MUSC works with privately funded accelerator to develop and market neuroscience technology

The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and its Foundation for Research Development (FRD) have found a unique partner to help expedite the transfer of the university’s neuroscience research into the commercial marketplace in the Zucker Institute for Applied Neurosciences (ZIAN), a privately funded nonprofit agency built to expedite breakthroughs in neurological treatment technologies. A top medical research university, MUSC is home to faculty, students and staff who are engaged in constant research on innovations in a variety of cores in health-care technology, treatment and protocols. While it is a separate 501c3 corporation, the MUSC Foundation for Research Development works closely with MUSC to help get the university’s research efforts much-needed funding and to help get the technology innovations developed at the university into the hands of commercial entities that…


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