1450 Biggy Street , Los Angeles, CA 90033

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This seminar (part two in a three-part series) introduces the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants that provide non-dilutive funding
to startup companies, as well as the funding available at USC to support invention and therapeutic innovation research. Several USC faculty and staff, including past awardees, will share their experiences of the application process.

Including talks by: 
Molly Schmid, PhD, Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Alfred E. Mann Institute for Biomedical Engineering and Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship, School of Business 
Silvia da Costa, PhD, Director of Faculty Research Relations, USC Office of Research 
Donaldson Santos, Associate Director of Licensing, Life Sciences, USC Stevens
Alan L Epstein, MD, PhD, Professor, Pathology, Keck School of Medicine 
Tiger Zhang, PhD, Associate Professor, Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Pharmacy

Part of the Center for Excellence in Research (CER) Fall 2018 Mentoring Events, brought to you by SC CTSI and the MESH Academy

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