November 12 - Psych Grand Rounds

Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Grand Rounds 2021-2022

November 12, 2021 | 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. EST

Mark Semler, and Troy Huth, JD PhD, Zucker Institute for Applied Neuroscience 

ZIAN and FRD: An Introduction

Watch on-demand for CME Credit

Watch on-demand for APA  and General CEU Credit

Join us as we host Mark Semler and Troy Huth as they introduce the Zucker Institute for Applied Neuroscience (ZIAN) and the Foundation for Research and Development (FRD). It has often been asked why the pace of innovation in medicine can be so slow and how it could be accelerated when there are obstacles to innovation in both academia and industry. Physicians, who are involved with patient care every day, often have ideas for new technology, but most abandon these ideas because they do not have the time or support to carry them forward. In contrast, industry has the engineering and product design know-how as well as the business expertise needed to bring a technology into the clinic, but that technology is often less than ideal because it is designed with little input from front-line clinicians.

The Zucker Institute for Applied Neuroscience was founded in 2012 and brings the worlds of medicine and engineering together to speed the translation of technological innovation into the clinic. ZIAN taps into the creativity of clinicians and provides them access to the expertise in engineering, intellectual property and business development skills needed to develop their ideas into viable products

The Foundation for Research Development promotes, encourages and aids in the generation of intellectual property by the faculty, staff and students at MUSC and to provide or support the evaluation, management, and commercialization of such intellectual property to ensure the intellectual property will provide a benefit to the public. FRD promotes and supports private and public sponsored scientific and other scholarly research projects and to develop and manage the intellectual property resulting therefrom and works to advance the awareness and knowledge of the faculty, staff and students at MUSC in topics related to intellectual property, technology development, entrepreneurship and technology transfer.


The Medical University of South Carolina designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1.0 Credit(s)™. At the completion of the
presentation, attendees will be:
1. Introduced the group to ZIAN (Zucker Institute for Applied Neuroscience) 
2. Introduced to FRD (Foundation for Research and Development)
3. Understand the resources available at MUSC

 

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Supporting Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Psychiatry Grand Rounds are coordinated by the Department's Office of Continuing Education, Community and Alumni Relations and hosted free of charge to attendees. Grand Rounds are an opportunity to share knowledge and are part of the tradition of a medical school and a teaching hospital. Through philanthropic support of the Psych Grand Rounds Lecture Series, we are ensuring the future of medical education at MUSC and maintaining a valuable health care asset for our community. Join us and make a gift to Friends of Mental Health today.