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Feb 20, 2013 (4 years and 8 months ago)

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Biodesign at ASU



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Design Imperatives


ASU Must Embrace its Cultural, Socioeconomic,
and Physical Setting


ASU Must Become a Force, and

Not Only a Place


ASU as Entrepreneur


Pasteur’s Principle


A Focus on the Individual


Intellectual Fusion


Social Embeddedness


Global Engagement

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bio
.
de
.
sign:

the creative linkage of

fundamental science and technology

based solutions to confront specific

human challenges.

Arizona Biodesign Institute

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To advance innovations
improving quality of life through
use
-
inspired, biosystems research
and effective, multidisciplinary
partnerships.

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Collaboration


Communication


Integration


Use
-
inspired


Translation


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Pasteur’s Quadrant

Research Inspired
by a Quest for
Fundamental
Understanding

Research is not
Inspired by a
Quest for
Fundamental
Understanding

Research not Inspired by
Considerations of Use

Research Inspired by
Considerations of Use

I.

IV.

III.

II.

Pure Basic

Research

Use Inspired

Basic

Research

Purely

Applied

Research

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Biotechnology

Nanotechnology

Information
Technology

Biologics &

Pharmaceuticals


Neural Interface &

Rehabilitation Therapies


Nano
-
scale

Biosystems & Devices

Genomics &

Bioinformatics

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Institute Director George Poste

Leading Scientist


DVM and Ph.D. Virology


> 350 publications


Fellow of the Royal Society


Honorary Doctorate in Science

CTO and President R&D

SmithKline Beecham


Brought 29 drugs to market


Introduced genomics as discovery tool

to pharmaceutical industry

Policy Expert


NAS working group on non
-
proliferation of Bioweapons


Chair DoD Task Force on Bioterrrorism


Honorary Doctorate in Law

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Research & Design Centers


Focused on defined problems of
major importance


Networked to multiple departments,
colleges, and external institutions


Structured to be flexible and
adaptive


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Production of Vaccines
from Applied Crop
Science

Charles Arntzen, Director



Protein and Peptide
Pharmaceuticals

Colleen Brophy, Director

Biologics and Pharmaceuticals

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Bio
-
Optical Nanotechnologies


Neal Woodbury, Director


Single Molecule Biophysics


Stuart Lindsay, Director


Applied NanoBioscience


Frederic Zenhausern, Director

Nano
-
scale Biosystems

and Devices

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Neural Interface and

Brain Control


Jiping He, Director


Rehabilitation Neuroscience/

Rehabilitation Engineering


James Abbas, Ranu Jung,


Directors

Neural Interface and

Rehabilitation Therapies

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Evolutionary Functional


Genomics


Sudhir Kumar, Director




Experimental Genomics


Jeff Touchman, Director

Genomics and Bioinformatics

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Phase 1
-

170,000 sq. ft.



State
-
of
-
the
-
art
: research only; for
biosciences, IT, nanotech labs



Communication & Collaborative
: open
architecture, shared interdisciplinary labs



Flexible
: reconfigurable project
-
based
space



Serve as a Hub:

prime location, access

Arizona Biodesign Institute

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Phase I
-

170,000 sq. ft.

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Phase I

Phase II

Phase III

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ASU School of Life Sciences


Biology


Microbiology


Plant Biology


Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program


Molecular Biosciences/Biotechnology
Program

Expanding
:
75
-
100 faculty over the next 5 years

Enhancing Intellectual Fusion
:
Reorganizing
for agility and creating a more horizontally
integrated structure

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ASU School of Life Sciences

Laboratories and Facilities


DNA Laboratory


Goldwater Environmental Laboratory


W.M. Keck BioImaging Laboratory


Electron Microscopy Facility


ASU Lichen Herbarium


Vascular Plant Herbarium

Research Support


Life Sciences Computer Support Cluster


Life Sciences Visualization Lab

Outreach


Ask a Biologist


Ecology Explorers

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NSF IGERT

in Musculoskeletal and Neural
Adaptation in Form and Function


13 co
-
investigators


BME, Physics, Anthropology, Exercise
Science, Math, Bio


SSERC, PRISM, Institute of Human
Origins


In partnership with Barrows
Neurological Institute, Good
Samaritan Medical Center,
Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale
Medical Imaging

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NSF IGERT
in Optical BioMolecular Devices

Bio
-

molecular

Devices

Biomedical

Technology

Light

Activated

Processes

Molecular

Machines

Novel

Materials

Molecular

Electronics

Invention and engineering of new materials, processes and devices

Biomimetics

Cellular and molecular

biology

Biology of light
-
mediated

processes

Light
-
interactive

materials

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CAP LTER is one of only 2 urban
sites in NSF’s network of 24 LTER
sites


60 faculty members, 90 grad
students, 15 postdocs, 67 under
-
grads, 85 K
-
12 teachers, and over
40 community partners are
engaged in this research


Original $4.2 million in funding has
been leveraged to $18.5 million


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ASU Center for the Study of Law,

Science & Technology

Executive Director: Gary Marchant, Ph.D
.


Oldest and largest academic center in the
nation studying the law’s interaction with
science and technology


Established in 1984


17 Faculty Fellows with expertise in law,
science and technology


focus on legal and policy issues relating to
genomic technologies, intellectual property,
privacy, bioethics, GM foods, digital copyright,

e
-
commerce, antitrust, environmental
regulation, public health, forensic sciences,
scientific evidence, nanotechnology,
telecommunications, human behavior, and
family law.

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Bioscience &
Biotechnolo
gy

(301)

Nanoscience
&
Technology

(301)

Information
Science &
Technology

(301)

Manufacturing

(301)

Environment

Earth / Space
Science

Social
Science &
Public Policy

Humanities

Arts

Education

(301)

Arizona Biodesign Institute


Rapidly
Urbanizing
Regions /
Environments


International
Digital Library


Arts, Media &
Engineering
(AME)

CRESMET

School of Life
Sciences

Institute for
Comp/Info
S&E

Astrobiology

Health and
Disability
Policy

Competitive
Grants
Program

Bio
-
engineering


Wireless Nanotechnology Center (WINTECH)

Bio
-
geochemistry

American
Indian Health
Initiative

Law, Science
& Technology

Stress/

Neuro
-
endrocrine

Nano
-
electronics

Embedded
Systems
(CEINT)

Supply Chain
Integration

Planetary

Missions

Prevention
Intervention

ITAC

Homeland Security Institute

Morrison
Institute

Religion and
Conflict

Museum Project

Animal Care


CSSER /
CSSS

Super
-
computer

Research Investment Strategy

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Technopolis


Entrepreneurial education


Product development assistance


Business infrastructure development and
management assistance


Proof
-
of
-
concept capital formation


Revenue development assistance

Mission: Encourage innovation in Greater Phoenix

by
providing local entrepreneurs with the entrepreneurial
education

and hands
-
on business development
assistance necessary to convert their ideas into
commercially viable businesses.

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Arizona Technology Enterprises

Arizona
Technology
Enterprises,
LLC

Utilize Industry
specific
consultants &
brokers

General
solicitations to
market players

Create
University based
start
-
ups

Leverage clients of VC
funds, investment
banks & lawfirms

Leverage Industry
relationships

Contingency
-
based
Outlicensing

firms

Technology
bundling with
other
institutions

Partner with
Corporate
spinouts

Utilize Web
-
based
IP Exchanges
(Yetz.com)

Utilize University

website