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Incubation Programs
Incubation programs which provide funds, facilities, know-how, and opportunities for commercialization to universities and venture companies with promising seeds.

Company-sponsored Programs

The program is primarily designed to provide funding and mentoring to academia and venture companies, while Shonan iPark provides the opportunity to utilize its facilities and community.

Japan Innovation Bloom GRANT CALL 2022

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Call Period:May 12, 2022 - July 31, 2022

Open to: Companies or academia established and existing in Japan

Area of focus: Renal Cell Carcinoma, Cell Therapy for Oncology, Neuroscience, and Oncology

Awardees Announcement:December 2022

Organizer/Sponsor:Shonan Health Innovation Park, Johnson & Johnson Innovation, Janssen Research & Development LLC., Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, Ltd.

Research Incubation Program

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Call Period: June 1, 2022 to July 31, 2022

Open to: Companies or academia established and existing in Australia or South Korea

Area of focus: Neuroscience

Awardees Announcement: December 2022

Co-host: Shonan Health Innovation Park and Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, Ltd.

iPark Crowdfunding

We support fund procurement through crowdfunding, and we provide research facilities, opportunities to interact with residents and members (including mentoring by companies) to project executors who achieved their fundraising goal.

 

Project #01 

Ended (Target amount reached)

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Cancer treatment with few side effects by developing technology to deliver drugs to abnormal mitochondria

Implementation period: March 2, 2020 to May 31, 2020

Challenger: Dr. Yuma Yamada (Hokkaido University Graduate School, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences)

Project #02 

Ended (Target amount reached)

Development of "liquid liver" for patients with phenylketonuria to enjoy their meals

Implementation period: September 1, 2020 to November 30, 2020

Challenger: Dr. Nobuhiko Kojima (Yokohama City University Graduate School of Nanobioscience)