UofM, Epicenter announce “Patents2Products Post-Doc Program”

The University of Memphis and Epicenter have partnered to create a new program designed to enable enterprising PhDs the opportunity to develop a company utilizing intellectual property developed both in Memphis and across the United States.

Named the “Patents2Products Post-Doc Program” (P2P), the new initiative creates a two-year funded position for research entrepreneurs who will be provided with salary and benefits plus founds for initial start-up costs. The fellow positions will be appointments to the FedEx Institute of Technology and will also work closely with Epicenter mentors and advisors as they develop their company and business plans.

Click here to learn more about the new initiative. Application details will be announced soon.

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