Boot Camp Application
The UNeMed Tech Transfer Boot Camp is a short program that emphasizes technology commercialization in a university environment. The program is designed as a technology transfer short course that introduces the tools required to assess the commercialization potential of university-based biomedical innovations, and develop marketing strategies for those innovations.

The five-day program will be 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., beginning Monday, Aug. 12. Anyone at UNMC or UNO is encouraged to apply and participate free of charge. Those not affiliated with UNMC or UNO are also welcome, but will be charged $200 upon acceptance. All graduate students and postdocs who apply must have a research adviser that is supportive of the time commitment away from the lab and the alternative career interests.

Admission is based on the strength of the application, including: academic accomplishments, career interests and enthusiasm for technology innovation and commercialization. Complete applications will be accepted until July 29, 2019. Applications will be reviewed in the order they are received until all spaces are filled. Selected participants will be expected to accept or reject the fellowship within three days of their offer.

A complete application includes:
1. An updated CV or resume (submit to unemed@unmc.edu)
2. A letter of support from academic adviser, if necessary (submit to unemed@unmc.edu)
3. This completed form

Last Name *
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First Name *
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Phone *
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Email *
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Job Title *
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Are now a student, staff or faculty member at the University of Nebraska? *
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Adviser Name
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Describe your career goals, and how the UNeMed Boot Camp can help achieve them. (Limit: 1,000 characters)
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In your own words, what do you think is the purpose of tech transfer? (Limit: 1,000 characters)
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Why should you be selected above other similarly qualified applicants interested in tech transfer? (Limit: 1,000 characters)
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