Texas Health CoLab
Texas Health CoLab at Dell Medical School is a hub for product innovation and entrepreneurship. It supports a wide range of innovators including clinicians, researchers, entrepreneurs, executives, investors, faculty, staff and students. Programs provide resources for innovators interested in commercializing an invention, launching a company or collaborating with industry partners.
Texas Health Catalyst
Texas Health Catalyst supports researchers and inventors in accelerating the translation of innovations to health products.
Hosted in collaboration with the Cockrell School of Engineering, College of Natural SciencesCollege of Natural Sciences, College of Pharmacy and Office of Technology Commercialization at The University of Texas at Austin, Texas Health Catalyst aims to:
- Identify promising innovations, from devices to treatments to initiatives in digital health, diagnostics and imaging that have the potential to improve the value of care;
- Offer customized guidance from industry and clinical experts to help translate innovative concepts toward the clinic; and
- Provide milestone-based seed funding for exceptional projects that fit with strategic priorities of Dell Med and have the potential to improve clinical outcomes, reduce costs and/or enhance the experience of patients, families, caregivers and health care providers.
WorkSpaces @ Texas Health CoLab
The WorkSpaces @ Texas Health CoLab are co-location spaces in the Health Discovery Building at Dell Med that brings together world-class research and technology capabilities and people passionate about improving health through multi-disciplinary collaboration.
The Texas Health CoLab team accepts WorkSpaces applicants from around the world and provides non-dilutive support to innovative companies that target health care challenges of interest to Dell Med.
Texas Health CoLab Learning Series
The Texas HealthCoLab Learning Series offers classes, seminars and immersive workshops that are open to all Texas Health CoLab participants as well as the general public.
The series covers major trends in health care like precision medicine, digital health, big data and artificial intelligence. Events feature subject matter experts from a variety of fields, including product development, venture capital, privacy and data issues, and regulatory and patent law.