Mayo Clinic and UW-Eau Claire entered into an agreement to work together on research projects that advance patient health outcomes and provide clinicians, faculty and students with research opportunities. Funds for this collaboration are overseen by the Research Innovation Council, comprised equally of UW-Eau Claire and Mayo Clinic personnel.
Mayo Clinic/UW- Eau Claire partners may apply for support for a research project that will, in the short-term or long-term, advance patient health outcomes. Applicants may request support as needed to accomplish the project.
UW-Eau Claire faculty or staff in collaboration with a Mayo Clinic partner are eligible to apply. Student researcher collaboration is encouraged.
Applicants are encouraged to consult the RPO FAQ 2021 and to seek input on their application from firstname.lastname@example.org. UW-Eau Claire applicants are encouraged to consult with ORSP for advice on budgeting and other matters, and must share their RPO and budget with ORSP for review and routing to secure institutional approvals.
UW-Eau Claire has designated WiSys for the management and commercialization of intellectual property developed under the Mayo Clinic/UW-Eau Claire partnership. Therefore, all Project Intellectual Property* from Mayo Clinic/UW-Eau Claire joint projects must be disclosed and assigned to WiSys.
*Project Intellectual Property generally means all inventions, copyrightable material, trade secrets, data, computer software/apps, materials, know-how and any other type of intellectual property conceived, reduced to practice, created or made in the performance of projects funded.
For projects funded through the Mayo Clinic/UW-Eau Claire partnership, a WiSys Regional Associate will assist faculty, staff, and students with preparing disclosures and assuring compliance with Award Terms & Conditions.*
*Per WiSys’ Revenue Share Policy, Inventors are entitled to 20% of any Net Revenues realized from the commercialization of Project Intellectual Property.
Deadline for Application
The Research Innovation Council meets monthly and projects will be reviewed at the next Council meeting with room on the agenda once the RPO is submitted.
*RIC is working on revising the proposal submission and evaluation process and will be temporarily halting the review of RPOs. Faculty/staff investigators are encouraged to consult with Jose Rico (email@example.com) and Jeremy Miner (firstname.lastname@example.org) to continue with project development/refinement in the meantime.*
Publications that result from projects supported by this program should include the following acknowledgement in submitted manuscripts: “We would like to thank Mayo Clinic Health System – Northwest Wisconsin Region, Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire for their support.”