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We give Pitt Innovators the opportunity to consult with legal and early-stage investor professionals at no cost. These 30 minute…Learn More
Fourth Gear program offers an opportunity for early-stage small businesses in the region to obtain hands-on guidance and mentorship, taking…Learn More
The Pitt Ventures First Gear program helps shape Pitt inventions originating from University research from early-stage discoveries into products and…Learn More
Global Entrepreneurship Week started with an idea in 2008. What if there was a global…Learn More
Come to our kickoff event for the 2018-19 academic year where you will meet our staff and entrepreneurs in residence…Learn More
Most financing options require a solid business plan. Learn all you need to know about operational and production planning, conducting…Learn More
September 24, 2019 Overview of Startup Legal Issues CMU, Gates Hillman Center, Room 4405 5:00-7 p.m. In this session…Learn More
Thinking of starting a small business? Begin exploring the size of your market and what marketing tools you’ll need to…Learn More
Cumulative startups since inception
Innovators at the University of Pittsburgh were issued seven U.S. patents in August 2019.
Pitt innovators were issued 9 U.S. patents in July 2019, including one for a novel compound for reducing inflammatory response in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a progressive fibrotic lung disease.
Oncorus, which licensed technology developed in the lab of Pitt professor Joseph Glorioso, said it raised the Series B round with the goal of beginning trials early in 2020 for its oncolytic virus therapy targeting lung and other cancers.
A Pittsburgh-based start-up company, Rehat LLC (dba NOCTEM; www.noctemhealth.com), was selected for a competitive $1.33M award by Medical Technology Consortium Enterprise (MTEC).