Partners

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CLP often engages with departments, schools and programs within Northwestern University and beyond to stimulate interdisciplinary research across the interfaces of life science, engineering and physical sciences and community outreach.  We also partner with members of the Chicago-region innovation ecosystem and wider investment communities to accelerate translation of breakthrough treatments, devices and diagnostic technologies spun out of CLP. 

Following provides a list of organizations and institutions that partner with CLP:

Institutes, Centers and Offices

Center for Reproductive Science
Center for Synthetic Biology
Center for Regenerative Medicine
Office of Corporate Engagement
Feinberg Cardiovascular and Renal Research Institute
Integrated Molecular Structure Education and Research Center (IMSERC)
Innovation and New Ventures Office (INVO)
Lou and Jean Malnati Brain Tumor Institute
NUANCE
Office for Research
Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center

Feinberg School of Medicine

Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Cell and Molecular Biology Medicine
Medicine-Division of Infectious Diseases
Medicine-Nephrology and Hypertension
Medicine-Pulmonary and Critical Care
Neurological Surgery
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Pharmacology
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Surgery Transplant Surgery
Urology

McCormick School of Engineering

Biomedical Engineering
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics
Materials Science & Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Weinberg School of Arts and Sciences

Chemistry
Molecular Biosciences
Neurobiology
Physics and Astronomy

External Partners

Argonne National Laboratory
Chicago Biomedical Consortium
National Cancer Institute
National Institutes of Health
National Science Foundation
Oppenheimer & Company

In March, 2019 CLP partnered with Oppenheimer & Co. on ‘Biotech by the Big Lake,’ an investor conference that highlighted the translational research of six innovative and entrepreneurial CLP faculty members. A panel of biotech investors and the heads of six major biotech/ pharmaceutical companies – all led by Northwestern alumni – also participated in the program.  More than 100 people attended and many new connections were made.