GRU Research Strengths
Technologies available for licensing at Georgia Regents University reflect the focus of our research efforts as directed by our Senior Vice President of Research.
Clinical and translational research programs at GRU focus on three key areas that disproportionately affect the health of Georgians:
- Cardiometabolic disease
- Neurological disease including stroke
We are also developing three emerging areas of research strength:
- Regenerative and reparative medicine
- Personalized medicine and genomics
- Public and preventive health
Note that many technologies do not fall into these specific categories, since we have active research underway in 11 colleges within the university. The best way to search or browse our technologies is to use our "SEARCH TECHNOLOGIES" button. If you don't see what you want, please contact the Office of Innovation Commercialization to see what is "in the works" or what key faculty may be a great collaborator for you.
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