Brown University is an Ivy League research university in Providence, Rhode Island, that has expertise in areas of interest to a wide array of partners and investors. Vice President for Research, David Savitz, who is a member of the National Academy of Sciences Institute of Medicine, leads the university research mission. Researchers at Brown are highly collaborative and multi-disciplinary in their approach, and welcome engagement with researchers and investors around the world.
Here is a sample of Brown’s outstanding research conducted by groups engaged in:
• Translational neuroscience, human-machine interface, and the use of technology to restore brain function at the Brown Institute for Brain Science, School of Engineering, School of Medicine, and Brown’s affiliated hospitals;
• Mathematical and computational methods in evidence-based medicine, addiction, environmental epidemiology, and gerontology at the School of Public Health; and
• Materials science, biomedical engineering (biomechanics, neuroengineering, regenerative medicine, and tissue engineering), and chemical engineering at the School of Engineering.
To investigate opportunities for collaboration and partnerships at Brown University and its affiliated hospitals, contact the Technology Ventures Office at 401-863-7499 or by email at TVO_patents@brown.edu.
Brown University is committed to educating leaders who will transform their fields, and offers graduate programs and opportunities for advanced training through its Graduate School, and the Schools of Engineering, Medicine, and Public Health.
Brown offers an Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership program for executives and others in positions of influence in biotech, pharma, healthcare systems, hospitals, government and non-profit agencies, insurance, legal and regulatory settings, and clinicians and patient advocates. This intensive program of online and on-campus learning means these executives can continue working while learning from an outstanding faculty and a highly accomplished cohort and earning this graduate degree. Members of the Class of 2015 have on average 18 years of experience in diverse health sectors, and hold titles as CEO, COO, CFO, Associate Dean, physician, nurse manager, and other senior positions.
For information about the Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership program, see www.brown.edu/ce/executive/healthcare-leadership/