COULTER TRANSLATIONAL PARTNERSHIP

The Coulter Translational Partnership promotes the translation of innovative research through successful collaboration between engineers and clinicians, supporting promising technologies.

The Coulter Translational Partnership at the University of Louisville promotes the translation of innovative research through successful collaboration between engineers and clinicians, supporting promising technologies.

The Coulter Translational Partnership funds promising projects in order to move innovative technologies to clinical application through commercialization. For more information on available resources, see the FAQ page.

The ultimate goal of this partnership is to concentrate on outcomes which will accelerate the introduction of new technologies to improve the treatment and diagnosis of disease or reduce healthcare costs.

The prestigious Coulter Translational Partnership Award places UofL in the "Sweet 16" of American institutions for translational research.

      • University of Louisville
      • Boston University
      • Case Western Reserve University
      • Drexel University
      • Duke University
      • Georgia Tech/Emory University
      • Stanford University
      • University of Michigan
      • University of Virginia
      • University of Washington
      • Columbia University
      • Johns Hopkins University
      • University of Missouri
      • University of Pittsburgh
      • University of Southern California
      • University of Miami 
“We would not have been able to do this without the Coulter funding ($223,000).”
Dr. Ayman El-Baz, UofL researcher and Coulter participant