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March 2022

OUP Faculty Virtual Office Hours

March 9 - June 30

If you're a faculty member with intellectual property disclosure, sign up for a one-on-one meeting to discuss your idea with an OUP member. During these sessions, OUP can answer questions related to early-stage startups on topics such as technology de-risking, product-marketing fit, fundraising, and the general startup process.   Fill out this form to schedule a time to get VC feedback on your startup idea.

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May 2022

LLCs Versus Corporations as Startup Structures

May 24 — 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Quarles & Brady and OUP are pleased to invite you to a webinar on LLCs versus corporations as startup structures.   Join Mark Ehrmann and Jeff Fugal of Quarles & Brady LLP and Marc Singer and Beth Grafstrom of OUP for a discussion on the use of LLCs as a startup vehicle and the differences of using an LLC vs. a C Corp as the company structure.   The webinar will include a deep dive on each of the following…

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CTL@WCM Special Panel on Drug Repurposing

May 24 — 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Can you teach an old drug new tricks? Recent successes in repositioning existing drugs – from esketamine for treatment-resistant depression to remdesivir – originally developed to treat hepatitis C, tested for Ebola before being approved as a treatment for COVID 19 – point to potential upsides. The challenges, however, are many: from challenging IP prospects to skeptical investors. We have assembled an expert panel to discuss with us the enticing shortcuts repurposing may offer, the pitfalls it brings, and how…

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June 2022

UIDP Xurban Cornell in Ithaca, NY

June 7 - June 9
Statler Hotel Ballroom, 130 Statler Dr
Ithaca, New York 14853 United States
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Innovation ecosystems thrive where ideas inspire collaborative partners to share an R&D vision. In the wake of the pandemic, we’ve learned that innovation can surge wherever idea-driven people live and when a sense of urgency exists. Combined with renewed national interest and federal funding to establish innovation engines outside major metro areas, we are poised to see new ecosystems grow where industry, academia, nonprofits, and government combine forces and leverage each other’s assets to achieve outcomes not possible without cooperation.…

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