The Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship has a new facility on the Washington University Medical Campus.
The new space, located in the Taylor Avenue Building, will be used for meetings and events to better serve Medical School constituents with entrepreneurial needs.
This space is an addition to the Skandalaris Center’s co-working space on the Danforth Campus. “While the co-working space is excellent for serving Danforth Campus-based students, faculty, and staff, it is not a convenient trek for those on the Medical Campus,” says Emre Toker, the Managing Director of the Skandalaris Center.
“The new facility is another way that exhibits Washington University’s investment in commercializing the world-class medical research being conducted here,” says Toker.
The next LEAP Inventor Challenge workshops will be held at the new facility on Tuesday, February 7th. Washington University faculty, postdoc, staff and graduate student teams with translational research and inventions are welcome to attend.