University of Pittsburgh Announces Patents Issued in July 2017

August 16, 2017   The University of Pittsburgh reported that Pitt Innovators were awarded six patents in July 2017. Featured Patent US 9,694,061 "Fully Human Antibodies to High Molecular Weight Melanoma Associated Antigen and Uses Thereof" Soldano Ferrone, former Professor of Immunology, Surgery and Pathology, developed methods of using human…

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Three Pitt Discoveries Awarded Chancellor Innovation Commercialization Funds

A potential treatment for preventing fibrosis following a heart attack and for inhibiting the cell signaling that triggers cancer metastasis; a technology platform to prevent the buildup of biological materials, or foulants, on surfaces such as medical implants; and novel biological and chemical sensors based on carbon nanomaterials, have been…

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Pitt’s Malandro Tapped for Leadership Role at Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

Marc Malandro arrived at Pitt 13 years ago from California eager to recapture the thrill of launching promising university research from the lab and into the world where it can have an impact on people’s lives.  Having helped usher in a new way of thinking about innovation and commercialization at…

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Pitt Innovators Post Record Year for Invention Disclosures, Patents & Startups

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