Walter Ryan, Director of Business Development at Cook Medical, shares insights into the keys to a successful research and development collaboration between industry and academia. In Part 3 (of a 3-part series), Ryan outlines some of the questions an industry partner may ask an academic collaborator. During the co-development process, industry partners will require input from researchers to assure that the intended design and specifications are consistent with the product vision. The partner will also expect prompt and honest feedback throughout the process and timely contributions to required regulatory and intellectual property documentation.
Cook Medical further supports UCSF CTSI through the participation of Mr. Bruce Gingles, Cook Medical’s Vice President of Global Technology Assessment and Healthcare Policy, as an advisor in the Catalyst Awards program.
- Date September 26, 2014
- Tags Collaboration