CTSI Pilot Funding Awards

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Current Translational Research Awardees

The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) is a vital partnership among the leading research universities of Indiana University, Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame as well as life sciences, businesses and community organizations across the state. To fulfill its mission, it supports individuals and teams in all areas of translational research related to the prevention, diagnosis, and management of human disease.

A current list of current awardees is below to provide examples of the type of projects that the CTSI has invested to help improve human health, as well as to showcase the translational research being done across Indiana.

Researcher Links

IP Filings Based on CTSI Projects

We would like to thank the Innovation and Commercialization Office at Indiana University, the Office of Technology Commercialization at Purdue University, and the Idea Center at the University of Notre Dame for their assistance in publishing this webpage. Each of these offices helps to identify, protect and commercialize technology that comes from discoveries and innovations made by their researchers. Examples of previously awarded projects that have resulted in IP or commercialization include:


2008 - Awards Resulting in IP Protection and Commercialization Activities

Won, You-Yeon Purdue Radiation-Controlled Release of Drugs for Chemo-Radiotherapy

2010 - Awards Resulting in IP Protection and Commercialization Activities

Cooks, Robert Graham Purdue Morphologically Friendly Tissue Imaging

2012 - Awards Resulting in IP Protection and Commercialization Activities

Boudouris, Bryan Purdue Functional Filtration Membranes
Rickus, Jenna Purdue Multianalyte Sensing

2015 - Awards Resulting in IP Protection and Commercialization Activities

Figueiredo, Marxa L Purdue Anti-Angiogenesis Compound Targets Laminin Receptor in Cancer Cells
Thompson, David Purdue Method Produces Cyclodextrin with Polyrotaxane has Potential as Part of Treatment of Neimann-Pick Disease Type C
Won, You-Yeon Purdue Using Nanoparticles for Cancer Therapy

2016 - Awards Resulting in IP Protection and Commercialization Activities

Shi, Riyi Purdue Portable Diagnostic Tool for Blast Injury and Other Traumatic Brain Injuries

2017 - Awards Resulting in IP Protection and Commercialization Activities

Chen, Peng-Shen Indiana University Use of Subcutaneous Nerve Stimulation to Sprout Nerves
Corson, Timothy Indiana University Novel Method of Using Soluble Epoxide Hydrolase Inhibitors
Emir, Uzay E Purdue Noninvasive Ultra-short Acquisition Delay Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Measurement
Lu, Tao Indiana University PRMT5 Inhibitors for the Treatment of Cancer

2018 - Awards Resulting in IP Protection and Commercialization Activities

Merrell, Jonathan Indiana University Revised Smart Inhaler
Mirmira, Raghu Indiana University Method for predicting susceptibility to hyperglycemia and type 1 diabetes

2020 - Awards Resulting in IP Protection and Commercialization Activities

Ekser, Burcin Indiana University In Vitro Model for the Study of Liver Disease
Androphy, Elliot Indiana University Small Molecule Covalent Inhibitors of the HPV E6 Protein
Bochman, Julia Indiana University Novel Antibiotics

For additional, campus-specific information about project innovation and entrepreneurship please contact them using the information below.

Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC)
The Convergence Center
101 Foundry Drive, Suite 2500
West Lafayette, IN 47906
Phone: 765-588-3475
Email: OTCIP@prf.org
www.prf.org/innovation-and-entrepreneurship
www.prf.org/otc

University of Notre Dame
Licensing & Business Development
The Idea Center
574-631-8825
rcox4@nd.edu
https://ideacenter.nd.edu

Indiana University
Innovation and Commercialization Office
518 Indiana Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46202
317-274-5905
ico@iu.edu
https://research.iu.edu/innovation-commercialization

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