The Life Sciences team provides support and expertise for technologies in the following areas:
- Agricultural biotechnology
- Cellular therapeutics
- Diagnostics and imaging
- Food science and nutrition
- Industrial biotechnology
- Medical devices
- Research tools
- Veterinary medicine
Contact Leza Besemann, Anne Hall, Karen Kaehler, Karen Ohlfest, or Xu Zou if you are a U of M researcher in the life sciences interested in commercializing your invention, or report your invention now.
Life Science Resources
BioTechnology Institute: Provides advanced research, training, and University-industry interaction in biological process technology.
Center for Translational Medicine: Provides a comprehensive portfolio of services that will augment the development and implementation of novel, medical treatment strategies.
Committee for Pharmaceutical Development: Offers researchers support in identifying, developing, and commercializing pharmaceutical products. It helps form networks, foster dialogue between university researchers and industry experts, and provide translational research support.
Committee for Pharmaceutical Development: Aims to identify, develop, and commercialize pharmaceutical products by forming networks, fostering dialogue between university researchers and industry experts, and providing translational research support.
Lilly Open Innovation Drug Discovery program: Explore partnership with pharmaceutical company Lilly to identify potential small-molecule therapeutics.
Medical Devices Center: Focuses on interdisciplinary medical device research and development.
Medical Industry Leadership Institute: Center focused on bringing together executives, physicians, students, and academic leaders in the medical industry.