Clemson, Prisma Health joint innovation fund names 3 grant recipients

Andrea Park - Print  | 

Clemson (S.C.) University and Greenville, S.C.-based Prisma Health announced on Dec. 2 the first Clemson-Prisma research team beneficiaries of the organizations' healthcare-focused Innovation Maturation Fund.

Prisma's Health Sciences Center and Clemson's Division of Research launched the investment fund in July, with a goal of accelerating collaborative healthcare innovation in South Carolina. The fund will allot up to $200,000 in grants each year.

The three inaugural Innovation Maturation Fund grants range from $20,000 to $35,000, and each project is led by researchers from both Clemson and Prisma. The projects are:

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