ACT is the exclusive licensee to this issued patent that was initially filed by the University of Louisville Research Foundation.
What does ULRF stand for?
ULRF stands for University of Louisville Research Foundation
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Utilizing its groundbreaking business arrangement with the James Graham Brown Cancer Center (Brown Cancer Center) and the University of Louisville Research Foundation, ACT will establish exclusive rights to specific novel therapeutics and fast-track these leading edge discoveries to the pharmaceutical industry, and ultimately the patients who need them.
About the University of Louisville Research Foundation The Mission of the Office of the Executive Vice President for Research is to promote and support research, scholarship, and creative activities; to assist faculty and staff in obtaining intramural and extramural support; to serve as an advocate for the value of research in an educational setting; to enhance the vitality of campus-based research; and to encourage its use to enrich education, enhance technology transfer and serve the community.