UofL hires Founder of one of its start-ups to serve as an EIR to help with commercialization

Is there any better experience to help an institution of higher education with its commercialization efforts than hiring someone who did just that? The University of Louisville (UofL) thinks the answer is “no,” hiring the Founder of SentryHealth as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence in its Office of Research and Innovation. In this role, Alice Shade will work with inventors and the Commercialization EPI-Center to connect UofL technologies to industry and start-ups. Click here for more information.

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