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Tim Tripp, Office of University Economic Development- University of Minnesota- Twin Cities
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Office of University Economic Development- University of Minnesota- Twin Cities
Assistant Director
230 McNamara Alumni Center
Minneapolis
Minnesota
55346  United States
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6126246758 (Phone)
  MBA, MS
  Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Planning, Workforce development
  Tim is the Assistant Director of the University of Minnesota Office of University Economic Development (UED). Housed in the Office of the Vice President for Research UED works to strengthen ties between the University, industry and community partners through access to research, expertise, training and resources.
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  Tim Tripp is the Assistant Director of the Office of University Economic Development (UED) at the University of Minnesota. At UED Tim works to bridge the gap between the University and commercial organizations and foster positive interactions and partnering between higher education and industry. Previous to UED he was the Director of the Biotechnology Resource Center (BRC), the Assistant Director of the Biotechnology Institute (BTI). In the BRC he provided contract biotechnology and fermentation services to industry and academia. In the BTI he was part of the top administration of a world class research institute in biotechnology.

Prior to the University of Minnesota Tim was the Vice President of Corporate Development, Scientist and Program Manager at a start-up vaccine research and development company located in St. Paul, MN. Here, Tim managed a multi-million dollar Department of Defense contract developing biodefense vaccines. In addition, Tim has worked for various private and publicly traded pharmaceutical/medical device manufacturers providing product, and process development for drugs and devices for human use and as a consultant to life science based industries. Before this he gained experience in a gram positive pathogenesis research laboratory where he developed expertise in infectious disease models, molecular biology, and microbiology. He has co-authored multiple peer reviewed journal articles and presented internationally on various aspects of staphylococcus, streptococcus and enterococcus pathogenesis.

Tim received a BS in microbiology, an MS in microbial pathogenesis from the University of Minnesota and an MBA from the Carlson School of Management.
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