A guide that serves as a quick reference for any MUSC faculty, staff, students, employees, or visitors interested in the translation of their research into commercial products and/or services.
Assist faculty and staff with the administrative process involved with obtaining and conducting extramurally funded programs.
Learn more about doing research at MUSC, internal and external funding opportunities and support services for the MUSC researcher.
SCTR institute is a catalyst for changing the culture of biomedical research, facilitating sharing of resources and expertise, and streamlining research-related processes to bring about large-scale, change in the clinical and translational research efforts in South Carolina.
ZIAN is a non-profit entity built to serve the interests of patients with neurological disorders with a mission to “apply scientific and clinical discovery to concrete neuroscience problems and develop technological advancements that will make a difference in patients’ lives”
FRD internal and local resources to help faculty research getting a start-up launched successfully
Patent, Trademark & Copyright Resources
Search for issued patents and published patent applications.
Search for issued patents and published patent applications on google
Learn about general information regarding patents provided by the USPTO
A guide to help determine how to properly use trademarks.
Learn about general information regarding trademarks provided by the USPTO.
Learn about copyright basics from the United States Copyright Office.
Learn answers to FAQ for the United States Copyright Office.
Resources from SCTR that provide information for internal and external funding opportunities.
The Office of Research Development funding list for internal funding opportunities.
A funding portal at MUSC to help investigators local project funds.
A list providing by ORD for current internal, government and private foundation funding opportunities.
H. Hutchison, PLLC's Founder's Handbook is intended to be a general guide to key legal an select business issues involved in starting a company to develop technology generated at a university.