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Apply for the Translational Fellows Program by May 1 deadline

The newly established Case Western Reserve University Translational Fellow Program (TFP) seeks to train individuals in entrepreneurship and the translation of innovation to benefit humanity by connecting them to programs and workshops around campus while protecting time for entrepreneurial activities. The program seeks applications from senior doctoral students or post-docs to work through the process of developing a technology for commercialization for the inaugural year beginning June 1.

Benefits are:

  • 20% salary coverage for 12 months
  • Training and support for commercialization efforts
  • Entrepreneurship/commercialization mentoring team

The requirements are:

  • Commitment to one day/week set aside for moving the technology to market
  • Attendance at meetings/workshops through the program (once/month group meetings, workshops 4-6 times/year)

Questions may be directed to Cheryl Thompson, associate professor and assistant dean of educational initiatives at the School of Medicine, at or 216.368.3956.

Get more information and apply.