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Partner With Us
The new Innovation and Research Park is key to connecting and solidifying the region's already-powerful bioscience and healthcare community. Not only will the IRP further advance our game-changing research and its ability to be translated into therapeutics and diagnostics, this thriving bioscience community will bring significant economic development to Lake County. In other words, the lives of people in Lake County and around the country and world will be transformed in multiple ways.
We invite you to be an integral part of what’s next — for Lake County, Rosalind Franklin University and, most importantly, the future of health care.
Become a Partner or Collaborator
From intellectual property, to research collaborations, to space in the new building and leveraging the equipment and talent at the Innovation and Research Park, there are a range of options for business development partnership. For more information, please contact Connie M. Cleary, DPM, Director of Innovation & Industry Relations.
Support Innovation and Research
Help our researchers deliver the benefits of their medical discoveries to the world. From curing Usher’s disease and advancing new approaches to brain repair, to developing innovative treatments for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and cancer, your gift will drive innovation, help promising startups reach their potential, and improve the lives of those suffering from debilitating diseases. For more information, please contact Chad Ruback, Vice President for Institutional Advancement.
Industry Space Needs
32,000 sf available for industry partners of wet and dry labs with access to shared conference rooms, cafe/lounge, autoclaves, parking and fitness center. For more information, please contact Michael S. Rosen, Consultant for Science Park Development, or Jonathan Metzl, Managing Director, Cushman and Wakefield.