The Clemson University Research Foundation (CURF), a 501(c)(3) corporation founded in 1982 and organized exclusively for charitable, educational or scientific purposes, is operated for the benefit of, to perform the functions of, and to carry out the purposes of Clemson University. CURF is governed by aBoard of Directors drawn from public and private sector leadership. CURF’s core mission is to provide leadership and expertise to maximize the societal impact of university research and innovation.
CURF’s priority is to develop initiatives to move technology, created through research and creative inquiry, out of the laboratory and into commercial markets. SNNLive spoke with Lisa Perpall, MS, MBA, Technology Commercialization Officer - Biomedical Sciences for the Clemson University Research Foundation (CURF) at SEMDA 2014 Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA.
“In tech transfer, I represent all other emerging biomedical technologies coming out of the research at Clemson University,” begins Lisa Perpall. She continues, “I’m here trying to find connections and commercial partners that want to take this technology from the lab to the marketplace.” Lisa Perpall explains, “We’ve got so many new medical devices coming out of our senior engineering and bioengineering design program and some other great technologies that are ready for the market.” For more information, check out our website at www.clemson.edu
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