We translate new scientific knowledge into benefits for health and value for society
Our research has the potential to improve people’s lives
Head of the “Cellular and Systems Neurobiology” Group
For CRG Community & Inventors
Research activities often lead to discoveries and inventions, and to the development of new tools and materials that may benefit society. TBDO helps CRG scientists realize the potential of their cutting-edge research, promoting the transition of their discoveries and ideas from the lab into real-life benefits.
CRG offers a variety of cutting-edge avenues for collaboration. TBDO is committed to working with industry partners and investors for the progression of CRG research into benefits for society. Our team facilitates this translation by fostering relationships that bridge the gap between early stage technologies and commercialization.
CRG is a globally recognized leader in knowledge creation. TBDO nurtures this fertile environment by providing its community with the knowledge, support and networking opportunities needed to develop an entrepreneurial mindset to make social impact.
05/05/201712:00MARIE CURIEPRBB-CRG SessionsRicardo MacarrónEMTM, PhD, VP of Target and Pathway Validation, Target Sciences, GlaxoSmithKline- R&D, USA“Targets and leads: the complex world of drug discovery. Science in innovative companies: this is not the dark side”Host: Juan Valcárcel (CRG) and Pablo Cironi (CRG)
25/04/201711:00R_473.10_AULATBDO SessionsRyan Timothy GillSlade Professor, Chemical and Biological Engineering. CSO, Muse Biotech"Impact in nontraditional manners: An academics journey through the startup world"Host: Cironi López, PabloAbstract:Abstract: Woud you rather change the world through a ground breaking scientific insight or through a new technology that changes the way people lived? A nature paper or a PCR machine? Creating 1000 jobs or educating 1000 students? These questions do not have to have mutually exclusive answers — in many centers of innovation faculty, leaders, and students are doing both, and doing them exceptionally well. In fact, in some cases it is expected that faculty will devote a certain amount of their to...