A briefing session on third round solicitation for TR Initiative Promotion Fund will be held from 4pm on Monday March 16. The session will be held in the 1F reception room located in Ward A of The University of Tokyo Hospital.
We will introduce the latest information on the TR Initiative's activities and collaborations with our corporate partners, including new systems and details on the Research Mapping program. Please join us if you are interested in learning more about the TR Inititiave. To register, apply via the TR Initiative website by March 10. (The Research Mapping program is scheduled to commence operation from the beginning of the next fiscal year.)
On January 19, 2015, the TR Initiative and the U.K. Medical Research Council Technology (MRCT) concluded a memorandum of understanding on joint research.
Accordingly, UTokyo SEEDS research into antibody preparations and small molecule drug products will be adopted as MRCT drug development projects. MRCT's advanced research capabilities will help accelerate the translational research process and provide faster results to corporate partners, etc. MRC Technology is the technology transfer division of the UK Medical Research Council. MRC Technology is a technology transfer organization that helps bridge the gap between basic research and commercial application, with the goal of ensuring that innovative life science research reaches its full potential.”
To FacultySEEDS research registrations in the Research Mapping system can now be input in succession.
We ask UTokyo researchers to register their research projects in the system.
The 5th University of Tokyo Translational Research Initiative (TRI) Symposium, held on Monday January 19, 2015, was attended by 220 participants. Thank you to everyone who took part. Photos of the event can be viewed here
5th Translational Research Initiative, The University of Tokyo (TRI) Symposium to be held on Monday January 19, 2015.
Registration opens November 25.
University of Tokyo and Pfizer Inc. (U.S.) conclude strategic partnership agreement for joint drug discovery research.
New Research Mapping System scheduled to commence operation during FY2014. To UTokyo researchers: In the lead-up to the start of Research Mapping, we are conducting a web-based survey of lecturers from mid-October to the end of December. Details will be posted on this page―your cooperation is appreciated.
5th Translational Research Initiative, The University of Tokyo (TRI) Symposium scheduled to be held early next year.