This informal seminar series provides SSOE faculty with useful information or resources to improve implementation, management, funding or translation of their research programs. Topics will cover a wide variety of areas under this general theme, and suggestions for new topics are more than welcome (and should be sent to the Associate Dean for Research's office at
All lectures will be in Benedum 102 from 12:00 - 1:00 pm. Registration is required for lunch.
Join Cynthia Sweet, Associate Vice Chancellor and Brian Vidic, Director of Partnerships to learn more about the Office of Economic Partnerships at the University of Pittsburgh!
Stop back for more details!
P. Taylor, PhD, MBA, CLP
Vice Chancellor, Health Sciences Translation
Professor, Biomedical Informatics
Director, sciVelo, Innovation Institute
Center for Commercial Applications of Healthcare Data
"Intercalating academic entrepreneurship into graduate student scholarship"
The graduate student experience can be enriched by providing
academic entrepreneurship mentorship and infrastructure. sciVelo, a University
of Pittsburgh program dedicated to advancing research toward market-oriented
solutions, provides this mentorship and architecture to support the expanding
needs of graduate students to become proficient on both science and the
application of science. This discussion will provide an overview on sciVelo’s
translational research programs, how we support and mentor graduate students,
and ways you can involve your graduate students in this experience.
**Please check back often for new details about upcoming sessions!
If you would like to cancel an existing registration or if you have any special dietary needs, please notify
Melissa M. Penkrot