From Bench to Bedside
The Health Research, Inc. technology transfer program facilitates the development of research discoveries made at HRI affiliated institutions to ensure that scientific and technological developments are made available for the advancement of public health.
By partnering with public and private institutions HRI delivers the resources necessary to translate research findings into products for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease.
HRI has a long and distinguished history of recognizing, protecting and developing novel technologies. Successful transfers include a number of major medical technologies such as the prostate specific antigen (PSA) test, photodynamic cancer therapy, pox virus vectors, a diagnostic assay for HIV tropism, and the blood thinner Angiomax.
To learn more about collaborating with HRI or licensing technology for commercial applications contact HRI's technology transfer team.
Robert L. Gallo, Director – Intellectual Property & Licensing
Diane L. Borghoff, Marketing & Licensing Associate
The Association of University Technology Managers, an international nonprofit membership organization, launched the Better World Project in 2005 to promote public understanding of how academic research and technology transfer benefits you, your community and millions of people around the world. It contributes to a stronger economy, supports new research and encourages tomorrow's breakthroughs.