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Harrington Discovery Institute at University Hospitals Case Medical Center Announces Grant Funding to Physician-Scientists at Major Academic Medical Centers to Support New Drug Development
Date:12/5/2012

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Harrington Scholar Innovators will receive guidance on use of resources from experts in drug development and additional support for grant and business plan writing, and for securing necessary intellectual property furthering the transition into the commercial realm.  

"Physician-scientists will be able to tap into a peer network of innovators and mentors within the Harrington Discovery Institute's infrastructure to support their discovery efforts," adds Dr. Stamler, who is also Director of the Institute for Transformative Molecular Medicine at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.

The Harrington Discovery Institute will host an inaugural scientific symposium on May 9 – 10, 2013 on the campus of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and UH Case Medical Center.  The symposium will showcase the work of some of the nation's leading physician-scientists as well as that of Harrington Scholar Innovators.  

"Our overall goal is to build a network of institutions and physician-scientists sharing resources, technologies and ideas, all toward accelerating drug development in our academic medical centers for the benefit of human health," explains Dr. Stamler. "In total, these programs are intended to ensure that physician-scientists can advance their discoveries and that their careers are dedicated to furthering the mission of changing the standard of care."

The Harrington Discovery Institute at UH Case Medical Center, launched in February 2012, is the not-for-profit academic medical engine of The Harrington Project for Discovery & Development – a first-of-its-kind, $250 million initiative that also includes a mission-aligned, for-profit development company, BioMotiv.  Aligning these entities has, for the first time at an academic medical center, provided a comprehensi
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