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Our business development team is actively engaged in developing relationships with potential partners and funding organizations for the advancement of shared research initiatives.
The Office of Technology Management and Commercialization manages the commercialization of discoveries that result from our collaborative medical research.
As part of a new collaboration, Sanford-Burnham at Lake Nona is working with Pfizer Inc. to identify new therapeutic targets for preventing and treating complications of obesity and diabetes.
Sanford-Burnham recently renewed its partnership with Takeda Pharmaceutical Company and Florida Hospital to find new treatments approaches for obesity.
Dr. Michael Jackson outlines plan to increase industry collaborations.
Sanford-Burnham at Lake Nona joined the University of Florida as a founding partner of the Southeast Center for Integrated Metabolomics.
We combine the creativity of an academic environment with the discipline
of industry to offer partners deep bench strength in fundamental,
pharmaceutical and biotech research.
- Michael Jackson, Ph.D.
Vice President, Drug Discovery and Development
We invite you to explore partnering with Sanford-Burnham.
Senior Director, Business Development
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Sanford-Burnham's Office of Technology Management and Commercialization (OTMC) manages the commercialization of discoveries that result from the Institute's world-class collaborative medical research. Our business development team is actively engaged in developing relationships with potential partners and funding organizations for the advancement of shared research initiatives.
The Institute has invested in state-of-art technologies to empower our translational research focus. These drug discovery cores are staffed with industry-savvy teams that are equipped to serve the biomedical research community.
Our multi-disciplinary approach provides partners with access to custom-designed teams that include academic investigators, clinical researchers, and in-house scientists with extensive pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry experience.
The OTMC's Business Development team facilitates collaborations, partnerships, contracts, and commercialization of technology. The Intellectual Property team manages the licensing of technology and material transfers.
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