BioCurate is a joint venture between The University of Melbourne and Monash University. BioCurate focus on translating drug discoveries in a form attractive to commercial partners. As an independent operator BioCurate aim to help projects succeed over the period between the end of primary research funding and the start of investment from companies at late pre-clinical and early clinical development.
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Andy Allen is a Senior Research Fellow in the School of Biomedical Sciences with responsibility in supporting translational research. Andy has a wealth of experience in working in the pharmaceutical industry on translation opportunities. He is interested in translation projects undertaken across the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences and can give advice on appropriate steps to take and networking opportunities, working closely with colleagues in Business Development.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel : 9035 3524
The University’s Business Development Directors assist organisations looking to work more closely with the University. With senior industry experience, the Business Development Directors understand the expectations of businesses and organisations, and the University’s partnering and commercialisation processes.
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If you have a general question about working with us, or about which Business Development Director can best work with you, please contact Andrew Maxwell.
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