The Joint Centre for Technology and Development (JointCTeD) is a collaborative commercialisation centre launched in 2017. It provides innovation and entrepreneurship oversight and resources across the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre (AMC). JointCTeD identifies commercialisation opportunities, creates commercialisation pathways, and provides access to funding and development resources for selected health and biomedical technologies within the AMC. It aims to create clinical and economic impact through the commercialisation of research innovation.
A collaboration between Duke-NUS’ Centre for Technology and Development (CTeD) and the SingHealth Intellectual Property Office (SHIP), innovators and collaborators can become involved in JointCTeD through either of its component offices.