Innomedyx, one of the companies I co-founded, establishes the Clinical Innovation Center at the Polytechnic University of Valencia
Innomedyx (Twitter, LinkedIn, FaceBook), a company I’m a co-founder of, has established the Clinical Innovation Center at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain), the best BioTechnology University in Spain according to Spanish newspaper El Mundo.
The Dean of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV), Francisco Mora, and the general director of Innomedyx Knowledge in Action, Rosa Valenzuela, signed a partnership agreement that formalizes the chair of Clinical Innovation company on July 1st.
This initiative, which will have an initial duration of two years, will drive the study in the biomedical field for clinical application in genomics and personalized medicine. It will also assist in the design and delivery of continuing education programs, organize seminars for technological dissemination and cooperate in research projects. Eventually it will also provide predoctoral and postdoctoral fellowships, final thesis project awards, seminars and workshops for students.
The Clinical Innovation Center will be part of the Molecular Recognition and Technological Development Center (IDM), a joint unit between the UPV and the University of Valencia whose director is Professor, Department of Chemistry and head of the IDM, Ramon Martinez.
Great job, Rosa!
La UPV e Innomedyx crean la Cátedra Innovación Clínica http://t.co/8U3bqTMS7L
— UPV (@UPV) July 3, 2014