Client Institutions

The Discovery to Market course has partnered with the following institutions to assess the commercial potential of scientific discoveries and technological innovations:

  • Lateral Flow Device for Diagnosing Microbial Infections in the Lung - Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer
  • Hip Fracture Prevention Device - Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer
  • Enterotoxigenic Bacteroides Fragilis as a Promoter of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and Colon Cancer - Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer
  • Rapid PCR-Based Blood Test for Severe Bacterial Infections - Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer
  • Cancer Adoptive Immunotherapy - Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer
  • HCV Vaccine - Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer
  • System for Correction of MRI Head Motion – National Institutes of Health
  • LMNA Gene and Its Involvement in Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome (HGPS) and Arteriosclerosis - National Institutes of Health
  • A Fertility Test to Detect Ovarian Autoimmune Disease Using Human Recombinant MATER Protein - National Institutes of Health
  • Small-Molecule Modulators of Lipid Storage for Treatment of Obesity, Atherosclerosis, Metabolic Syndrome and Lipid Storage Diseases - National Institutes of Health
  • Biomarker for adrenocortical cancer (ACC) - National Institutes of Health
  • Use Of SLCOlB3 Genotyping To Predict A Survival Prognosis Of Prostate Cancer - National Institutes of Health
  • Carbohydrate-Encapsulated Gold Nanoparticles as Novel Anti-Metastatic Agents - National Institutes of Health
  • Nanoprobes for Detection or Modification of Molecules - National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute)
  • Enhanced Cancer Therapy – Photo-immunotherapy (PIT) in Combination with Anti-Cancer Agents - National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute)
  • BK Virus Vaccine - National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute)
  • APE1: An Anti-Cancer Drug Target - National Institutes of Health
  • Multimeric Protein Toxins to Target Cells Having Multiple Identifying Characteristics - National Institutes of Health
  • Axon Regeneration After Brain or Spinal Cord Injury - National Institutes of Health
  • A Device for Sterile Removal of a Biological Sample from a Cryopreserved Bag - National Institutes of Health
  • A Highly Sensitive, Blood Based Test for Monitoring Drug Response of Breast Cancer - Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer
  • DNA Methylation Biomarkers of Post Partum Depression Risk - Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer
  • Low Profile Hand-Extension/Flexion Assistive Device (Passive Device) - Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer
  • Intrapancreatic Micro Oxygen Saturation Measurement Device - Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer
  • Proteosome Inhibitor for Multiple Myeloma - Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer
  • Accessory for Biofilm reduction on Catheters - Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer