The purpose of the University-Industry Demonstration Partnership (UIDP) is to enhance the value of collaborative partnerships between university and industry in the United States.
UIDP is an organization of universities and companies who seek to build a stronger relationship between these parties. UIDP provides a unique forum for university and industry representatives to meet and discuss operational and strategic issues such as contracting, intellectual property, and compliance matters. These conversations might otherwise never take place, and they serve to help university representatives better understand the culture and constraints of their industry counterparts, and vice versa. This initiative is supported by the Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable (GUIRR). Learn more about UIDP
UIDP Releases Principled Partnerships: Unlocking and Speeding Innovation
The term “Principled Partnerships” was coined by the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) as a more descriptive alternative to "financial conflict of interest." These FAQs were developed with the intention of framing the issue so that partners, the public and other interested parties have a clear understanding of why university-industry research partnerships are crucial and how potential financial conflicts can be effectively addressed and managed.
This Quick Guide can be downloaded in the Publications section of uidp.org. Any feedback or comments on this publication can be sent to email@example.com.
A special thank you to all UIDP member representatives who contributed to this effort.
UIDP Quarterly Project Update Webinar - December 11, 2pm ET
Members who were unable to attend the webinar can request a copy of the presentation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
UIDP member the University of Nebraska-Lincoln talks about the importance of industry partnerships and the value of UIDP membership