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GSK Discovery Partnership with Academia Fast Track Golden Triangle Challenge - call open External Call for proposals

last modified Oct 22, 2016 01:10 PM
This new Call for Proposals has a closing date of 28th October 2016. Key Questions that need to be considered before applying are: 1) Do you have a clear therapeutic hypothesis? 2) Do you have a defined drug target? 3) Do you have enabling expertise?

Applications to the Call – Help is available/ Notify your TTO

If you are thinking of submitting an application and would like some advice please feel free to get in touch with the OTR (jana.voigt@medschl.cam.ac.uk) and/or Cambridge Enterprise (https://www.enterprise.cam.ac.uk/)  as soon as possible.      Please note, it is a requirement of the scheme for PIs to notify your institution’s Technology Transfer Office (e.g. Cambridge Enterprise) prior to submitting an application.

 More information on the scheme can be found here  http://openinnovation.gsk.com/how-it-works-stevenage.html.      

 

 

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