Bringing Discoveries to Commercialization

Indiana University School of Medicine


The Indiana University School of Medicine is a large research and education center that offers diverse scientific and clinical research expertise and capabilities.

ICBI companies founded by IUSM faculty have access to basic science and clinical expertize of the faculty and the core research facilities at the campus on a fee for service bases.

ReSEARCHConnect at IUSM enables researchers to identify areas of research, subject matter experts, publications, funding opportunities, and potential collaborators within the IUSM community. A list of all IUSM departments, centers, and institutes, as well as their research focus and associated faculty, can be found in the ReSEARCH Connect database.

Industry Collaboration Portal (ICP)


Industry Collaboration Portal catalyzes academic-industry partnerships and entrepreneurship by leveraging innovations, unique capabilities and synergies of Industry and IUSM.

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The searchable ICP database provides access to IUSM investigators their areas of research and expertise.

Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI)


The CTSI is a collaborative medical research initiative led by Indiana University, Purdue University, and the University of Notre Dame to implement new programs to accelerate translational research, train new translational researchers, interact with community health-care professionals and the public, build research resources and technologies, support Indiana University’s patient clinical trials, and leverage Hoosier resources with health care, business, government, and foundation partnerships.


IU Health


Indiana University Health ( IU Health) is Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system. A unique partnership with Indiana University School of Medicine enables patients access for clinical trials onnew therapies.


Indian University Research Technology Corporation (IURTC)

IURTC manages University’s intellectual property (IP) by helping innovators and potential licensees better understand the policies and the processes whereby IP can become an actual product or service.