Lecture: Translation of Research Results for Human Use

26. 6. 10:30 - 14:45, 2018
room 211, building A35
Prof. Martin Fusek, Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the CAS

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Biography

Professor Martin Fusek graduated from UCT in Organic synthesis in 1983 and received a PhD at IOCB in Biochemistry in 1988. After postdoctoral stays in USA and Germany, he decided to change career and worked for companies Sigma-Aldrich and Merck. In 2007 he returned to IOCB and started to develop a new structure for tech transfer. In 2009, he became CEO of the IOCB TTO company, which provides services in the tech transfer area for the IOCB. Besides his commercial activities, he has lectured at the UCT since 1995 and has been awarded title professor in the field of Biochemistry. He is vice chair of the Research Board of the Technology
Agency of the Czech Republic, and member of several commercialization boards. At the IOCB he also serves as a vice-director for strategic development.

 

 

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