Re: SRA 2005 Symposium Awards Mary Watson 26 Oct 2005 09:19 EST

Dear Colleagues

I need a bit of help.

I have just received a note from one of our chemist/researchers on campus as

 We have submitted a compound for testing at National Cancer Institute (it
is a novel compound).  They will test against approximately 60 diseases
(from cancers to Alzheimer's) in test tubes.  The first step.   Tom

Dear Prof
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What should be the role of the Intellectual Property Committee in this - is
there a role?  I am at a loss as to what to do - if anything!

Your guidance will be greatly appreciated.  You can respond directly to me
if you so choose at  Thanks.


Mary H. Watson, Ph.D
Grants and Contracts
Valdosta State University
Valdosta, Georgia  31698

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