist academic partnerships and build new businesses in biotechnology. The conference was organized and co-hosted by the University of Central Florida’s Office of Research & Commercialization and the SUS Florida Board of Governors.
Dr. Perez. A UCF press release featuring Assistant Professor Manuel Perez is featured on a National Institutes of Health website. The story is the first link on the right top of the page "Special Sugar, Nanoparticles Combine to Detect Cholera Toxin." You can see the story at www.nigms.nih.gov. Congratulations to Dr. Perez!
Suhtling Wong, worked on the video featured on the ORC homepage, Research is a Way of Life, has won a CASE III Award of Excellence and is in the running for the grand award in February.
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