News & Events
Stay up to date with various events, conferences and meetings that the George Washington University (GW) Technology Commercialization Office (TCO) team participates in. These platforms enable the TCO to foster relationships with potential industry partners ranging from individual entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 corporations.
Former GW TCO intern, Dr. Catherina Caballero-George, hosts a three day technology commercialization workshop in Panama on behalf of the Instituto de Investigaciones Científicas y Servicios de Alta Tecnología (INDICASAT-AIP) to train Panamanian researchers and government officials on bringing new innovations to the marketplace. Over 300 participants were in attendance. Four speakers, including TCO Managing Director, Steve Kubisen, with expertise in private industry, academia, federal labs and intellectual property presented on various topics related to technology commercialization.
NCET2 2016 University Startups Demo Day, Washington, DC
Sept 20, 2016
Nanochon, LLC, a GW startup, was ranked by the National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer (NCET2) among the “Best University Startups of 2016” and selected to present to local congressman for NCET2’s inaugural University Startups Demo Day.
The event is designed to raise awareness in Congress of the pivotal role that universities play in the formation of high potential startups, the creation of high value jobs across the country, and overall national competitiveness.
GW to Host National Capital Area Chapter of SoPE Event
Sept 30, 2015
The TCO and the School of Medicine and Health Sciences will host the National Capital Area Chapter of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs' (SoPE). Medical technology companies are faced with increased challenges in determining precisely how new technologies fit into today's coding, coverage and payment environment.
The panel provides perspectives from reimbursement consultants with decades of experience helping clients develop and implement strategies to address barriers to reimbursement. Additionally, the panel will include insights from start-up digital health, medical devices and established biotech company perspective. Register for the event!
Global 1000, Washington D.C.
March 10-13, 2015
Managing Director Steve Kubisen, was a panelist on Angel Panel, highlighting new models in delivering innovation to corporations.
2015 Wharton Innovation Summit, Washington, D.C.
March 28-29, 2015
Managing Director Steve Kubisen, participated in a panel describing the new Foggy Bottom Accelerator, which will convene government, academic, and industry experts for improved solutions for federal healthcare IT.
Drs. Chawla, Miller and Kubisen of GW participated in a panel discussing new models for BioPharma commercialization from universities.
Licensing Executive Society Spring Meeting, La Jolla, CA
May 12-14, 2015
Managing Director Steve Kubisen, participated in a panel describing new roles for technology transfer offices in commercialization success in advanced science and technology.
TechConnect Innovation Conference, Washington, D.C.
June 15-17, 2015
TCO Managing Director Steve Kubisen chaired a panel of industry and university experts sharing new medical device commecializations.
The 4th annual Innovation Competition will be held on April 12, 2017 and will showcase promising and impactful GW research with commercial potential.