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Open house For Spring Courses in Advanced Studies in Technology Transfer

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January 12 / 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM EST
01/12/17 4:00 PM 01/12/17 6:30 PM America/New_York Open house For Spring Courses in Advanced Studies in Technology Transfer Join us on January 12th from 4–6:30pm pm for an open house for the spring courses in the “Advanced Studies in Technology Transfer” program at the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences (FAES) Graduate School at NIH in the FAES Academic Center in NIH Building 10. United States

Join us on January 12th from 4-6:30pm pm for an open house for the spring courses in the “Advanced Studies in Technology Transfer” program at the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences (FAES) Graduate School at NIH in the FAES Academic Center in NIH Building 10. For the semester beginning on Monday, January 30th  there will be 12 courses available for the program:

•          TECH 508 – Regulatory Affairs and FDA Regulation

•          TECH 512 – Global Bioethics

•          TECH 513 -- Introduction to Technology Transfer

•          TECH 528 – Preclinical Evaluation of Novel Drugs and Beyond -- NEW

•          TECH 565 – Biomedical Business Development for Scientists – NEW AT NCI FREDERICK

•          TECH 566 – Building a Biotechnology Company:  Learn First-Hand From Industry Experts

•          TECH 572 – Marketing Strategies for Scientific Organizations

•          TECH 582 – Intellectual Property and Patent Prosecution for Scientists

•          TECH 583 – Patent Research for Non-Legal Practitioners

•          TECH 584 – Translational Medical Product Development

•          TECH 607 -- Capstone Course in Technology Transfer

•          PHAR 511 – Current Concepts in Pharmacology and Therapeutics

More details can be found in the new 2016-17 course catalog (www.faes.org).  Online registration for classes is now open. The Advanced Studies in Technology Transfer is an open enrollment program with class credits transferable into various graduate degree programs at the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Graduate School and the Johns Hopkins University Center for Biotechnology Education.