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EFF Lecture Series - Daniel Chiu

REGISTER NOW for Daniel Chiu’s lecture, ”What’s the Value of an Idea?”
Daniel will share his recent experience and lessons learned as a scientist seeking to fund his commercialization project by negotiating a partnership with corporate investors.

EFF Lecture Series - Daniel Chiu

Daniel Chiu
Professor, Chemistry

DEC 14 | 4:00 5:30 pm
New Ventures Facility (3rd Floor) at Fluke Hall (Map)

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Format: 30-min presentation, then
15-min Q&A. Happy hour to follow.


Daniel T. Chiu is the A. Bruce Montgomery Professor of Chemistry, Endowed Professor of Analytical Chemistry, and Professor of Bioengineering. Chiu is a member of the Center for Nanotechnology and the Neurobiology and Behavior Program. He is also a member of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s Cancer Consortium. Daniel’s research activity is focused on the development of new tools that combine ultrasensitive laser-based detection and manipulation methodologies with micro- and nano-fabrication techniques for interfacing with biological systems at the nanometer scale, and on applying these new techniques for addressing biological problems and towards understanding biological complexity. Daniel played a part in founding MiCareo, which currently is developing a device to detect and isolate circulating tumor cells in blood.

The UW Presidential Entrepreneurial Faculty Fellows Lecture Series is designed to inspire UW researchers to pursue commercialization of their innovations by showcasing UW Faculty who have succeeded in translating their research into products and therapies, initiated groundbreaking programs for translation, or established model collaborations with industry.

Center for Commercialization
University of Washington
Phone (206) 543-0905

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