Three NEOMED faculty researchers have been awarded support of $12,250 each 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.
Patrick Kang, Ph.D., Takhar Kasumov, Ph.D., and Fayez Safadi, Ph.D., 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.