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CGC/MGC/MolMed valorisation workshop Rotterdam


Technology transfer: how to protect and utilise your scientific discovery


Thursday 18 May 2006, Erasmus MC Rotterdam, Room Be 4.25/4.56 (J.N.I., 4
th

floor)


9.00
-
9.30

Registration & coffee


9.30
-
9.4
5

Introduction


Prof.dr. Frank Grosveld, Chair Graduate School Medical Genetics Centre


9.45
-
10.30

“Introduction to patent law”

Dr.
Nikki Rethmeier
, Netherlands Industrial Property Office
(Octrooicentrum Nederland)


10.30
-
10.45

Coffee break


10.45
-
11.30


B
iotechnology patents


Dr. Nikki
Rethmeier
, Netherlands Industrial Property Office
(Octrooicentrum Nederland)


11.30
-
12.15

"Starting a biotech company in the Netherlands, a mixed blessing"

Prof.dr. Rene Bernards, Netherlands Cancer Institute & Agendia BV,
A
msterdam


12.15
-
13.00

Lunch
(also in Room Be 4.25/4.56)


13.00
-
13.30

“Role of IP in a start
-
up: learning by doing”

Dr. Gerwin Puppels, Centre for Optical Diagnosis and Therapy (CODT)
/Dept. General Surgery Erasmus MC & River Diagnostics BV, Rotterdam


13.
30
-
14.15

“Tech transfer in practice: how to valorize your finding”

Dr. John de Koning, Semaia Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences Partners


14.15
-
14.45

‘Valorisation in Erasmus MC: challenges and regulations”

Steef Blok, head Technology Transfer Dept. Erasmus

MC


14.45
-
15.00

Coffee break;
walk to Computerroom 3, 3
rd

floor (high rise, behind coffee corner)


15.00
-
16.30

Computerroom 3, 3
rd

floor:
“Patents and international patent databases”

Introduction and practical workshop by Ing.
Dik van Harte,

Netherlands
Industrial Property Office (Octrooicentrum Nederland)


16.30
-
17.00

Drinks
(again in Room Be 4.25/4.56)


To register, go to
http://www.molecularmedicine.nl/courses/courses.asp


For more in
formation contact Frank van Vliet
f.vanvliet@erasmusmc.nl


or Annelies Speksnijder
a.speksnijder@med.uu.nl