Technology portfolios

  • Vanderbilt Medical Device Pipeline

    The Medical Device Pipeline highlights medical device technologies currently in the pipeline for commercialization at Vanderbilt University. These range from robotic prosthetics to image-guided surgery, biomedical photonics, to surgical tools. This Pipeline has more than 100 technologies in 12 categories from 40 research groups. The Pipeline also lists Vanderbilt's core research capabilities in the Medical Device area.

  • Vanderbilt Biomedical Photonics Technology Portfolio

    The biomedical photonics portfolio is a collection ten technologies currently under development at Vanderbilt.

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  • Vanderbilt Vaccine Center Antibody Pipeline

    The Vanderbilt Vaccine Center Antibody Pipeline lists fully human antibodies by target disease, availability by field, and stage of development.  Links to scientific publications are also included.

     

  • Vanderbilt Small Molecule Therapeutics & Companion Diagnostics Pipeline

    The Small Molecule Therapeutics & Companion Diagnostics Pipeline is a catalog of more than 60 small molecule therapeutics, 35 biologics and 7 biomarkers currently in Vanderbilt's pipeline. 

  • Vanderbilt Biologics Pipeline

    The Biologics Pipeline is a catalog of 35 Vaccines, Human Antibodies, Murine Antibodies and Peptides currently in Vanderbilt's Biologics pipeline.  

  • Vanderbilt Research Tools Catalog

    The Research Tools Catalog is a listing of research tools developed at Vanderbilt and currently available for licensing. The catalog includes animal models, peptides and proteins, antibodies, cell lines, buffers and solutions, plasmids, and more.

     

     

  • Vanderbilt Green Technologies

    A collection of Vanderbilt research that explores renewable energy, energy efficiency, and environmentally beneficial technology. Some of these technologies are in early R&D phases while others have entered prototype validation. All have the common goal of environmental preservation and efficient generation and use of energy.