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Webinar: How Researchers Can Get Science Done Faster Using an R&D Services Marketplace

February 6, 2019 : 12:00pm - 1:00pm PDT

Online Webinar – RVSP to receive link

Join this webinar to learn how the Science Exchange R&D Services Marketplace can empower researchers to outsource experiments and attract collaborators. Success stories will show how scientists in diverse research areas have used Science Exchange to save time and gain early access to innovation.

Event Details

Speaker: Dr. Zev Wisotsky is a Senior Scientist and R&D Specialist at Science Exchange, where he assists researchers in connecting with the right R&D providers for their experiments and alerts his clients to newly available technologies. Dr. Wisotsky earned his PhD in neuroscience investigating taste detection using fruit fly and mosquito models at UC Riverside. He then completed postdoctoral research at Stanford studying the role of brain regions involved in fear memory and addiction through optogenetic silencing of different brain circuits. Overview:  Science Exchange is an open marketplace for scientific research that breaks down barriers to collaboration and innovation. The platform makes it easy for researchers to access more than 6,000 services from a network of over 2,500 qualified research providers. In this webinar, you will learn how researchers can use Science Exchange to access new technologies, get competitive quotes for specific projects, and order from any service provider under a single, pre-established contract. The presentation will also include examples of successful projects and collaborations, initiated on the Science Exchange platform, that have accelerated breakthrough. 

Contact Information

For questions, please contact&nbsp;<a href="">Katja Reuter</a>&nbsp;or&nbsp;<a href="">NamQuyen Le</a>.

NIH Funding Acknowledgment: Important - All publications resulting from the utilization of SC CTSI resources are required to credit the SC CTSI grant by including the NIH funding acknowledgment and must comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.