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Queen’s Market-Focused Research Program (Health-Focus)

The Market-Focused Research (MFR) program is designed for faculty members, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students conducting healthcare-related research..

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The Market-Focused Research (MFR) program is designed for faculty members, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students conducting healthcare-related research. The program emphasizes understanding the needs/wants of the market early in the research project so that the commercialization potential of the research outcome is improved. Participants will learn skills related to market/technology assessment, design thinking, intellectual property, communication, and strategies/considerations for technology commercialization. Expected outcomes include more successful grant applications, increased potential for partnerships with industry, increased awareness of Queen’s University research, an increased understanding of intellectual property and commercialization considerations. Participants will also become familiar with QPI’s commercialization services.

Website: https://www.queensu.ca/partnershipsandinnovation/workshops-events/Market-Focused-Research-Series

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All Applicable Stages

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Programs and Services
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Free Resources

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Coaching, Strategy and Mentorship
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Research & Development
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Legal, Licensing & IP

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Queen's University

Eligibility Criteria

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Student or Youth Entrepreneurs

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